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I just re - read the Catcher in the Rye. Had to read it in high school. I loved it then, I love it even more now.

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Lady, it's one of my favorites as well.

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I loved To Kill a Mockingbird too. I'm glad it is still a requirement to read in school. I am currently reading another book on meditation.

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I am reading To Kill a Mockingbird again. The 11 year old had to read it fo school so I grabbed it when he finished. I do love this book.

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me too, as you know. Submitted partial memoirs to a contest. I don't even care if I'm a finalist, it's helping me finish something I started 10 years ago.

Still on Song of Susannah, and finding it the most enjoyable of the series.

Not sure what will be next. Recommendations? I cannot read drivel or fluff (and I don't consider King to be either...I'm talking Danielle Steele type fluff. I've tried, but eh, no.)

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I'm still on my same book. I am actually writing more than I am reading lately. I have started journaling again. It helps me get my thoughts in order, I really suck at verbalizing, I am better when writing.


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"Shipwreck at the Bottom of the World", by Jennifer Armstrong.

EXTRAORDINARY TRUE STORY

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Actually, section4(c)(ii) and (iii) referred me to The Adorable Cute Penguins Eating Chocolate Act of 2014.

Not to split hairs or anything.

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"section 4(c)(ii) and (iii)" which of course will refer you to some Social Security Act amendment, since I swear half of all laws written in this country are amendments to the Social Security Act, even though they have nothing to do with Social Security.

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The CFR is written by (for?) mental masochists. You'll be going along just fine until you hit one of those "except as provided in section 23 paragraph 2(b)" things, which in turn refers you to section 4(c)(ii) and (iii), which incorporates some other section. It's like you need to leave a trail of fucking breadcrumbs to find your way back out of the forest.

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