Tuesday, May 19, 2009

BLOGGING: It's Tuesday, Where Are You?


We enjoyed a Victoria Day long weekend, so today is like Monday here in Canada. The weather on the east coast was lovely on Friday and Saturday and then rainy Sunday and Monday. We were outside on Saturday around the yard enjoying the sun and then luckily we had planned a trip for the last two days to Crystal Palace in Moncton, an indoor amusement park. Lovely weekend all around.

In reading, I am in Cleveland, Ohio with Morris Bird III. Heartland America during the 1944. (The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread by Don Robertson)
I am also learning about the Tipping Point in culture. As a child who was the first generation to grow up with Sesame Street, I am looking forward to that chapter. (TheTipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell)

Where is reading taking you today? Leave a comment, write a post, spread the word.

25 comments:

Beth F said...

Sounds like a great holiday.

I'm in New York City here.

Mo said...

Glad you enjoyed your holiday!

My reading adventures are in Long Island this week...

Happy Tuesday, everybody.

Staci said...

Here's where I am:

http://lifeinthethumb.blogspot.com/2009/05/teaser-tuesdays-and-its-tuesdaywhere_19.html

Margot said...

Good morning. My teaser is at:

http://joyfullyretired.com/2009/05/19/

Kylee said...

Here's my post, teasing about where I am.

fleurfisher said...

Now that sounds wonderful! I am sailing home from the Arctic. More details here.

tea said...

I'm in the middle of the ocean headed to the Middle Passage. The ship left from New Orleans. Of course, I wanted to stay in New Orleans. My link is here.

http://ilovelovebooks.blogspot.com

Nise' said...

I'm here.

jupitersinclair said...

I love that chapter in The Tipping Point! The whole book was fascinating.

I'm about to do where I am on my blog.Has been ages since I've done it :)

gautami tripathy said...

Sounds good to me.

Here is my post

Whitney said...

Happy Tuesday! I'm here:
http://bookwormwhit.livejournal.com/103160.html

Red lady-Bonnie said...

Oooh..You're in my neck of the woods. I wasn't born yet though!

My Adventure is
HERE.

Carrie K. said...

I'm in two different places and time periods: http://booksandmovies.colvilleblogger.com/2009/05/18/teaser-tuesdays-and-its-tuesday-where-are-you-may-19-2009/

Terri said...

Your reads sound very interesting!

You can find me here, off in a rather bleak future.

kaye said...

Your book does sound good, hope you enjoyed your holiday. I am here

katrina said...

In Australia, my life is falling apart as the woman I desired ended up sleeping with my dad, and my gf is still in love with her ex (A Fraction of a Whole)

Lori L said...

I loved The Greatest Thing since Sliced Bread!

Louise said...

I just picked up my first fiction book for months, and can say that I am in New Iberia and New Orleans with Dave Robicheaux. I am reading Heaven's Prisoners which is number two in the Dave Robicheaux series. So far so good.

And glad you enjoyed your holiday :o)

John Mutford said...

I'm at King William Island in Nunavut again. Seems like I've been there a lot lately.

I'm reading Dennis Richard Murphy's Darkness at the Stroke of Noon. It's set in the same place as Dan Simmons' The Terror, though this one is set in the present day, not the 1800s.

Ladybug said...

I'm in Spain here

Intergalatic Bookworm said...

I would like to join It's Tuesday, Where Are You? meme and what is Herding Cats?

Judy/Intergalatic Bookworm

http://intergalaticbookworm92.blogspot.com

Intergalatic Bookworm said...

I fogot to ask where did you get your catagory "cloud"?

Judy/Intergalatic Bookworm

Bybee said...

I'm so pleased that you're reading The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread.

I'm in post-colonial America, trying to figure out the best ways and places to build a saltworks.
"Salt" - Mark Kurlanksy

We're also working at an ad agency waiting with dread to see who will be the next to get laid off. Our boss has just gone into surgery for breast cancer.
"Then We Came To The End" - Joshua Ferris

Marg said...

I am travelling back and forwards in time between Cornwall and Australia, trying to figure out who I really am.

(The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton).

Suey said...

I'm hanging out at Fablehaven, but you know what? I kinda forget exactly where Fablehaven is located. Opps!