Sunday, April 6, 2014

A little spring

Just a few recent photos. Hint: photos tend to look more interesting in collage form.

This weekend has been fairly gray, but whatever. It's supposed to get much sunnier and warmer tomorrow! Here are a few things going on with me:

  • MOVIES: I finally saw Frozen yesterday. I think all the hype influenced me and I liked it, but didn't love it. I prefer Tangled. I also watched Jobs on Netflix this weekend, and thought it was good and enlightening (depending on its accuracy). I knew very little about Steve Jobs.
  • BOOKS: I just finished the book Parallel by Lauren Miller. I liked it! I also recently finished the second book in the Myron Bolitar series by Harlan Coben, and I'm currently reading Lost Lake by Sarah Addison Allen and rereading Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict by Laurie Viera Rigler.
  • HAPPY: I'm looking forward to having some friends over next weekend for a spring gathering, and then visiting my parents over Easter weekend!
How about you? Seen any good movies? Read any good books? What are you looking forward to in April?


  1. That is a nice looking collage : )

    Books - I just finshed Sycamore Row, the latest John Grisham book, and it was excellent. Listening to a Harlen Coben book and having trouble getting into it and Scott Brick's overacting. A co-worker recommended Wool and I just got it from the library so I'll be starting that probably tomorrow.

    April - Looking forward to a gathering for a friend's birthday at the end of the month, a sort of 3-day weekend over Easter, and better weather for sure!

    1. Wool!

      Thank you. :) And thanks for being so thorough in your answer! I forgot you get a day off at Easter..that should be a very nice weekend!

  2. A beautiful spring tribute!

    I finally finished reading "Children Are Diamonds" (An African Apocalypse) by Edward Hoagland. It is a very interesting book but hard to get into with a lot of run-on sentences. Also, "One Light Still Shines" by Marie Monville. This is a true story. Very fast moving. I enjoyed reading it, except the final chapter was a bit of a let down. Now I'm reading "Pilgrim's Wilderness" by Tom Kizzia. Another true story based in Alaska

    After all that's happened in the past few months, I'm looking forward to catching-up at home and going on some summer camping trips.

    Love, Mom



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