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This week was so hot and humid, I barely stepped foot outside. It was just so swampy, and my asthma goes nutso with weather like that. Today is no better either - weather like this does make me long for fall. Last week, I wasn't sure I was ready - thank you humidity for reminding me of why I am such an autumn lover!
In baby news my little guy turned 6 months old! I can hardly believe it! Time has really flown. He was 2 lbs 15 oz and 16 1/4 inches long at birth - now he is 13 lbs and 24 inches long! He is doing great. Also, my friend had her baby on the 2nd! She was the last of the baby brigade to be born - since October 2014, 7 babies have been born to friends and family. It is really an exciting time! I can't wait until they are all running around playing together.
We took a family trip to the Detroit Institute of Arts this morning - they have a new Rembrandt we wanted to see. Wyatt attracted attention as one of the youngest people there. One woman even commented that he is the littlest art critic she has met! We also looked at ourselves in a mirror that was created in the early 1700s; we talked about how long that mirror has been around, and how many different reflections it has displayed through the centuries, including that of us and Wyatt now.
Read Last Week:
In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware: This was so good! I realy enjoyed it. It was compared to Gone Girl and to The Girl on the Train - I liked it better than Girl on the Train but less than Gone Girl. It was very riveting and I read it every spare second I got!
Reading This Week:
Sideswiped by Kim Harrison: I never got to this last week, but I hope to read it this week.
The Hidden by Heather Graham: I guess I am on a bit of a Krewe of Hunters spree!
We are watching Penny Dreadful and 2 Broke Girls, two very different shows! I plan on starting The 100 this week as well. (Thanks Greg for the tip!)
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