Good morning! It’s been a little cooler here but very hazy from all the smoke coming in from Northern California. It casts an orange tone to everything giving me this sepia view of the world around me. The pup doesn’t care for it because it interferes with her “sun” time.
Heading to student ministry soon. The rest of the day is wide open after 1pm.
Yesterday we hit the Getty Center museum and I will share photos from that in another post. It had been a long time since we’ve been there so it was super enjoyable.
I’m still trying t figure out my return date for work. It’s interesting because there’s been no info and I have asked. Seems like most of my colleagues are headed back 10/4. Am I going back too? Haven’t a clue. I would like to prepare because I have not one thing to wear. Not one thing.
I am finishing up (hopefully) The Night She Disappeared by Lisa Jewel. I’ve done pretty well with her books. I looked back and I’ve read at least six by her. Oh, and I should have my review of Damnation Spring up soon. That one surprised me.
My RIP reading is not going great. I mean, I guess you can count the Jewel book but the books I want to read are still not in from the library yet. I’ve been saying this for weeks.
We finished up American Horror Story: Part 1 of double feature. Boy, was it good. Probably one of the best seasons yet. Macaulay Culkin was so good in it. Not exactly sure when Part 2 starts.
I keep seeing all the Hallmark Christmas promos and let me tell you, I am here for it. Those shows are so cozy and warm.
- It seems that my knee is slowly improving. Fairly certain it’s a torn meniscus. If it suddenly takes a turn for the worst I will hit the doc’s office. I just don’t think they can do much for it. I just need to stay off of it.
- Book mail. It had been a long, long time since I received any book mail and I was beginning to wonder what the deal was. But the other day I saw a package hidden on my porch and it was a copy of My Monticello! Yay! When you are home all day long working, receiving book mail really cheers the soul.
Have a wonderful Sunday. Read something good, do something fun, or just rest.