Good morning, friends. After a very summer-like week, it's cool and grey in central New York this morning. I'm breaking out a sweater and getting ready for some football. A few errands and household chores need to happen first, but it finally feels like a fall Sunday. Have I mentioned recently how much I love autumn?
The Friday night getaway with my mom and sisters was SO much fun! We stayed up talking and laughing until nearly 3 AM, but still managed a fair bit of shopping before returning home last night. I'm on my third cup of coffee this morning and still dragging...
I didn't read or blog as much as I'd hoped this week. Still, I am enjoying...
Whose Body? by Dorothy L.Sayers
My first experience with both Sayers and classic British mysteries, but surely not the last.
The Story of the Lost Child by Elena FerranteI'm second on the library hold list, but decided to downloaded the audio version and listen until my turn comes. Hillary Huber's narration instantly carried me back into Elena and Lila's lives. I may fully give in to #FerranteFever and buy the book so I can read whenever I'm not listening.
On the blog//
Thoughts on The Oregon Trail by Rinker Buck
Comment Frustration... hopefully, I've found a solution!
Tuesday Intro: Whose Body?
In the kitchen//
Flounder Milanese with Arugula and Tomatoes from Skinnytaste.
I'm not sure the weather will cooperate this week, but soup sounds appealing... maybe some Butternut Bisque for lunches?
Banned Book Week is quickly approaching and I'd love to squeeze in a short book - maybe The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. This event always seems to sneak up on me. What is your favorite banned or challenged book?
Now I'm off to get started on those chores. I'll catch up on blog reading while watching the game. Hope you have a peaceful Sunday and get a chance to read a good book :)
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