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Goodbye, Vitamin
Goodbye, Vitamin: A Novel | Rachel Khong
A young woman returns home to care for her failing father in this fine, funny, and inescapably touching debut, from an affecting and wonderfully original new literary voice Incredibly poignant . . . Rachel Khongs first novel sneaks up on you just like life . . . and heartbreak. And love.Miranda July A few days after Christmas in a small suburb outside of L.A., pairs of a man's pants hang from the trees. The pants belong to Howard Young, a prominent history professor, recently diagnosed with Alzheimers disease. Howards wife, Annie, summons their daughter, Ruth. Freshly disengaged from her fianc and still broken up about it, feeling that life has not turned out quite the way she planned, thirty-year- old Ruth quits her job, and arrives home to find her parents situation worse than she'd realized. Her father is erratically lucid and her mother, a devoted and creative cook, sees the sources of memory loss in every pot and pan. But as Howards condition intensifies, the comedy in Ruths situation takes hold, gently transforming her grief. She throws herself into caretaking: cooking dementia-fighting meals (a feast of jellyfish!), researching supplements, anything to reignite her fathers once-notable memory. And when the university finally lets Howard go, Ruth and one of her fathers handsome former students take their efforts to help Howard one step too far. Told in captivating glimpses and drawn from a deep well of insight, humor, and unexpected tenderness, Goodbye, Vitamin pilots through the loss, love, and absurdity of finding a ones footing in this life.
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Read4life
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I finished 6 books including the 4 pictured from my readathon goal post. I read more than 20 hours as well. Thanks for hosting the End of Summer #20in4 Special Readathon, @Andrew65

Andrew65 Fantastic, thanks for playing along. 👏👏👏🥳🍾🥂😍 1mo
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Read4life
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Finished my planned books for the End of Summer #20in4 special Readathon
I read more than 20 hours and finished 6 books in total.

Andrew65 Fantastic, thanks for playing along. 👏👏👏🥳🍾🥂😍 1mo
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Ruthiella
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Thanks for the tag @EadieB ! 😊. #WondrousWednesday

1. Excellent question! Maybe Mrs. Danvers from Rebecca? 🤔

2. I can‘t remember the name, but The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell made me sob. 😭

3. Lots of authors are from California, but Kem Nunn and Rachel Khong are from the same corner of Southern California as I am. 🌴

EadieB Thanks for playing! 3mo
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Read4life
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Hoping to finish Love, Life and the list today.
Just started Nantucket Nights with Goodbye, Vitamin up next. 🤓

#WeekendReading

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Love Elin Hilderbrand 🏝 💛 4mo
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Kerrbearlib
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I didn‘t want this book to end.

Favorite quote: “Here I am, in lieu of you, collecting the moments.”

Image by Clker-Free-Vector-Images from Pixabay

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Kerrbearlib
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About a quarter of the way through. So far, it‘s one of those books that I read and think, “I want to write like this author someday!” I love the dark yet funny writing.

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alysonimagines
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This short novel about a woman who moves back in with her parents as her father faces the onset of Alzheimer‘s is an amazingly delightful hybrid of lighthearted and bittersweet, like a middle grade novel written for adults (💯 my jam!). The MC‘s sweet, humorous first-person POV reads like she never lost her childlike wonder and appreciation for every small thing she observes.🔸#decemberreads2021

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Bookalong
Goodbye, Vitamin | Rachel Khong
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Pickpick

4🌟 Khong did a great job of capturing what it means to be human in this heartfelt, quirky yet at times hilarious read. From life, loss and love to family and forgiveness, and to growing up in your thirties, adding humour and intimacy along the way! A quick read that even though was a reread I didn't want it to end! #bookreview #bookreviewer #bookblogger #domesticfiction #bookstagram

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mhillis
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Ruth‘s father has dementia and she moves back home to help out her parents. I really liked the first half of the book, especially when he is teaching the students in his California History class. The structure of the book and the ways it deals with memory are interesting and clever—there are no chapters, and the sections of the book are of varying length. And I love the title and colorful cover!

