3 - Sushi for Beginners by Marian Keyes.
I have read quite a few of Marian Keyes books. I enjoyed this one, but it really didn't stand up compaired to some of her others. She didn't have quite the same amount of humor. Once I was done with the book, I kind of was like waht was the point of this whole person's story??? The story is written from an omni-present point of view, some of the time, well possibly all of the time, I didn't notice ALL of the time, which I don't see in too many books lately. It was more or less the story of three people and what goes on in each of their lives for a certain chunk of time. It was just kind of awkwardly put together, I think. Entertaining, but not great. Does that mean I should have given it a 2? I have forgotten my own rating scale. I am definitely going to re-list it. I won't be reading it again.
Next on the list, the newly released Certain Girls by Jennifer Weirner.
I did my grocery shopping. I saved $41. I am not all that impressed with it. I sometimes wonder if I end up spending more somehow, shopping for the sales. Getting things that aren't needed....