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I have to apologize to the book club gals!! I put the incorrect address on the evite for book club last night! Yikes! I inadvertently put Amy’s address instead of Angie’s! There’s a first for everything. Thankfully they both live on the same street!
Thanks to Angie for hosting our end of year book club meeting! It’s also a white elephant gift exchange (or Dirty Santa gifts some call it). Our December book is by Sarah Addison Allen called First Frost. I try to choose a holiday themed book for December. Sarah also wrote Garden Spell which Angie said is delightful. First Frost reminded me of the movie Practical Magic just a wee bit. I love the aspect of people creating magical affects through cooking, or organizing or… cutting hair? Thanks to Angie for our special cookie cake reading “Merry Chirstmas HCPBC!’ so sweet! And to our dear Kelly who actually baked the recipe for the special bread – it was divine!!
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We enjoyed the book very much. It was in the vein of women and communities coming together – their relationships and the magical world Sarah Addison Allen creates is wonderful as it unfolds before you as you read.
We nibbled and sipped hard cider as we went through book club discussion questions. We gathered for our white elephant gift exchange – with a few gifts being stolen as laughter ensued. We’ve been doing this meeting once a month since 2007 when we began our book club. There were just a few of us when I decided to begin our adventures. Many of us are in multiple book clubs – because yes we love to read. Some are definitely more strict than ours – some even are an excuse to get together and just drink and talk! Ours is somewhere in between those two extremes. Many have come and gone through the years. One thing remains – a small group of gals who love to read, discuss, giggle, be serious, drink (a given) and gather as friends in our quaint historic district just SW of Atlanta. Some meetings are more intense than others. Most are just enjoyable as we discuss and go along the paths of discussion where the subject matter takes us.
See you in 2019!!! Cheers!!!