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week in review: plenty of reading


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…

Chicken pho and crab fried rice (for more than one meal.) Craving satisfied!

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:

This looks like a little bit of mental confusion to me. The chicken + the “opossum hugger” made me laugh.

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

      1. 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.

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