I hope that you all made it through Thanksgiving relatively unscathed. We had the husband’s parents, youngest sister and her new husband here for the day and it was enjoyable. They helped us decorate our tree a little bit more (click to embiggen). We’re waiting on a little more ribbon and some frosted pinecone ornaments to finish her off.
I have a confession to make. This past week I spent a LOT of time staring at my computer and zoning out and not as much time reading. Shame on me, but apparently that’s what my mind and body needed in addition to copious amounts of food. I started reading Behold the Dreamers on Friday though, so I’m back on track. 🙂 What that means for you though is that this week will be a little silent as I read to provide content.
Here’s what you can do in the interim.
Give a book, get a book! – Share an Amazon wishlist of ONE book to the comments on this post, then go buy a book off someone else’s! Spread the joy of reading this holiday season!
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Thank you for reading my posts. Thanks for being here. You are my sunshine. Enjoy your week.