Book Five #14Books14Weeks2021

Ruthiella I loved this book! ❤️ 1y
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HeatherBookNerd
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I read this book last year but I am discussing it with a book club tomorrow so I‘m skimming through it again. Makes me remember how much I loved the writing. This is such a great quote.

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Ncostell
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Pickpick

I was originally reluctant to read this as I knew that it dealt with the difficult topic of dementia however I am glad that I picked it up anyway. Khong did a beautiful job chronicling the story of a daughter coming home to help care for her father with empathy and humor.

EvieBee I really liked this one, too. 1y
Ncostell @EvieBee It was a good one that I‘m sure I will still think about for awhile. 1y
kspenmoll I liked this one too! 1y
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ImperfectCJ
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Pickpick

What a sweet, sad, simple look at the ways relationships grow and shift with time and circumstance. It reminds me a little of the pandemic, the daily world being made smaller, in a way, extra things necessarily being cut out, allowing what's most important to rise to the surface.

Ruthiella I loved this book too. 😀 2y
Eggs ❤️❤️ this book❤️❤️ 2y
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readordierachel
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On the heels of a break-up, a woman moves in with her parents to help care for her father who has Alzheimers. The format is like a journal, the MC relating things she notices/remembers on a given day, saving the memories as her father loses his.

This hit close to home, as my father has severe dementia, and I found parallels to my own situation. It's sad but it's also quite a funny book. The balance Khong strikes is impressive and very moving. 5⭐

Come-read-with-me @readordierachel I‘m so sorry to hear about your Dad. It‘s never easy to be the caregiver for a parent. He‘s lucky to have you! 💜 2y
readordierachel @Come-read-with-me Thank you for the kind words. That means a lot ❤ 2y
vivastory I really liked this one too. I'm so sorry to hear that your dad isn't doing well. 2y
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readordierachel @vivastory Thanks, friend ❤ 2y
monkeygirlsmama Sorry to hear about your dad. ((hugs)) I too have family members that have been afflicted with this disease and it breaks my heart. That said, I want to read this book. Stacked! 2y
readordierachel @monkeygirlsmama Big hugs to you too ❤ 2y
BarbaraBB I loved this book too. I am sorry to hear about your dad. That must be so hard for the both of you. 🤍 2y
readordierachel @BarbaraBB Thanks ❤❤ 2y
dariazeoli Caregiving is hard, and dementia is harder. I‘m so sorry! 2y
BiblioLitten I‘m sorry to hear about you dad. Much love to you. 💕 2y
Christine I‘ve been putting this one off (my mom has dementia, too). But maybe now I‘ll try it. ❤️ 2y
readordierachel @dariazeoli It is. Thanks ❤ 2y
readordierachel @BiblioLitten Thank you ❤❤ 2y
readordierachel @Christine I'm so sorry, Christine ❤ I know we don't know each other well, but if you ever need someone to talk, I'm here 2y
Christine That‘s so kind, Rachel. ❤️ 2y
batsy I need to read this, but I'm afraid it'll feel too much. (I'm caring for my elderly mum; the topic in general seems a tough one for me to think about.) Lovely review and sending lots of love and strength to you about your dad. Always willing to lend an ear if you need it. ❤️ 2y
readordierachel @batsy I understand. I had the same trepidation. I'm so sorry to hear about your mum. That must be hard. Love to you and thank you. Same goes ❤❤❤ 2y
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Ncostell
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New year, new challenges. I‘m going to try the #bookspinbingo to help me whittle down my ever expanding TBR pile. This is from my physical book pile-I think I will make one for my ebook pile as well. It will take some of the pressure off of deciding what to read next!

TheAromaofBooks Yay!!! 2y
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HeatherBookNerd
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Pickpick

Well gosh, I just loved this. A brief story told in snippets that nonetheless worked its way into my heart. Ruth comes home to live with her parents as her father is showing signs of early dementia. Through a series of observations and journal entries, we see how Ruth responds to the evolving relationship with her dad. What a lovely, surprising book.

