Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Quick note to Erin

Yes, I read fifteen books in October, but I didn't do much else. I certainly didn't stitch much.

I spent most of the month working on decreasing my antidepressant dose so that I could shift to a different drug (started the new one yesterday and so far I've got the queasiness side effect) so reading books was a good way to hide from reality but still pretend I was paying attention.

I suddenly got the urge to go back to stitching Alpine Seasons yesterday and so far I've finished the inner border for part 8 and started on the mountains outside it. If this continues I suspect my reading for November will be severely curtailed.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kerry glad to see you have your stitchin mojo back. Nothing like a good book to get you away from reality. Hope your new meds work for you. Hugs

Erin said...

Books are definitely an excellent escape from reality. I'm just jealous! LOL

Crazee4books said...

Hi Kerry, books are like small potals, allowing us to travel through each one of them to other worlds. To experience lives different from our own. Not to mention the amazing people that we meet in them. Truly a great way to escape from the sometimes harsh realities of our normal lives. Cheers Judy