I wonder whether the threshold of Middle Age is when:
you think police officers look too young
you "tut tut" at the outfits girls wear to go clubbing
you still get up and dance the night away at parties but your knees regret it the next ...
Took a jaunt to the charity shop at lunchtime, a calm respite from the foul weather outside!
This is the haul -
Dona Flor & Her Two Husbands - magical realism set in Brazil
Blaze by Richard Bachman
Coastliners by Joanne Harris
A Lotus Grows in the Mud - autobiography by Goldie Hawn
No Country for Old Men by Cormac McCarthy
A Blunt ...
Never heard of them, but that sounds a good price. I've used Parcel Monkey before to send some bedside cabinets back to Lancashire, they weighed a ton. They charged me £10, collected and delivered on time, and I would happily recommend and use them again.
Vouchers whizzing their way to you today!
Fab! Looking forward to the new series. Have read a lot of the books too.
Gave the first episode a go, thought the chap who played the young boy was very good, but I've deleted the rest of the series, just too bleak for me!
Hello and welcome! Happy swapping and chatting.
I know it was a bit of a marmite book, but I loved it!
Me too Penny!
I love a clear out too, I'm quite disappointed I've nothing left to clear out to be honest. However, I might have a peek in the garage over the weekend, that's usually good value for money!
The Return of Captain John Emmett by Elizabeth Speller for me, atmospheric, touching, compelling, and one bit so completely heartfelt, I shed a tear.