Saturday, January 12, 2013

Sunday Salon - January 13

Boy am I ready for this week - it means that last week is over! The Big Guy's mother has been in the hospital since last Monday and Mini-me moved this weekend. I'm not sure what this week will bring but at least it's a fresh start. Hope you've all had a good week!

Here's What I'm:

Listening To: I've been releasing my inner rock chick this week, partly because of more car time with Miss H, partly just to relieve stress. Sick Puppies, We Came As Romans, The Used and even some Limp Bizkit on my way home from work the other day. I refuse to worry about what the people in the cars next to me thought about that one!

Watching: A "Live From Daryl's House" marathon on Palladia on Friday. Found some interesting artists that were new to us.

Reading: Persuasion by Jane Austen for a readalong, Jennie Nash's latest Perfect Red, and I might just start Les Miserable this week and try to play catch up on another readalong.

Making: Breakfast for supper. Mini-me moved yesterday and I fed the moving crew pancakes and eggs. I know, I know, it's not the usual moving day meal but I had to. The first time Mini-me's old roommate ever ate dinner with us we had pancakes and for some reason it turned into a big joke between us.

Planning: Stripping down the Christmas decorations and the first of the year always inspire me to do some rearranging and reorganizing and this year is no exception. Some of what I want to do is going to require The Big Guy to move some wiring - that's going to take some major sweet talking!

Grateful for: The support of family and friends this week.

Loving: Special K Cracker Chips. Miss H and I are working on eating better and you get to eat a lot of these little babies for only 110 calories. Plus they taste good, always a key to helping convince me to pay that extra money that diet foods cost.

Looking forward to: Book club this week. I hope that some of the ladies took the time this month to read the book, Don't Let's Go To The Dogs Tonight by Alexandra Fuller. So much to discuss and I purposely picked something that was quick and not too long.

What are you looking forward to this week? 

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