Linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats Fast Feets, as usual, to find some motivation to actually write this post…I’m posting this on Sunday, and I’ll link up tomorrow. A little bit off my usual schedule, but I have plans for the rest of the day.
This week, I :
Wrote and published three book reviews, The Rules of Half, Internet Famous, and The Sixth Victim. I loved The Rules of Half! The main character lives in a small town and has bipolar disorder. I thought the author did his point-of-view very well. I also read Love, Alabama (in less than 12 hours). Southern fiction for the win!
Much less stressful work week this week.
Planning a mini baby shower for the pregnant coworker for Wednesday.
Got the homework done, plus found sources for my final paper, due next week. (Now I have to start actually writing it. It’s on Jane Goodall as a leader.)
Had an unreasonable craving for pho, and realized the newish place 5 minutes away has it. (Very surprising, since there is a distinct lack of ethnic food in this town—except there are plenty of Mexican food restaurants. This is Texas.) If they only delivered…
Got a manicure for the first time in…way too long. Trying out the Rockstar Polish in a glittery green.
Also saw this vehicle leaving the nail salon:
Now I’m off to this weekend’s adventure with The Saint: movie time again (Baywatch because The Rock), and trying out a new-to-us restaurant (I’m trying to talk her into starting a food blog, because she’d be awesome at it.), followed by Night of Worship at church.
Onward and upward.
3 thoughts on “week in review: plenty of reading”
Looks like I need to add some more books to my reading list.
Hooray for pho and manicures.
I’m not sure I’ve ever hugged a possum or would really want to. Interesting to say the least.
More books on the reading list is always a good thing. So is pho. The manicure, however, isn’t working out for me.
That’s too bad. I envision the green glitter is coming off and is everywhere. 🙂
I wish it were that benign. Instead, entire nails (the “polish”) have come off. I’m going to have to give up on the idea.