Good morning, Sunday Saloners. I hope that everyone is safe this morning, especially if you live on the East Coast. My thoughts are with you all.
This past week has been full of all kinds of events. With grandkids back in school, I expected to have more free time, but then I got that call from the school…Noah had a fever and had to go home. So off I go.
I did manage to get some editing done; some reading; a little blogging, like these posts:
I also touched base with my publishing consultant, and I’m planning a launch for Interior Designs in the near future.
Meanwhile, my son and daughter-in-law both had birthdays, so last night we went out to celebrate at our favorite China bistro.
Earlier in the day, my granddaughter and I went to the gym, and then saw The Help together. This was my second time, and I enjoyed it just as much (or more) than the first time.
Here she is in a photo with a friend taken a few days ago…clowning around.
My granddaughter is the one on the left.
My Reading Week-Click Titles for Reviews:
1. On Chesil Beach, by Ian McEwan
2. Commencement, by J. Courtney Sullivan
3. Digging Out, by Anne Richardson (Roiphe)
Meanwhile, I’ve started rereading The Handmaid’s Tale for a read-along.
Later today, I’m going to work some more on my WIP; post another update about my progress; continue reading The Handmaid’s Tale, and…oh, yeah. Maybe I’ll do a little vegging out!
What about you?