AvidReader25 I just bought this! Can‘t wait to read it. 2y
HeatherBookNerd @AvidReader25 It‘s a real gem, and a bit under the radar. So glad I found it. 2y
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Blaire
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I really loved this book and the pictures quote struck me and feels very applicable as to not being able to know another‘s experience and recognize our opinion is shaped by who we are. #integrateyourshelf

ChasingOm Oh, I love this one! 2y
Cathythoughts ❤️👍🏻 2y
Libby1 Great book. I always think of it when I see anything about endives! 🥬 2y
Blaire @Libby1 yes! That scene was great. So vivid. 2y
Blaire @ChasingOm it really struck me. She has some great observations throughout the book. 2y
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Blaire
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The main character moves home to help her mom to take care of her dad who has early onset Alzheimer‘s. Throughout the year she copes with a difficult breakup, and learns how to be present with her father. She keeps a sort of journal of moments which form the book. They mimic the journal of moments her father kept about her as a child and these are intermixed in the story. I found it to be very effective - a tender and at times funny read.

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wen4blu
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“Tonight a man found Dad‘s pants in a tree lit with Christmas lights.”

#firstlinefridays
@ShyBookOwl

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amyrohn
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I read this for book club in February and didn‘t really have high expectations, and I came away with it being one of my new favorite books of all time. This was a beautiful little book, and I can‘t wait to see what else Rachel Khong comes up with! https://amysbookreviews.com/2020/03/19/goodbye-vitamin-hello-5-stars/

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Picked these up from the library today!

Prairiegirl_reading It was you on what should I read next wasn‘t it!? 3y
amyrohn @Prairiegirl_reading Yes, it was me!! 3y
Prairiegirl_reading @amyrohn lucky you! I really enjoyed the episode! 😄 3y
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amyrohn @Prairiegirl_reading thank you so much!! 3y
Prairiegirl_reading @amyrohn I heard Anne say the name of your blog and I thought I think I follow her on Litsy! Lol! 3y
amyrohn @Prairiegirl_reading that‘s so funny! 😊 3y
squirrelbrain I really enjoyed ‘Picking Up‘ - bought it at at the Strand in NYC ❤️ 3y
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Eggs
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I fear the loss of my lucidity: as in dementia or Alzheimer‘s

#bookaboutsomethingyoufear

#auldlangreads

@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
@OriginalCyn620

OriginalCyn620 Me too! 3y
Eggs 💕 @OriginalCyn620 😳🤯🤨 3y
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tracey38 Yes, me too. A big fear of mine. 3y
Eggs @tracey38 @OriginalCyn620 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I guess we could dedicate ourselves to mental acuity - we already do that as friends and book discussers 🤗💕🌟📚👏🏻 3y
OriginalCyn620 @eggs 🙌🏻😊 3y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Eggs yes!!! 💗💗 3y
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Joanne1
Goodbye, Vitamin | Rachel Khong
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An easy, kind of funny but also sad tale of a daughter coming home to care for her professor-father living with Alzheimer‘s.

Libby1 I really liked this one. 3y
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“What imperfect carriers of love we are, and what imperfect givers.” This book is strange and funny and insightful and sad and sweet and I‘m glad to be starting 2020 with it.

Reviewsbylola Such a great book. 🍋 3y
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Smarkies
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Thank you @erzascarletbookgasm for this #jolabokaflodswap package! Have a merry Christmas!
@MaleficentBookDragon

erzascarletbookgasm Merry Christmas and I hope you‘ll enjoy! 3y
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TheQuietQuill
Goodbye, Vitamin | Rachel Khong
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This book was comical, yet heartbreaking all at once. I‘ve been wanting to read this row a while, and I‘m so glad I finally did. Beautiful, sad, and funny all at once ❤️

#wintergames #elfies #tbrreads

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AnansiGirl
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Oh were you reading that? #catnephew Pistachio not amused by book interfering with ear scritches. #catsoflitsy #kal

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AnansiGirl
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Quick upload of #botm delivery. I‘m diving into tagged book right now. Byyyeee!

