Lezlie, at Books 'N Border Collies, thinks she's going to catch me secretly reading Faulkner by tagging me for the ol' Bookworm Meme. (Tricky, isn't she?)
In the Bookworm Meme, one must grab the book that is sitting closest to them (no exceptions!), turn to page 56, and tell everyone what line 5 says.
As it turns out, she didn't catch me reading Faulkner.
It's much, much worse.
The closest book to me at this very moment is in fact The American Heritage Dictionary. No, I'm not kidding.
Why, you ask?
Because A Reader's Respite is trying to sludge our way through Dante's The Divine Comedy and about every third word we do not recognize.
We are beginning to suspect the American educational system cheated us.
I digress. Back to the meme....
Ironically, line 5 of page 56 in the American Heritage Dictionary brings us to
Attitude - (1) a position of the body or manner of carrying oneself; (2) the orientation of an aircraft's axes esp. with respect to the horizon.
Both seem equally bad these days. Don't ask.
I have a need to know what the following peeps are reading: