I haven’t been around much on the internet this week- been trying to stay warm since it’s been frigid temperatures all week long (plus snow and sleet). Tomorrow I think we’re supposed to get up to 45 degrees which considered what we’ve been dealing with will feel positively spring like now!
I hope you are staying warm wherever you are and have plenty of good books and food! Continue reading
Well it’s another Friday and this week Mississippi had it’s first snap of really cold weather. Morning time when I normally would be walking outside was like 25 degrees and that is a big ole NOPE to walk in. So I did some more elliptical trainer this week and even dusted off the old treadmill for a walk (but I much prefer to walk outside than on the treadmill.)
Still have not put the Christmas tree yet, but that will be happening soon. I’ve been digging around on my Kindle for books to read this week and found some forgotten e-ARC’s of All The Broken People by Leah Konen and Little Threats by Emily Schultz. Both published earlier in 2020. I’ve finished All The Broken People (it was ok- mainly 3 stars) and about halfway finished with Little Threats (which is a bit hard for me to classify- the main crime in the book took place when the main character was 16- but the book is also focusing on the aftermath of her crime after she gets out of jail at 31. There is def a true crime feel to it as well.)
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How has your week been? Mine has been a blur of days- not being sure what day it is- watching re-runs of Law & Order and Chicago PD and doing the elliptical trainer in the morning while watching old school CSI (season 1!)
I’ve also been trying to tackle some little projects around the house- getting closets organized, mainly.
My reading this week has been so-so- I finished The Lions of Fifth Avenue and I’m around 60% into The Wrong Family.
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Well this week has just been a week. I may be eyeing a bottle of wine. Continue reading
Well, it’s Saturday, but I was busy all day on Fri-YAY! 🙂
How has your weekend been? I finished A Good Girls Guide To Murder early this morning (it was ok to me- I doubt I’ll be checking out book 2) and then I’ve done some blogging.
I have started on Home Before Dark- it’s going to be my creepy Halloween read. Of course it’s going to be my read during the day book because I can’t read creepy stuff before bed. Continue reading
Well… It’s Literary
Friday… err Sunday 🙂 How has your weekend been?
Yesterday’s morning walk was COLD. It was 42 degrees and I was NOT loving it. My hands were freezing, I dropped and broke my favorite water bottle, and it’s just a reminder that I need to get my cold weather walking supplies together… because winter is coming.
But TODAY. Glorious weather. Gorgeous. Nice. I was not cold at all. That’s the thing about MS weather- it will change on you in a minute.
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Well it’s FRI-YAY! ❤ How has your week been? My copy of One by One arrived this week ( a little treat since my A1C was 5.5- whoooooooooooo!) and I stopped by the library to pick up A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder (requested via inter-library loan.) Continue reading
Well this week has been a bit busy: Haircut, dentist appointment to get a cavity filled ( I hate having dental work), an interview, and of course today- A1C test. By the time this posts, I’ll have seen him and had blood drawn and will just be waiting to see my numbers. Hoping for GOOD news.
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Another week is coming to an end and it’s time for the weekend- and while Labor Day weekend will be quieter than normal this time (I think), I’m going to just focus on swimming and reading. And enjoying the quiet! And guzzling water from my Salty Hair Don’t Care glass 🙂
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Me and Callie the cat stayed stayed up watching the Hurricane Laura coverage because we are hurricane trackers (well from the safety of our couch- and with plenty of snacks and drinks nearby). Continue reading