This past week has been pretty good. We had one heck of a rain storm on Tuesday complete with thunder and lightning . If only California had a way to capture all that water. Come summer all that green will be brown and ready for wildfire season. I dread it.
I went to church on Thursday so my morning is wide open. I have a work conference on Monday and Tuesday so in a little while I will probably pack my bag for that.
Monday and Tuesday I will be at an Assistive Technology Conference. Tuesday night I have my life group but I don’t think I will make it back in time. I also have to miss outreach. Other than that, the week is pretty normal.
I am reading White Elephant by Julie Langsdorf. So far, so good.
I’m hearing more and more about Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid. I don’t know, it just sounds like my jam. Maybe I should buy it for my trip.
We are back to watching The Haunting of Hill House. I’m not sure how many episodes we have left but we are about seven episodes in. That Bent Neck Lady. Ohhhhh she is a baddie. I am at the point where I know who she is but still.
We finally watched Book Club last week. I love Diane Keaton. I love Candice Bergen. I actually love all of the ladies in this movie. It has Andy Garcia too. Um, hello! It was light and funny and sweet.
New Things I’ve Tried:
I feel dumb. I’ve had weird eyebrows for a while now. With the low iron and well, AGE, my eyebrows were so sparse. PLUS, what the hell? Gray hairs in your eyebrows? Was not prepared for that. That made me look like an albino rat. Anyway, I tried a brow pencil for the first time this week and now I look so awake. My daughter uses one all the time, even with her lush brows but I caved and bought a cheap one thinking I’d try it and now I see why people use them.
The people I volunteer with. All of them. Serving is rewarding but it is also fun when you have good, fun people around you.
If you could volunteer anywhere, where would it be? I took a spiritual gifts quiz and it said that I have gifts in all areas which means I try a lot of different things. It also means, I’m busy.
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I am so happy for you and your brows…I use those new brow pens that sort of stamp your brows. But I always worry about getting them too dark. I think I want to work in a food kitchen.
I can see you working in a food kitchen. There is nothing better than providing a person with a wholesome meal when they need one.
Other than that. Code for the week isn’t normal. 🙂 and don’t get me started on that. I’m always fighting my uni-brow.
What happened? Something messed up your routine this weekend? I should check your blog.
No, sorry. I meant you saying “other than that.” I meant that doesn’t seem like a normal week to me. 😀
I plan to start Daisy Jones and the Six as my next audio book. I thought The Book Club was fun too.
One eyebrow product I love is boy brow by Glossier- for me it is easier than a pencil
Yes!! It came up in my FB feed after I Googled brow stuff and it is definitely something I want to try.
Yep, got a couple white hairs in my eyebrows. So weird! I am watching The Good Place (Ted Danson and Kristin Bell), which is light and fun. I hope you have a good time at the conference.
The Daisy Jones book looks good. I should see the Book Club movie — Andy Garcia — oh yeah.
Sounds like some good things coming up, new brows…tech conference…lol
I’m in a reading void these days, some poetry books but mostly kids reading as my daughter’s change to a new school really slowed her progress…trying to get her up to where she needs to be.
i would love to volunteer with veterans who are writing about their experiences…I need to carve out time for that or even others who need writing guidance to get the stuff they need out on paper.
I’m laughing about your eyebrows. Mine have disappeared. What I have is white, like my hair, so I have to draw in eyebrows!
I am sad that I didn’t attend TCEA, our education tech conference which is held each year in Austin. It was like going to a magic show where the magician quietly whispers the explanation of each trick.