Life: What a week it has been! I am glad a new one is beginning and surprised to realise this is the last TSS of March. Time keeps accelerating when I would like it to slow down. The crocuses have bloomed and gone, the daffodils are now in full bloom, plants are sprouting up, trees are budding and soon the tulips will be opening.
Family Update: My week began rather unfortunately and DH was kind enough to take a very extended weekend to be with me. For us it was a rare treat. Granted much of the time we spoke of how we would pay for college, upcoming trips the guys are taking, the new roof that will be under construction soon and a much needed new driveway. I never said my life was exciting. We also spent much needed down time checking out movies from the library. We do not go out to see movies, so basically anything after 1988 is fair game, which means we have a lot of movies to select from. I finally was able to watch all of the Matrix movies, something I had wanted to do for some time. I find it interesting that I do not enjoy sci-fi books, but in movies I usually do not mind.
Saturday Night: Once again we found ourselves without one of the boys this weekend. This time it was Twin A’s turn to be out of town. There was a theatre competition and so he was away for that. My oldest did not have to work in the morning so the four of us stayed up appalling late watching movies of various genres and slept in shamefully late, all that was missing was Twin A.
Read and Reviewed: With the week I was having my goal was to read four books and I managed to read and review 6 books, so I am happy. I have a back log of books I had hoped to read, but as of Thursday I had read and reviewed my 95th book of 2011 and decided I deserved a break. If one does not want to wait until Monday to see the entire list for the week, all my reviews are up and as usual I love comments.
Today I will be reading: History of a Suicide by Jill Bialosky
Happy Reading and please feel free to leave comments or suggestions.
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