On Saturday, the postman slogged through the mud to bring me copies of the UK version of A Minute on the Lips. Yes. Let’s let that marinate for a moment. The UK version. Here’s the link: A Minute on the Lips, Mills and Boon UK. This is different than the Australian version, which I have not seen yet and which will send into full-on meltdown most likely. Here’s a link just so you’ll believe me: Australian 2-in-1 Version. Don’t worry…there will be new pictures of this one too.
This, combined with the Goodreads group’s discussions on dream travel destinations, the unending snow…it’s all turned the flame up under my desire to go to London. I yearn. Like the way I yearn for whatever chocolate dessert’s on the menu that I never order but bigger. Over the past year, I’ve had a trip planned at least 3 different times but never pushed the “BOOK IT!” button. This is probably because I remember my panic on landing in the Newark airport and facing navigating New York by myself. Also, I might never want to come back. I managed New York. London could be tackled too. Right?
2 thoughts on “A Minute on the Lips’ UK version and me”
I have wanted to go to England for years. I just can’t get over the long flight! My desire is to enjoy strolling through the English countryside. If I never get there at least I can explore it through books. I look forward to reading A Minute on the Lips. ( :
I know exactly what you mean! Flying is just no fun. It doesn’t really scare me, but I don’t ever look forward to it. Still, they keep all the good places so far away!