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JennyM
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Ruth‘s father has Alzheimer‘s disease and, for one year, she heads home to help her mother care for him. As she learns to navigate her new role and changing relationship, her days are filled with both heartbreak and humour. And it pretty much left me a sobbing wreck 😭 #Illremember #movember

TrishB Stacked 👍🏻 3y
Cathythoughts Sounds really good. Yet to read it .... 3y
Cinfhen Great choice 💜this book didn‘t resonate with me the way I was expecting it too. 🤷🏼‍♀️ but that‘s just my #unpopularopinion 3y
JennyM @Cinfhen @trishb @cathythoughts I think it got me as I found the story so similar to the stories I hear from family carers I meet for work 💔 3y
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AnansiGirl
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Tuesday contemplation of adding on tagged book when December BOTM selections are available.

#ThePowerofGoodbye #MOvember @Cinfhen

britt_brooke 💚 3y
Cinfhen I get that 😁 3y
Megabooks It‘s a good book. 3y
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AnansiGirl @britt_brooke @Cinfhen @Megabooks Goodbye Vitamin is on its way with my BOTM order! 😁 3y
Cinfhen Hahaha!!! 3y
Cinfhen I added on 3y
britt_brooke Hope you like it!! 3y
Megabooks Enjoy! 3y
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DAY 26 #ThePowerofGoodbye | I Loved this quirky little book about a family coming to terms with Alzheimer‘s.

#MOvember
@Cinfhen

Megabooks Me too! 3y
britt_brooke @Megabooks 💚💚💚 3y
Maria514626 Thanks for the recommendation! ❤️❤️❤️ Putting on my TBR right NOW! (edited) 3y
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Cinfhen Love your graphics 😍😍everyday you‘re outdoing yourself 😜❤️ 3y
britt_brooke @Cinfhen Aw, thank you!! 🤗🤗 3y
britt_brooke @Maria514626 Yay! Hope you like it!! 3y
AnansiGirl Hey we picked the same book! I haven‘t read it, but it might be a botm add on. 3y
britt_brooke @AnansiGirl 😆 Didn‘t we both post about FLDS a few days back, too?! Too funny. 👯‍♀️ This is a great read. 3y
Cathythoughts Nice one 👍🏻❤️ 3y
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Mogoeg
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Mehso-so

This one was a close call - there were some inspired moments here & there that almost tipped it into ‘pick‘ but not quite.

In the end my feeling is that this book is overworked - as in over workshopped in that prestigious MFA program sort of way. Plus it is sooo overhyped- not the author‘s fault- but I can only role my eyes at the many blurbs declaring it a transcendent work of literary genius. I mean it‘s FINE. Calm down NYT & Vogue.

Mogoeg The picture is of my vitamins and my donut man mug from Fischer Eddie‘s because I just posted a picture of the cover 3y
andioop I felt the same. It was FINE. Enjoyable for sure at times but not like, omg you must read 3y
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Mogoeg
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“I knew it started being over with Joel when I‘d open a bottle of wine and he wouldn‘t drink it. Sharing things is how things got started, and not sharing things is how they end.”

(I‘ll be honest with you guys, this book is not rocking my world, but I will concede that this is is a very good bit right here).

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Tanisha_A
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I bought it. Now only the reading part is left. 😁

@Lindy
@TrishB

TrishB Cool 👍🏻 3y
kspenmoll Really enjoyed this book! Hope you do! 3y
TrishB I‘m banned from book buying until after my birthday!! 3y
Lindy Yay! And your edition has “curved yellow fruit” on the cover. 👍 3y
batsy I know, the review and quotes by @Lindy makes me want to get to it soon! Since I've stacked it since forever because of the positive Litsy reviews 😆 Look forward to your thoughts! 3y
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Lindy
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30-year-old Ruth discovers it‘s possible to make something sweet when life hands her lemons—dumped by her fiancé and then called to spend a year with her parents to help cope with her father‘s Alzheimer‘s. Surprisingly buoyant, this novel is told in Ruth‘s diary vignettes, tenderly collecting moments—absurd, mundane or sublime—like: “The moon is doing something beautiful.” The fragments add up to something charming, heartfelt and beautiful.

