|This relates to my blog today. I've basically got nothing new to talk about. Sigh*|
Weather: overcast. Yesterday was lovely, though, and we worked in a long dog-walk. When I say "worked in" I mean between watching TV and eating something.
Family: Don is watching golf on TV. Carly is doing laundry and playing video games. I am writing a blog about nothing.
Books: I finished one book this week Moloka'i. I finished it in the nick of time for book club on Wednesday. In fact, I recommend it for a book club selection. Here is my review if you want to see why. I am working on two more book club selections for upcoming months: The Last Resort by Stapley (31%) for my SOTH club and Fifty Words for Rain by Lemmie (53%) for our RHS club. I would describe my feelings about both of these books as lukewarm. Wait until I finish them for a full review before you decide to read them or not. A lot can happen still.
Cybils Nonfiction Finalists reviews: I have now posted all but three of the twenty-one reviews for the finalists I read for the nonfiction category. Check out my reviews by following the links in this post.
Cookies: I baked the cookies I found in this article: Douglas Shortbread Cookies with Jam. (Bloomberg News.) I think the family would review them as excellent and they are quite easy, in fact the title of the article calls them 'no-fail.'
Bingeing: We are binge watching "Call the Midwife." In two weeks we have watched four seasons. I know. Who cares?
What happened the flu this year? Hardly any cases. Could it be masks and social distancing actually works? Hmm?
Watch this and laugh: If you are one of the few people in the world who hasn't seen this, watch it now!-- Silent Monks Sing Hallelujah Chorus. It makes me so happy.
A few more funnies I found this week:
1. Does no one at Amazon double check to make sure that names and colors are correct? Like Gary and Gray are the same thing?
2. I'd say this is me exactly these days. If I have to go to the grocery store for food, the trip is so unique and exhausting I have to rest when I get home. Ha!
3.Yeah. Scientist, explain this to me.
4. Isn't this the truth?