yesterday, our bi-monthly Recent Reads gathering; the time seemed to come by sooner than (I’d )expected. Friend Margaret, hostess, served a delicious meal of both books and food, introducing us to Will Schwalbe – be sure to watch the video on the page. Friend Doris read The Winter Soldier – it sounds intriguing. I’ve not read any fiction so far this year so I think I’ll add it to my TBR list… My whole reason for initiating Recent Reads was to help jumpstart me to resume reading the occasional fiction title. So far this year, I think I’m batting zero …
home, the bright blue sky and warm-enough temps beckoned me for a quick walk to/through the park. I was delighted to see the pink blossoms on the trees against the bright blue sky!
we watched our local PBS station’s fund drive last night~ featuring Norman’s favorite male crooner: Nat King Cole. Norman knows the lyrics to all Nat’s songs. As he – Nat, that is – sang, I knit more rows on the log cabin blanket… a forever project tho’ one that helps me sharpen basic knitting techniques and also, develop the habit of knitting/stitching while watching TV…Gretchen Rubin’s new book Outer Order, Inner Calm indeed did arrive…and I dipped a bit into it. It’ll be a quick read…and good!
today, for sure has been unraveled…starting with bright sunshine and a warm temperature of 29° F + wind, making it feel like a a warm/cold 18° F…just the invitation one – ahem, I – needed to stay in jammies & robe – making it a s-l-o-w morning, er day… Lots of time spent researching, aka down a few YouTube holes. Pizza and champagne for our late lunch …mainly because N was hungry and I have a 7:30 pm concert. Laundry done! Still have month’s expenses to tally…
Joining Kat and friends for today’s Unraveled Wednesday.
6 thoughts on “unraveled wednesday | 3.6.19…”
Your trees are way ahead of ours. No signs of spring here yet and still very, VERY cold outside. I wouldn’t have minded so much, but it was also windy. No outside walk for us today.
Those blue skies… so gorgeous!! And, I have added these books to my “read list”!!
love seeing those pink blooms against your bright blue skies … and “researching, aka You-tube rabbit holes” almost made me spit out my coffee 🙂 Which concert did you see?
Interesting books Honore – thanks for the links. And LOVE the blue skies. As Dee said, no sign here of Spring…yet…and it is grey and COLD.
I don’t read less fiction these days. A friend and I were discussing whether our reading preferences have changed, if less well written fiction is being published. We didn’t come to any conclusions though.
Tell Norman I know all of the King’s lyrics, too! Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa men have named you
you’re so like the lady with the mystic smile… thanks to my Dad. I still have his vinyl 😉