It's Monday! What Are You Reading is hosted by Kathryn at Book Date
This week spring cleaning hit us hard - Billy and I have made plans to revitalize our house, since we haven't changed it really since we moved in 16 years ago! This planning led to us starting to throw out/donate/sell some of the stuff we no longer need, that we have accumulated over time. It's been fun! We haven't done anything too big, and don't plan on going nuts - we just want to make a few little changes here and there to breathe new life into our home. We have a small budget but lots of ideas! A fresh coat of paint, some new artwork, new curtains, a little ingenuity and creativity - small things can make a big impact.
Also, our little guy has had a huge month! Turned 1, got 3 new teeth, grew two inches in length, and drum roll.....gained a pound!!! Woohoo! Little man is working so hard and eating like a champ. We also got a new physical therapist for him - he has motor delays stemming from his birth, and we love this new PT. She is perfect for working with our guy - she is patient, gentle, and kind.
Read Last Week:
Fire Touched by Patricia Briggs: I swear, this series gets better and better! I loved this book!
Reading This Week:
Death of a Nurse by M.C. Beaton: I love this series. It is such a cozy mystery series to snuggle up with, and now with the return of winter, boo, I needed a snuggly book.
The Happiness of Pursuit by Chris Guillebeau: Received from Blogging for books. I think this is going to be the book that Billy and I have our mini book club with this month! He will listen while I read. I am excited to see where our discussion will take us!
Posted Last Week:
The Walking Dead - what what what was that episode last week!! I can't even fathom...Daryl is my favorite!
Outsiders - this show is nuts!! It's like Mad Max meets a crazy tribe of Mountain men
and the usual suspects - iZombie, Vampire Diaries, The Originals, and Supernatural
We also watched the Nova episode Secrets of Stonehenge. I had to watch it for my archaeology class, and it was extremely interesting! I highly recommend it- it is available on Amazon Prime.