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April 06, 2009

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Amy M.

What a beautiful country! I would someday like to visit England. Hope you have a great week!

brandie

beautiful photos! i hope to visit England someday, and these photos are making it wish it were soon! on books...i just finished incredibly loud and extremely close. it was amazing.

beth

"everyone is beautiful" I just finished and it WAS FABULOUS !!!!

Rebecca Sebasky

Well, I am new to your blog and am finding it very inspirational (so thank you)...I am reading the David Shannon books to my kids and I actually as cliche as it is...am reading "Eat Pray Love" and I really am loving it. It definitely makes me want to take a trip to Indonesia....peace.

Melissa

can i say the typical answer of "twilight" after my three younger sister (18, 20 and 23) tried to get me to read these books i resisted for soooo long i finally buckled and i think i read all four books within a month. which doesnt seem that quick but i have 2 kids and worked 115 hours over three weeks.

i have also finished reading brenard cromwell who write awesome king arthur types books which is set in england....haha

glad to see such amazing photos of your holidays

melissa .. OZZIE

Teresa Cassimatis

Love the photos Emily, it brought back some wonderful memories. I can't believe this weeks question... I have JUST finished "Pillars of the Earth" and on finishing stated it was "the best book I have ever read".... it was a marathon but and I've just found out there is a sequel..Yoo Hoo! Thanks for the wonderful weekly inspiration
Teresa XX

Bina :)

easy: TWILIGHT! ahahah!
Miss you :)

CarenCrops

Easy..."Water for Elephants"....my daughter recommended it and once I started I just couldn't put it down. Written by Sara Gruen.

kate

Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver...wonderful wonderful.
Also, eat-pray-love is beautiful.
xo
kate in wisconsin...

Hebe Baker

welcome to sunny england emily! loved twilight books, also The 19th Wife and The reader - both a bit controversial though. Enjoy Devon and sorry theres no cadburys shops nearby (make sure you try a curly wurly, a creme egg and a wispa during your stay - you'll see!)

Michelle Stoots

I have read two great books.....
The Thirteenth Tale and the Book Thief. Both excellent, both different.
England is amazing esp the countryside and I LOVED clotted cream on pretty much anything!!

quirkygirlx3

I'm getting ready to finish Edith Wharton's The Age of Innocence. Loving it!!! Then it's on to Water for Elephants. Curly Wurly is good, but my favorite English Candy is a lovely fruit covered in sugar concoction called Fruit Pastilles made by Roundtree. It's like crack in a candy form. Eat some for me, please.

Callie

Broken Open... loved it, and a very quick read. Also really got me thinking about my viewpoints and question myself of what I really want!

AprilHaymore

Yummy Photos!!!
2 books I have loved....
The Shack by Paul Young.
A Great and Terrible Beauty which is the first book of a 3 part series
by Libba Bray. The other two are fun reads as well!

Sherri

Got mine done!!

I posted it on my blog. Check it out if you have time!

Sherri

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