Ruthiella I loved the diary entries from her father about when she was small. Also the book is set in the part of Southern California where I grew up which was fun to read. 😀 3y
Lindy @Ruthiella Her father‘s records of the cute things she said as a child were my favourite part! 3y
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At the library, I run into Regina, who was homecoming queen our junior year. She had hay-coloured hair to her waist and I envied it. She has children now. They share names with hurricanes—I don‘t know if it is intentional or what.
“This is Katrina and this is Sandy,” she introduces. The children are 4 and 8, and even so young, their expressions look overcast.

Cathythoughts Very good .... 👏🏻 3y
Lindy @Cathythoughts Khong is wonderfully inventive in her turns of phrase. 3y
Reggie Oh I like this!!! 3y
Lindy @Reggie Clever, quirky humour pops up everywhere in this novel. 😊 3y
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Lindy
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Later, at the farmers‘ market, I watch a couple bros sample dates.
“Shit,” says one bro, coughing, “I think I‘m allergic to this giant raisin!”
“That‘s not a raisin, Steve,” says another bro. “That‘s a Medjool date.”
Born humans, I remind myself.

Tanisha_A After seeing your posts, i feel like buying this book right now. 3y
TrishB I was just thinking that @Tanisha_A ! 3y
Lindy @TrishB @Tanisha_A Double score for #blameitonLitsy. 🥇 3y
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I ask if he remembers the time she tried to make Cheetos from scratch. I was 9 or 10 & Cheeto obsessed. She drove us 2+ hours to the Frito-Lay factory in Bakersfield, where we toured the plant in hairnets & shoe covers. At the end of the tour we sampled the freshly manufactured Cheetos, still warm from the industrial process. A few weeks after that trip, she arrived at an actually impressive Cheeto - cheese dusted and craggy.

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Lindy
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I like to collect those almonds with the slight curve, the ones that hold your thumb. And not only the curved nuts, but also the nuts that don't have the standard tear shape, that are shaped more like buttons, with a rounded edge instead of the point. Almond anomalies.
What a ridiculous person I am. I unscrew the jar and tip as many anomalies as will fit into my mouth.

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“Another weird thing is that pigs don‘t get milked,” I said. “Pigs don‘t get milked.”
“Because piglets drink it all?” Bonnie said.
“Because piglets drink it all.”
“There‘s something beautiful about that,” Linus said, “beautiful and perfect.”
We toasted to piglets and didn‘t notice Theo approach.

wanderinglynn ❤️❤️❤️ 3y
ladym30 They are adorable!😍 3y
Lindy @wanderinglynn @ladym30 They are English Blacks on my sister‘s farm. I think their mother is called Princess Pricilla. 3y
Cathythoughts There is something beautiful about that..... 👍🏻♥️ 3y
Lindy @Cathythoughts 😊🐖❤️ 3y
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Lindy
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Ebook loan is due back today and not renewable. Time to step up my reading pace. It‘s not so much that I read more slowly in digital format, but that I prefer print, so reading whatever my current ebook is generally gets relegated to those times that I don‘t have access to either print or audiobook.

LauraBeth I loved this book! 3y
Lindy @LauraBeth I‘m enjoying it, even though I haven‘t found it as funny as others have. 3y
Ruthiella I loved the book too. 😀 3y
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Reviewsbylola I loved this one! Turn your ereader on airplane mode and then it can‘t be returned. 😆 3y
Lindy @Ruthiella 😊👍I just gave it 5 stars on Goodreads. 3y
Lindy @Reviewsbylola Good advice. Fortunately, I have finished it without having to resort to technological subterfuge. 😊 3y
Reviewsbylola 🤣🤣🤣 3y
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andioop
Mehso-so

This one is cute. It is the deeply sad story of an adult daughter watching her father‘s mind degrade. Too conscious of its humor at times. A bit like a Lifetime movie gone to print. But still cute, heartwarming.

