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  1. This is so me. I'm milking this pandemic like you wouldn't believe.
  2. I read Thinner Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Female Body - 2 Stars - I am not the intended audience for this book. Nonetheless, I felt motivated when I started reading it. Of course, I’d love to be thinner, leaner, and stronger! Once he started going into detail about the diet, and how one must count every single calorie and gram of fat, protein, and whatever, my eyes started to glaze over. Nope, not happening. I also am not suited for workout books. I prefer DVDs and YouTube videos. Don’t get me wrong. The book had some interesting and helpful info which I’m sha
  3. Happy to hear this! I wasn't even sure if I should get it or not. Hearing this from you makes me glad that I did.
  4. Kindle book on a sort of a sale today. - politics/humor/cultural
  5. Laurel, wow! That's so interesting! Thank you for sharing. Iran had the largest concentration of U.S. nationals living abroad. I may have mentioned this in my review. I had so much more to say, but Good Reads had a space limit. I spent two years at an international school. Most of my classmates and friends were expats. “The 52,000 Americans living in Iran in 1977 made up the largest concentration of U.S. nationals living abroad. Other expatriate communities in Iran included 8,000 Britons, 8,000 French, 16,000 West Germans, 20,000 Italians, and tens of thousands more Filipinos and K
  6. I read The Fall of Heaven : The Pahlavis and the Final Days of Imperial Iran - 5 Stars - Rather than write my entire review here, which I couldn't even fit entirely into Good Reads, I'll link my review here. This was a fabulous read on all the happenings in Iran and the devastating last days of the Shah. It's a lengthy book, almost 500 pages. I've always been a lover of monarchy, most especially when done right. I sobbed when the Shah left Iran and when he died. My parents had met him a few times. My dad received an award from him for coming first in all of Iran as a high school student. I hav
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