Friday, February 8, 2008

I was tagged...

Natta tagged me to...




1. Pick up the nearest book (of at least 123 pages.)




2. Open the book to page 123.



3. Find the fifth sentence.



4. Post the next three sentences.



5. Tag five people.









"She hated having visitors in the house while her health was so indifferent, and lovers were of all people the most disagreeable. Such were the gentle murmurs of Mrs. Bennet, and they gave way only to the greater distress of Mr. Bingley's continued absence. Neither Jane nor Elizabeth were comfortable on this subject."













If you don't know what book this is...Well, I just don't know what to say...you should read more classics. :)














I will tag Stephanie, Krystal, Jake, and since I don't know who checks our blog, I will have to hope at least someone else does this and posts it in the comments...

5 comments:

stephanie said...

"Finding the sales amount that represents the 10 percent increase is simple, but expressing goals in other ways may make finding the solution more challenging. Rather than grow flower sales by 10 percent a year, Catherine might want to increase the sales so that flower sales represent 40 percent of the total sales for The Garden Company.
As an example, consider the following worksheet, which holds sales figures for the four categories of products offered by The Garden Company and uses those figures to calculate both total sales and the share each category has of that total." (Step by Step - Microsoft Excel Version 2002)

What can I say? I'm sitting at the computer desk and the only books nearby are computer related ones!

Jake said...

That was better than remembering how he had let Moraine get under his skin. He had not meant to let anyone learn his plans until the day the Aiel moved. She knew exactly how to manipulate his emotinos, how to make him say more than he wanted to.

Natalie said...

how did I know that would be the book you would have nearby?! tee hee.

Besther said...

YAY! thanks steph and jake...by the way jake, what book is that?

natta...hehe, yep! i just finished it again this week. it gets better everytime! what do you think about emma? is it your first read of it?

Natalie said...

well... it's my first read of it in its original form. i haven't gotten very far yet, not much time for reading these days... i read the script when we did the play at the school and of course i have seen the movie...

did you get my voicemails?