SUNDAY POTPOURRI: MY GREAT ESCAPE….

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What do I tend to do when I’m troubled, sad, or just bored?

Change things up on a blog…or read a lot of books.  This week I did both, reading and reviewing FIVE books…and changing up the headers on this blog (see above), and Serendipity, where you can read my Weekly Updates, with details about my reading.

 

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The baby in the header above is my great-niece, who reminds us that you don’t have to be a grown-up to love reading whatever you can get your hands on…lol.

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I also love going to one of the neighborhood restaurants and eating soup…with a martini or a margarita.

Yesterday, it was pea soup and a strawberry margarita.  The book I was reading on Pippa was Two If By Sea, by Jacquelyn Mitchard.  I’ve had the book since May.

 

 

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Here’s the dessert, which I really shouldn’t have had…but sometimes we just have to go with our weakest impulses…lol.  Key Lime pie, with coffee.

 

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Then I came home to resume reading Rosemary:  The Hidden Kennedy Daughter, by Kate Clifford Larson.

 

 

 

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Tonight I am looking forward to a line-up of shows that make Sunday a wonderful day in the week:  Madame Secretary; Secrets & Lies; and a couple of movies from the DVR.  Next Sunday, The Affair returns.  Yay!

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What does your Sunday look like?  What great escapes have you planned?

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4 thoughts on “SUNDAY POTPOURRI: MY GREAT ESCAPE….

  1. Your great niece is a cutie. I love how you pair soup with a margarita! I’m working on my Year of Projects post as I have tremendous progress from last week on my first sock and my jumper. Then I need to start on small card creations as my daughters have their school pictures and I want to send them at as usually each year I slack on that. I am also feeling thankful as my parents are in Sydney and are still on land. Their ship is supposed to sail this evening to New Zealand which has been hit by a massive earthquake and tsunamis are slowly rolling in.

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    1. Thanks! I do think she’s adorable, too. As for soup and drinks, they’re a great combo. lol

      As for that sailing plan…it doesn’t sound good. Staying on land sounds like a better idea.

      Enjoy your knitting, Stefanie!

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