A started looking at the Sea World Website, and is even more enthusiastic about our trip. Yay.
I just read a very good book, "When Bad Things Happen to Good People." I would highly recommend it to anyone who is religious and is suffering. It is written by a rabbi who lost a son, and it dares to ask the questions we all ask ourselves when tragedy occurs.
I have started reading "Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell." So far it is excellent. Salon described it as "Harry Potter meets Jane Austen", and I think they aren't far wrong. The 19th century style is very well done.