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Sunday, October 18, 2009

Weekend Roundup


It has been another uneventful weekend for us. I anticipate that most will be now that winter is coming and my honey works on Saturdays.

I did go over to a friends house Saturday night to play Rockband with them and my husband came after work. It was nice to get out of the house after being cooped up all day. It was even better to get out and be social with great friends.

Today I went on my Sunday walk that I have missed the past two weekends. I really enjoy the walks but with the rainy season coming we wont get to go as much. We still go when it rains but if it's a downpour day we skip.

I'm craving soup again for dinner but I think my kids will disown me if I keep making soup so I will resist the urge to have a pot of yummy soup simmering all day on the stove.

I haven't gotten a whole lot read this week. I finished one book and I'm well into a second. I did something I haven't done in ages and I still can't believe I did it. I put a book down after 50 pages. I just couldn't get into it, I'm not sure why. I think normally I'd really enjoy the story so I'm going to give it a few months and re-check it out and try again. Right now I'm reading After by Amy Efaw and so far it's good. It's evoking some strong emotions from me so we'll see how it goes, but I anticipate I'll enjoy it.

Well that's all for me this week. I hope everyone had a great weekend and here's some good vibes for a great week ahead!

4 comments:

J. Kaye said...

I get that way with books, but here's the bad part. Once I sour on a book, I never pick up interest again. I haven't always been like this and I have no idea why I've changed.

The soup sounds like a great idea. I'm mean, I'd make mine eat it...lol.

Zia said...

J.Kaye - LOL normally I would make them eat it, but I've been on a soup binge lately. I think I've made 8+ batches over the last couple months. They're kind of sick of it lol.

J. Kaye said...

Oh! Well, okay, then I'd have to skip the temptation...lol. I do love soup and fresh bread. When the kids are gone, we'll be doing more of that. :)

Sheila (bookjourney) said...

I like this post about your weekend. Soup always sounds good to me! :)