Sometimes I just have to wonder about the books I choose to read. Like at the moment I’m reading a book called The Waitress, it is set in England. What with my Canadian background, I thought it would help me by knowing the Queen’s English. Then out of the page jumps the line “like watching a cow with CJD! Ok, I give, what is CJD short for, I just could not figure it out, but thanks to a Google search, I’m in the know, and so are you if you went to the link! I really liked reading the part about the waitress trying to be a writer. She sits down, “spreads her fingers on the keyboard and thinks, look at that keyboard, twenty-six letters and yet the gateway to an infinite number of possibilities. It was a miracle really when you thought about it. This could be the start of a prize-winning bestseller.” I know a few people who I think have a book inside them just waiting to be released, who knows maybe someday it will happen. I am happy to just use my 26 letters to try to entertain you.


About Judy Hansen

I have lived in many cities in the US and even lived in Calgary,Alberta Canada. But I always seem to end up where my life began in Toledo, Ohio. I am a wife, a mother, a grandmother, sister, aunt, and I'll be your best friend!
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One Response to CJD

  1. 26, that’s the magic number right?
    Well, hey, I was born on the 26th of November. Does that count for anything?

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