Good morning, Sunday Saloners!
Here in California’s Central Valley, the temperature is dropping to a more “autumn-like” number. Yesterday I even had to close the patio door mid-morning, as I was actually feeling cold.
I am very happy about this turn of events, as I am so ready for brisk days.
For some reason, my reading week seemed to take on a snail’s pace, partly because I was reading longer books, especially my third one, an historical novel full of dense details.
But I can’t blame the books entirely. I was also caught up in the blissful obsession of two new toys: my new TV, which I enjoyed way too much this week; and my new printer/scanner/fax machine.
Since buying Louisa May, my new laptop, I have been without my old printer and scanner—incompatible with the computer.
But my youngest son arrived with this combination device that has brought me back into the world of scanning. I used it yesterday to post some of my Saturday Snapshots.
Here is my office with its newest addition:
Yes, it is more crowded, but I rearranged things so I can still work!
On the Blogs:
1. More Than You Know – by Penny Vincenzi
2. Dangerous Affairs, by Diana Miller
3. The Heir, by Barbara Taylor Bradford
Today I hope to start reading a book from next week’s stack: Sweet Tooth, by Ian McEwan. I’ve been noticing this one around the blogs, and I have enjoyed several books by this author.
I also plan to kick back and watch some movies on the DVR. What about the rest of you? Books? Movies? Outings?