Quick book plug

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by bobg, 9 Apr 2008.

  1. bobg

    bobg Über Member

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    Came back from a ride this morning, had a shower and picked up a book called A Redbird Christmas by Fannie Flagg. In an age of "stress worry and hurry hurry , this is the antidote if you want a nice feel good read where everything turns out perfectly in the end... I believe I felt my eye watering at one stage ... still always was a softy. She also wrote Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe which was turned into a film. read it and make yourself happy!!
    BTW Just to share an odd moment .... while tootling along in the sunshine on my bike yesterday I watched a big old bee coming towards me and I thought ... how lovely ... spring. As is my habit when riding, my mouth was hanging open in a Forest Gumpy kinda way .................................. and the xxxx thing flew straight into my mouth. Not recommended ... luckily I didn't swallow and he /she didn't sting :smile: but not an ideal high energy snack.....
     
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    bobg

    bobg Über Member

    Location:
    Crosby Merseyside
    Sorry didnt see the "what are you reading thread":blush:
     
  3. As long as it gave you a bit of a buzz Bob... :biggrin:
     
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    bobg Über Member

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    I knew someone wouldn't be able to resist ... I did wonder if it was going along minding its own business thinking ahh Spring, those daft sods on bikes are out etc... then posted a message on its Beechat site... sorry its the tablets.
     
  5. The title on the bee chat thread probably went along the lines of...

    "Kids, I shrunk the Honey..."

    night night bees everywhere, and humans too.:biggrin:
     
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    bobg Über Member

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    Yoe sent me some of your tablets and I'll send you some of mine:thumbsup:
     
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