Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Wishcasting Wednesday--Read

I've been gone for quite a long while, I know.  It's a long story, and maybe when I have more energy I'll share it.  But my mother was/is sick, so I had an emergency trip to Mayo Clinic in Minnesota (with a much better outcome than we thought we could have--yay!).  Then I've been sick for the entire first part of April... There's just been no time, energy, focus, interest for blogging.

But I am feeling a bit better, and life is starting to smooth out, so I'm back.  And what better way to dive back in than with Wishcasting Wednesday?  This week, Jamie asks us, "What do you wish to read?"

I have about a million books, give or take a few thousand, on my wishlist, and right now I'm not sure that any of them have more weight than the others.  So instead I'm going to take this in a silly direction, because after the past six weeks I so much need some silly!  So here's what I wish to read:

Tea leaves


Clouds

Tarot Cards

Palms
Birds in Flight

Thanks for keeping my spot warm for me while I was gone.  See you all soon!

7 comments:

Ellie Di said...

What a beautiful and interesting take on today's question! I love the little pictures for each one of your wishes. I'd like to learn more about reading each one of those, myself.

As you wish for yourself, so I wish for you, also.

Lucy Ladham-Dyment said...

What a dif. wish. As you wish for yourself, so I wish for you also.

Sara Rae said...

I love the creative twist in your answer. As you wish for yourself, I wish for you also.

Paula - Buenos Aires said...

Good to see you again Kim! Hope everything is looking up now.
As Kim wishes for herself, so I wish for her also.

mtnmermaid said...

I love your silly, fun approach Kim! And I'm glad to hear life is smoothing out.

I have so much I want to read, too...including lots of blogs...that I haven't pushed through the overwhelm to answer this wish. I just got to last week's wish on Monday, so I'm sure I'll get to it in my time.

Be well & happy spring! Lisa

Her Speak said...

A beautiful interpretation. :)

As Kim wishes for her whimsical self, so I joyfully wish also.~*

Much Joy,
Molly

Karen D said...

What a great way to add a twist to reading, love it.
I hope you are feelign 100% soon adn that your Mom is doing well.
As you wish for yourself, so I wish for you also.

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