Hey It's Okay Tuesday

Playing along with Airing My Dirty Laundry

she . . . got this idea from Glamour magazine. They have a section called Hey, It’s Okay and will list a bunch of things to be okay about. You're welcome to join in and do something like this on your blog. Doesn't have to be on a Tuesday either. Just make sure you link up (with her at Airing My Dirty Laundry) and that the post you link up is a Hey, It's Okay Post.


I bought a second bathing suit for our beach trip, even though I barely wear the one I have.

To have emailed a random dentist/doctor I found on the internet, who occasionally drops in to the local college health office because there is no one else in this area that works on TMJ. He did call and email me back!! Very happy and hoping that we can figure out why my teeth are so sore they jiggle in their sockets when I walk.

Thinking my kitties are THE CUTEST kitties ever!! Every time I look at them I just wanna squeeze them til their eyes pop out. Thankfully (for them) I have self control.

To be trying to figure out what I want to be when I grow up . . . .  for the second time, that is when I turn 50-ish and maybe don't want to be doing what I am doing now. Plan ahead, even if it is a couple decades away.

To use Facebook to check in on all the magazines that I love to read, but rarely ever buy.

Top 3 Books You MUST Read

In no particular order -
ROOM by Emma Donahue - This was a fabulous book. I watched it walk out the door each day. We literally kept running out of stock. It was on the bestsellers list for months. I kept hearing people say, "OH You have to read this!" I kept thinking, I will probably just not like that book. (I am so fd up sometimes lol) When I finally sat down and read this, I was so disappointed in myself for not reading it soon. It was that good! My favorite part of the book was the differences between the mom's point of view knowing the outside world, but being stuck in this one room and the son who only knows this one room and being scared to imagine anything else. Amazing!!

A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness - so good I may read it again. And I NEVER reread books. It was a wonderful novel that took the everyday and made it extraordinary. It spoke to my intellectual side while pleasing the light summer reader too. And there's two more books in the series!

Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern - A very different type of fiction book that incorporates the mystical with the fantasy while intertwined with a star crossed love story.

YOUR TURN - Tell me your top 3 books!!