I spent yesterday moving my oldest son into a new apartment. Too hot, too many steps, and my legs were shot but they have such a nice place now. Their boxes of books were sure heavy but I'm delighted that both of them love to read so much. Last year when they moved into their first apartment, I was mortified and I've spent the entire year worrying about them. Why doesn't anyone tell you before you have children that you will never stop worrying about them?
Am I the last person to hear about the new series ABC has coming this fall called "Once Upon A Time?" Here's the synopsis:
"The series is loosely inspired by the classic fairy tale stories except set in the present day, hence the series name. The stories hold a key to the mystery that will draw a bail bonds collector and the son that she gave up for adoption 10 years earlier to a New England town called Storybrooke, Maine. This town is actually a parallel world in which fairy tale characters look like normal people and don't remember their true identities or anything about their true lives."I think this fairy tale fan has just discovered a t.v. show that really will be "must-see" t.v. You won't mind if every Fairy Tale Friday is just a recap of this week's episode, will you?
I'm starting The Autobiography of Mrs. Tom Thumb this week by Melanie Benjamin. I've been looking forward to this one since hearing Benjamin talk about it last fall at the Omaha Lit Fest. What are you reading this week?