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Eh vad är det tänker du nu? Erkänn att snusk är först upp på listan? Men icke, det syftar på puckeln på veckan, för efter onsdagen går det ju neråt, mot helgen.
Pinnträskade lite igår och hittade en bok som verkar bra. En bokversion av en romantisk komedi ungefär. Undrar varför denna inte har blivit en film? Det skulle ju vara ungefär som The Notebook. En vacker historia om en man som lovar sin fru när de gifter sig att skriva ett brev till henne varje vecka. ( En sån man finns väl inte på riktigt, eller?) 39 år senare dör paret i varandras armar (kan det bli mer romantiskt?) och deras vuxna barn hittar alla dessa brev, som innehåller skratt, tårar, kärlek och en stor hemlighet.
Tror att det här kan vara bra jullovsläsning!
Jag hittade den på Adlibris, men den verkar dock inte finnas översatt till svenska än.
Hump Day is something I have just recently discovered (Thank you Pinterest) and it sounded very special, shall we say? However, I soon understood it had nothing to do with sex but referred to the fact that after Wednesday it’s a down-hill slope towards the weekend.
Mind you, it could be a lot about sex. If you and the hubby or misses would want it to. Perhaps an idea to write into the diary for a busy and somewhat tired couple with small children?
I found something else on Pinterest, a book which seems very good. It was the red cover and the word Wednesday that first intrigued me and when I read about the book I felt this could the perfect book to cuddle up with during the Christmas holiday.
The surprise New York Times bestseller, from an author who delivers “American storytelling at its best.”
The story of marriage, family, and forgiveness that has become not just a bestseller but an instant classic.
Their story begins with one letter on their wedding night, a letter from the groom, promising to write his bride every week—for as long they both shall live.
Thirty-nine years later, Jack and Laurel Cooper die in each other’s arms. And when their grown children return to the family B&B to arrange the funeral, they discover thousands of letters.
The letters they read tell of surprising joys and sorrows. They also hint at a shocking family secret—and ultimately force the children to confront a life-changing moment of truth . . .
Well, they do make it sound like a good read!
A bit like The Notebook, and who doesn’t like that story?
But seriously, guys like that, they don’t really exist do they? I mean I would love for the hubby to do something like that for me, but since he is a typical guy he thinks talking is overrated. Doesn’t love me less but just doesn’t see the point either and sometimes (quite often) feels I chatter away at an abnormal speed and far too much.
So I guess this book offers a perfect world to flee into whenever the need for an out-of-this-world-romance gets the better of me.
Has anyone read this book and can give me a review?