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mcipher
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#7days7covers #covercrush Day 3
Tagging @DivineDiana if you haven‘t already joined - just post 7 covers for 7 days, no explanation needed. ❤️

Libby1 Great book. 3y
DivineDiana Thank you! I have been tagged, but need to finish the challenge. Was on a Anniversary Getaway and neglected my Litsy posts. 🤦‍♀️ 3y
mcipher @DivineDiana Happy anniversary! Hope you had a great getaway. I think everyone has been tagged - it‘s so fun though 😝 3y
DivineDiana Thank you so much! I did! 💗It is fun! 🙂 (edited) 3y
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Pickpick

A beautifully written story of a daughter who moves back in with her parents to help keep an eye on her father who is starting to struggle with Alzheimer's. Smart, witty, humorous, sentimental, and at times, it pulls right on your heart. The journal entries from her father throughout the book are amazing and so relatable to being a parent, and the way she reverses it at the end and Ruth is making notes of her Fathers actions. Touching and clever

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I love how witty this book is. I feel like I'm smiling every other page. Like this line from Ruth, thinking about her break up with Joel.

... You know what else is unfair, about Joel? That I loosened the jar lid, so somebody else could open him.

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Starting this, and loved this line, such a funny observation to make to yourself.

... At one point Dad emerges, shirtless, into the kitchen, to brew himself coffee. I get my nipples from him, I realize alarmed.

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jacqu1.0
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Perfect in flight reading. Really enjoying it so far! #bookofthemonth #savethebookjackets

hermyknee I loved that one! 3y
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Eggs
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Looking back over my shoulder
I can see that look in your eye
Turning my heart over and over
I never wanted to say goodbye🎶

#overmyshoulder #ayupaugust

@Cinfhen @squirrelbrain
#goodbye

squirrelbrain ❤️😁👍 3y
Cinfhen Love your use of the lyrics 🎶 3y
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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Thank you so much Soubhi!!! You are the sweetest!! Can‘t wait to read it!! 😘❤️😘❤️

#LitsyLove

AmyG I enjoyed this book. ❤️ 3y
mcipher It‘s such a good book!! 3y
Soubhiville It‘s a really sweet and sometimes funny little book. Enjoy it my friend! 3y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Soubhiville thanks so much!!! 😘❤️ 3y
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Mollyegutman
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aaaaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH holy damn, this book. Stayed up way too late reading to the end last night.

Laughs all the way through? Yep!

A single, tender cry on the last page? Yep!

It has been the SUMMER OF FABULOUS FIVE STAR BOOKS over here

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Soubhiville
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Pickpick

I feel like I was a little late to the party with this one, but I‘m glad I got to it!

A bittersweet read from a daughter‘s point of view as she sees her dad go through the beginning stages of dementia.

My favorite parts were the sections of journal her dad kept with memories from her childhood. “Today you asked, what do germs taste like?”

Igor approved.

#LitsyAtoZ, #BBRC for “swap”, thanks @mcipher ! It‘s a pick! #Igor

CBee Hi 👋🏻 Igor! I love your kitties ♥️♥️ 3y
monalyisha I‘m both late & early to this party. I snagged an ARC from the bookstore where I used to work when I visited (they had a bunch) but I haven‘t read it yet. 🙈 3y
AmyG Igor ❤️ I really liked this book, too. 3y
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LauraJ Igor, you gorgeous creature! 3y
Leftcoastzen Those eyes!😻Loved the book too! 3y
mcipher 👏 He‘s such a cutie and I‘m so glad you liked it! 3y
Dragon 😻 3y
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