I prescheduled this post because I am on my way back from dropping my daughter off at LAX. Hopefully the flights go smoothly because Delta was trying to reschedule her due to weather in the Midwest but I don’t see anything but some rain. I hope she has an amazing second semester.
See above. Ha.
Monday is a holiday and like a true over-achiever, I scheduled TWO appointments on my day off. One is physical therapy, no biggie. The other is the pre-op for my kidney surgery. I am not even sure if that will happen with the hospitals full of this virus but so far the appointment is still a go. I don’t really have anything else going on which is nice.
I will spend some time this week prepping templates for some upcoming reviews. That way when I am done with each book I can just quickly jump on here and get them posted.
I think my next book will be The School for Good Mothers. I have two review copies I really need to get to but I will probably reach for this one first because I am hearing all sort of things about it and I don’t want any spoilers.
Working our way through Cobra Kai.
- That my first week back on the clock was good. I was dreading it so but it was fairly easy to navigate.
- There’s a bit of stress that I’ve been dealing with, that I have not yet talked about but I am very grateful for my Bible studies that keep me grounded.
Have a wonderful Sunday and great week!
Hello! This is my first Whatnot post of the year. I just couldn’t get my act together to do one last week. I tried to enjoy my last week of vacation and in doing so became a slug. It felt good.
Hey, why do I have an image of Colombia in this post? It occurred to me that I never told you about the child we sponsor through Compassion International. A few years ago my church placed photo cards all around the church of children who needed a sponsor. In the back of my mind I always wondered about it but never actually signed up to do it. Well, three years ago we did and it’s been a rewarding experience. I didn’t realize just how much until we received a Christmas letter from her and this time she actually wrote it herself. Since she was pretty young, she would say what she wanted to say to a translator and then they would translate it to be sent. This time, she actually wrote it in her native language and she did such a good job! She is turning 9 this February. It’s been interesting to read how her country is handling the virus. Very different from here. If any of you have questions about sponsoring, ask away.
In other news, this is my daughter’s last week home. She leaves this Sunday bright and early. It has been a good visit. We plan to take her out to dinner Saturday night, her choice. She has been busy auditioning for summer shows. The other day she had her backdrop up and it was blocking The Otter Pup’s sunny spot so I heard this ruckus and then when I went up the pup had knocked it down and broken some blinds in the process. She doesn’t mess around when it comes to her sun bathing.
My reading is going well but the one book I am reading now is very enjoyable so I keep rationing it out so I can read it each night. I did manage to review a book on Monday though.
After another blogger mentioned reading the Bible in a year, I decided to read it again. I did it a couple of years ago but this time I have more insight and frankly, more motivation to do it again. So I pulled out all my fancy pens and started on 1/1.
I hope you have a good week. The numbers here in LA County are pretty steady at 45K+ positives DAILY. They say that one in four people test positive. I am double-masking and mostly home but do have to venture out now and then. Stay safe!