Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com If at birth you could select the profession your child would eventually pursue, would you do so? In a way, it would be nice because then I can be certain that my child would succeed and have a stable life long after I was gone, but a lot of parents … Continue reading Question of the Week #16
I don’t know if this is a butterfly or a moth but it was super pretty. My dog and I went out in the porch where I happened to look down and see this beauty. I wish there were more butterflies.
Top 10 Tuesday: Topographic Book Covers
This week’s top 10 Tuesday is a little hard for me because even though I admire book covers, I needed to look up books to be inspired to create this list. I’ve read most of the following books, there’s only a couple I haven’t read yet but definitely on my to read list. 1. Eat … Continue reading Top 10 Tuesday: Topographic Book Covers
Sunday Scribblings: Bed
I make my bed every day. It’s not always when I get up right away, but I always try to go back and make it before the morning’s over with. There’s just something satisfying about a made bed. It’s like you can start the day on the right foot. Plus, it’s nice to get into … Continue reading Sunday Scribblings: Bed
7 Books I’d Want on a Desert Island
The question of what books would you have if you were on a stranded island (and all its variants) is always a little weird because it’s presuming you got stranded here by accident due to a wreck or something, so why would you be sitting here reading when you need to be out there surviving … Continue reading 7 Books I’d Want on a Desert Island
Question of the Week #7
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Do you think the world will be a better or worse place 100 years from now? I don't think it'll be necessarily better or worse. How you see the world is through your life experiences. There'll be new world problems, new technologies, new everything. Someone will complain that if things … Continue reading Question of the Week #7
Photo by Ashley French 2022 I’m currently reading A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas. It’s the second book in a series, right after A Court of Thorns and Roses. I enjoyed the first book, it reminded me of many different stories, Beauty and the Beast first and foremost. I’ll probably write … Continue reading Currently Reading.
My Week (8/8 thru 8/12 2022)
Photo by Anni Roenkae on Pexels.com It's been a long week. Aside from working a couple days this week, I stayed home and did absolutely nothing other than washing dishes and doing laundry. I didn't even leave the house to do a run to the Dollar General, and I always go at least once each … Continue reading My Week (8/8 thru 8/12 2022)
Putting Sweet into Sweet Potatoes.
Photo by Ashley French 2022 I’m not a big fan of sweet potatoes but a couple weeks or so ago I found a recipe for a sweet potato casserole to make for my husband occasionally since he likes sweet potatoes. It’s more like a dessert than an actual side dish so take that for what … Continue reading Putting Sweet into Sweet Potatoes.
15 Favorite Books
I forgot that today was National Book Lover’s Day. You would have thought I’d remember that since I work at a library and we had a couple things going on today. We passed out cupcakes with mini books in it that a couple of employees made. We also had a book swap where people brought … Continue reading 15 Favorite Books