Good morning! I love Sundays, especially now that I don’t have to “go to work” on Mondays.
I’m curled up in my office reading Book Two in Melinda Leigh’s new Morgan Dane series: Her Last Goodbye.
A missing wife; Chelsea as an alternate narrator, who has been abducted and restrained in a dank container; and Morgan Dane and her partner Lance Kruger searching for her, while trying to determine who, if anyone, has taken her. Could she have left of her own volition? They are beginning to doubt this scenario.
I finished Book One this past week: Say You’re Sorry (click for my review), which held me hostage throughout.
I’m in my office this morning…this is what I see from the couch where I’m curled up to read:
And I’m sitting here:
Tonight I am eager to watch another episode of Ten Days in the Valley, with Kyra Sedgwick, and a continuation of the story of her missing daughter.
Another distraction for me this week was ordering a new clock for my office. The one I had broke, and while I don’t actually need one, since the computer shows the time, I want one to look at and check when the computer isn’t on.
So I ordered this decorative clock, coming by mail tomorrow.
This week’s wildfires just north of here have heightened my anxieties….what next? From hurricanes in the southern parts of the states to wildfires here, we have all had more than we were expecting. And much more than anyone deserves.
Immersing myself in books and blogging keeps me distracted…but it doesn’t really alleviate the anxiety. We’re all sending our positive energy out there, hoping for healing and resolution.
What are you thinking about on a Sunday? Do your thoughts take you to a place of hope and healing?