Welcome to Friday, and welcome to another weekly update. Here’s what I’ve been up to:
Reading: This week I finished The Exiles by Christina Baker Kline and The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson.
Cooking: I whipped up this chicken fajita casserole this week. Cheesy, quick, and low-carb, yum!
Listening: Fruit of the Drunken Tree by Ingrid Rojas Contreras is my current listen. Look at that gorgeous cover — zowie.
Watching: Aren’t you so glad that The Great British Bake Off is back on Netflix? What a sweet palate cleanser it is. My only complaint is that this show makes me crave cake constantly! An episode drops every Friday morning, so I know what I’ll be watching later today!
Voting: We mailed in our ballots late last week. Hooray! I keep reading statistics about how many millions of people have already voted — amazing. I did watch the final debate last night. It was less awful than the first, but I wouldn’t call it a pleasant evening of television.
Snowing: Yup. We had a wintery storm here in Wisconsin over the last couple of days. It’s only October, but it’s time to start swiping my husband’s warm socks. I know that some of you are still suffering from extreme heat and probably can’t imagine.
I hope your week has been lovely, and that you’ll tell me all about it. Have a phenomenal weekend as well!
4 thoughts on “The Relentless Weekly – Oct. 23, 2020”
That fajita chicken casserole looks so tasty – thanks for the recipe! Fruit of the Drunken Tree definitely pulls me in with that cover. So pretty!
Wish I’d had that fajita casserole recipe last week when my husband bought a ginormous package of chicken. He’s doing the grocery shopping and it’s an adventure!
Ooh, chicken fajita casserole! That sounds wonderful!
How did you like The Splendid and the Vile? I really enjoyed all the little personal details of Churchill’s life 🙂
And I’m definitely loving having The Great British Baking Show back, but my husband has also found that it makes him crave pastries.