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Brrrrrrrrrrrr!!! The cold weather has set in, and winter has showed its teeth in Michigan finally. Saturday we huddled inside keeping warm and being lazy, which was quite fun. I made soup, we read, we watched television - it was a good day. Today we ventured out a little, meeting my stepmom for coffee, then later on tonight, we are going to my brother's for dinner with him and his family. I am looking forward to it.
I also started a second blog, where I talk about other things - its more of a lifestyle/my life blog. You can check it out here if you are interested.
I am in the middle of two books right now, and I expect to finish them in just a day or two.
The Bear and the Nightingale (Netgalley): I am loving this book! I am halfway through and I think about it when I am not reading it. Although, I do think it is contributing to my feeling so cold...
Landline by Rainbow Rowell: I love Rainbow Rowell, and this book hasn't disappointed so far. I can't figure out yet how it will end! Always a good thing. It's a good book to balance out The Bear and the Nightingale.
A Darkness Absolute (Netgalley): I can't wait to start this! I loved City of the Lost, and I am really excited to see where Armstrong goes with this series.
Posted Last Week:
We just finished Longmire, now we have the long wait until next season...nooooo! I am also watching a few lighthearted shows - Drop Dead Diva, and Fresh Off The Boat. We are also watching Veronica Mars, which we love!! I didn't watch it when it first came out and it's fun to revisit that time frame. Lol. We are also going to start watching Sherlock very soon. As for reality shows, we are watching Top Chef and Alone. One of the contestants on Alone has a fantastic looking shelter. I kind of want her to build it in my backyard for me just to hang out and read in! Wyatt likes to watch a little Daniel Tiger in the morning, or to change it up, The Backyardigans.