Who says winter sucks?
Meanwhile, it's my day off and I'm about to hit the lab for another batch of of doggy treats, along with peanut butter chocolate chips for Poopyhead. Just as soon as I finish a round of dishes, wearing my Warehouse 13 gloves.
Until next post, have a groovy day and eat well.
|Bring on the next big snow storm. I'm ready.|
Will have to look it up?ReplyDelete
Lurker: This is the 6th book, aside from the movie book and the diary itself, of this series and it's just so funny.ReplyDelete
Love these books.
My dear friendReplyDelete
The more times than the bad translation I do not understand much.
But the humor you, I understand and I am happy:)
magda: Χρησιμοποιώ ένα μεταφραστή, όταν μιλάω μαζί σας και μερικές φορές δεν καταλαβαίνω ούτε. Αλλά κατανοώ τις φωτογραφίες σας και καλή ψυχή. Καλές διακοπές. Αγκαλιές.ReplyDelete
Diary of a wimpy kid is such a classic! brings back the grade school memories!ReplyDelete
I've not read any of them. However, I love a good book on a snowy day.ReplyDelete
p.s. I squish your head!
Chip: Brilliant stuff, I say.ReplyDelete
Pearl: I squish your head, back :-)
Not looking forward to snow, but I do like the excuse it gives me to stay at home!ReplyDelete
Who says we're only a kid once?ReplyDelete
Stacy: Thanks. I might read it during on of Hubby's gaming nights. Or ... just save it for that wonderful snow day.ReplyDelete
Alex: Best books. So much fun.
I'm sure daughter 3 and 4 would like the look of this book!ReplyDelete
Ray: It's a series. Go for book one, first. Great stuff. Congrats again on hitting your milestone hits.ReplyDelete
I'll look it up, thanks!!ReplyDelete
I could use another giant snow storm :)ReplyDelete
Ray: I just emailed you the link for Amazon UK. Not sure if your girls will like it, but I love the series. I heard about it from an eight year old, way back and she loved it as well.ReplyDelete
Kim: More storms, headed our way.
I've heard of it, but never read these books.ReplyDelete