Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Raging at the Beach

I am on vacation this week. My choice of beach reading is Rage Against the Meshugenah, by another blogger Dan Evans. So far I am enjoying it. The vacation and the book.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

You have a wife and three kids on the beach, and YOU get to read a book!!!!!! Who is building sand castles, and jumping waves, and flying kites, and searching for unusual sea shells, and watching the sand crabs go back into the ocean? Who is telling SEA STORIES, and looking for the dolphins? Who is playing ball and having beach races? You are READING? You have all winter to do that!!!!

Anonymous said...

where is the beer? I see a spot for it.

maria from NJ said...

Notice he was only on the first page. I suspect this book thing didn't last long. That book is on my 'I want' list. Ejoy the vacay folks!

flatmargo said...

On my last vacation I sat down to read a book, which I was then interrupted no less than 1 time per page until I gave up on page 12. By that time, I couldn't even have told you what I had read so far.

Now I remember why I can't read books -- at least while everyone is awake!

Bogart in P Towne said...

It is not a vacation unless you get a tattoo...maybe a Batman on your other ankle?

Anonymous said...

You have a wide stance

Little Miss English Teacher said...

Interesting! Jen Lancaster ALSO mentioned this book ... guess I'll have to check it out for sure now.

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Theresa said...

At the beach and fully clothed? With a book? 16 days we vacationed, 4 books I brought along, not one page read. Lucky you.

Anonymous said...

Why did you take a picture of Dennis on the beach

JP said...

Indiana Jones on vacation....

Sandra said...

Hopefully those white legs won't burn too badly.