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Rainy Days are Made for Reading

And I have a couple rainy days in my future – at least that’s what the weather man tells me.  So while Alek was at dance and Jordan was at a Teen Advisory Board meeting, I scoured the library for interesting books.  I found four with varying levels of promise.  All about the goth community.  I hope to spend some time reading over the next few days and promise to share my thoughts and ideas with you all.

Circumstances in my life indicate I’ll be spending a lot of time in the near future explaining exactly what it does and does not mean to be goth.  I want to know what folks are saying 🙂

For now, enjoy the rainbows 🙂  We ran into these on the drive to the grocery after the Egg Hunt on Saturday.  Luckily Eric was driving and I could aim the camera out  the window!

~ sheila

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5 Responses to “Rainy Days are Made for Reading”

  1. Belynda
    5:49 am on April 8th, 2010

    Beautiful rainbows… don’t you just love spring and the way the world starts giving you so much beauty in your life?? I sure do!

  2. ~ifer
    9:38 am on April 8th, 2010

    I am definitely interested in what you have to say about what it means to be goth. All I know about it is a clothing style, and I am sure there must be more to the puzzle than that.

  3. Bats! meow...
    10:12 am on April 8th, 2010

    Well for me, a lot of what it means to be goth is expressed in the fashion, although being goth is not defined by what I wear. I’m reading because I’m interested in what others think and, more importantly, have published about ‘us’. I expect I’ll find opinions that I disagree with and I want to address them to get to a more tuned way of stating my own ideas.

  4. Kim
    12:38 am on April 9th, 2010

    I’m jealous that I did not get to see the double rainbow. Although I did get a few good shots of what I did see from my front yard. And from snippets you’ve shared during our conversations, I may be more goth than I thought! Even though I don’t necessarily dress ‘that way.’ :p <3

  5. J.B. Vadeboncoeur
    12:36 am on April 11th, 2010

    I’m looking forward to learning more about Goth.

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