Sunday Salon - Crazy, crazy, crazy

It has been one of those weeks that has been fraught with a bit of drama and one of those weeks that I would like to forget and I am not going to mention it, as it the issue seems to be getting resolved. 

Funnily enough, the day before all my high drama on Thursday, was my best day in a number of weeks; this past Wednesday was pretty good and I had a very good day.

The snow has all but disappeared from the big snowfall that we had 2 weeks ago, except for the piles of snow that litter the parking lots and wherever there was snow piled up and now the rain is coming down and am looking forward to the days with sun that will likely be far and few between for the rest of the remaining winter.

In terms of reading, it wasn't very good for some reason; guess I got a little too focused on my personal issues and therefore got sidetracked with the reading aspect, that and I was busy most evenings this past week, except for Sunday and Thursday.  But I did have Friday off and managed to get a book done.  I also picked up 11/22/63 (along with some others) and started yesterday and after reading the first part, I am really looking forward to reading it this coming week.  And yesterday I managed to make some strides on my reading and am hoping that I can get a lot of reading done in the next few weeks.

Hope you all have a relaxing Sunday.

Reviews:
1. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by J.K. Rowling

Comments

Burgandy Ice said…
Sometimes LIFE does take over, doesn't it? Sometimes reading does, too, so it sorta evens out. :-)

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Gigi Ann said…
Fortunately, real life didn't interfere with my reading this week during the Read-A-Thon reading week.

I hope all of life's problems are smoothing out and you can move on to bigger and better things. Have a great Sunday.
Kathmeista said…
Sorry to hear about the drama but glad it's being resolved. Hope next week is smoother and more peaceful!

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