I started to wonder whether or not I could continue to call myself a book blogger…the answer is yes.
I finished Life From Scratch (delightful and much deeper than I expected), I re-read Dept. of Speculation for an upcoming chat on The Socratic Salon, and I gobbled up a couple of graphic novels that I’ll share tomorrow in my Monday post.
There was a lot of sticking to your ribs sort of food around here this week: Chicken Tetrazzini and a Baked Potato Casserole. Both recipes were from Taste of Home magazine. I’m so glad to have kept up that particular subscription because YUM.
Daredevil, of course! AMAZING. My husband is watching it with me. We’ll be finishing off the final episodes today. Then we’ll join the masses in impatiently waiting for the next season.
If you’re friends with me on Facebook, or follow me on Twitter, you might know that the LGBT kids in my town are in a constant fight with the powers-that-be at their high school. It became more intense this week when the kids signed on to participate in the National Day of Silence. The high school administration discriminates, there’s no other way to state it. They wanted to silence them on the Day of Silence which is protesting the constant silencing of LGBT kids. (IRONIC MUCH??) The kids pushed back with the knowledge that they have the law on their side. Supporting these kids has quickly become very important to me. I’d like to thank ALL of you for your kind words and support over the last few days. My daughter appreciates it too!
My son, Carter, was chosen as a Senior Rep for Slice of Life Photography. Some of the photos from their first shoot have come back. They are SO. GOOD. Awesome photos from an awesome photographer. Hooray!
What are you loving, reading, watching? Tell me, I’m listening!