Sunday, November 16, 2014

It's Monday! Pharm Test on Friday!

My second Pharmacology test, which is the first of my menagerie of "end of the semester tests and stuff" mentioned last week, is this Friday. It's over heart and athsma drugs! So pumped (pun totally intended). ;)
In other news, I sold my 3 ½ month old piglet. While he was fun to have around, he was draining my time too much and there was stuff coming up where I wouldn't be around to take care of him so it was best for both of us to part ways. The picture though is a quick collage I pulled together just to see how he had grown in the time I had him. When I got him he was a half starved couple week old piglet but by the time he left he was quite the porky chap. :)
So reading... actually I've been doing pretty well with it this week. No books finished but I'm almost done with two that I'm reading.

Finished Reading this Week

  • None

Currently Reading

  • Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper
  • Prayer  by John Bunyan
  • Death Comes to Pemberly by P.D. James

Coming Soon

  • Here I stand: The Life of Martin Luther by Roland Bainton
  • The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo

Reviews Posted This Week

P.S. Don't forget about signing up for my Re-Reading Challenge and my Birthday Month Reading Challenge.

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  1. Nice to see your thoughts on King Solomon's Mines- I've always been partial to the lost world stories and so would probably like this one. I may have to look for it... I like that it appears to be just a solid adventure story with an old world sensibility.

  2. Good luck with your exams!

    Have a great week,
    Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

  3. Good luck with your tests! Looks like you're reading some great books right now, I'll have to check them out!

  4. What a cute piglet! And what other name could he possibly have but Wilbur? :) Have a great week, and blessings on your test!

  5. gave up on Cooper, but Hugo is one of my favorite authors, plus I was born in the same city as him!!

    1. Yeah... Cooper is pretty tedious... he has some beautiful writing but he breaks a lot of the rules. I liked Les Miserables though and I'm looking forward to reading Hunchback of Notre Dame soon. :)

  6. Dear Lois, I am new to your blog and it looks like a place where I will find good book reviews. I am also a Christian and we seem to have similar taste in books. I may join the Victorian book challenge as well. The PBS show, Death Comes to Pemberly, was wonderful. Did you see it?

    1. Thank you! I haven't seen the PBS show yet because I wanted to wait to read the book. My Dad has it on the DVR all ready for me to watch though when I'm done. :)


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