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Good morning all, I hope you are enjoying your weekend. It’s a rainy Sunday morning here. After another hectic week at work, I have spent most of my weekend relaxing at home. We’ve been working in the middle of construction at the office building since the end of last year and were temporary relocated to another area while they renovated our department for a few months, so working in between departments has been stressful to say the least. You don’t fully unpack your things and you’re often looking for stuff you need and trying to remember what box you put what in etc. We finally moved our things over to our newly renovated area on Friday so on Monday I’ll finally be back at my own cubicle. Sigh of relief. Everything is nice and new so that’s good too. I can stand up now and work that way if I want to, my desk rises with the touch of a button.
One Book in my Mailbox This Past Week:
In the mail this week is a Goodreads win, The Female Persuasion by Meg Wolitzer.
I look forward to reading it and it is nice because The Ten-Year Nap by this author was one of the first books I received in the mail for review many years ago when I began my first book blog. I still have alot of those old review books on my shelves.
“From the New York Times-bestselling author of The Interestings, an electric, multilayered novel about ambition, power, friendship, and mentorship, and the romantic ideals we all follow deep into adulthood, not just about who we want to be with, but who we want to be.”
Survive the Night (Rocky Mountain K9 Unit) by Katie Ruggle. It is good so far, it is part of a series but I was able to jump right in without having read the others. I’m trying to finish this one up this month so it will make 4 books read for January.
I posted my thoughts on The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman, which was a wonderful read and I really enjoyed the magical, yet scary aspects of the storyline.
I finished up a ripple blanket a few weeks ago and finally took pics. Otis always claims the crocheted blankets around here. He is currently sitting on my lap as I type this post up, he is good company.
That wraps it up for now, oh and I had a frozen margarita this past week at my favorite Mexican restaurant. With chicken quesadillas but I forgot to take pics of the food, it was so good though. Sour cream and guac. Hmmmmm. I already want to go back.
Enjoy your week, what are you reading? Doing?
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