Monday, August 28, 2006
This book was a very cheesy wannabe romance novel. It was a romance novel for the mormons. Where the author doesn't go into great detail of the loving that the man and woman have, which was fine by me. But it was pretty lame. The whole time I was reading it, which I read because I was in a reading stump and my mom had this lieing around, the whole time, I just kept thinking to myself, stuff like this doesn't really happen. You don't fall in love with your boss on the first day that you meet him, and have him fall in love with you and your two kids. And the dog just got annoying. Really, the only cool character in this book was the crazy aunt. Past this one up girls. It was a waste of ink.
Tuesday, August 8, 2006
I've always seen this book around, and thought "Huh? That's a weird title", and have always been a little bit interested in reading it, but never did until I saw it on the bookshelf of my teacher's classroom, so I figured now was the time to read it. It's really short, and get's right to the point. In a nutshell, since I don't have a lot of time to write this, it's about how to deal with change in life and at work. Basically, you've got to realize that change happens, and that you can't always control it, so you might as well move with it, face your fears, and in the end, you just might find your 'cheese' which is a metaphor for all of the things that we want, like a good job, or whatnot. It's short, doesn't take long to read, so I say that you should check it out. You just might learn something from it.