If we were having coffee, I’d tell you it’s like October here today, but the sun’s trying to come out.
Neil and Isla have gone to the shops, and I’m here on coffee and ready to share. Settle in.
We went to a pop-up market in town this week and spent too much on mojito fudge that didn’t actually have mojito in it, I was disappointed. This is an actual mojito fudge recipe. I probably won’t try it myself, but there it is.
Yesterday Isla and I took a road-trip with my Dad that included me car-singing Up On The Roof. By myself. Dad took Isla into the bank, but I had fun.
Did I tell you Isla has a kite now? And she has absolutely zero interest in it?
But she does like to strut, apparently.
If we were having coffee, I’d tell you it’s exactly a week til New York Times. Or a week til travel to New York time.
Isla wakes up every morning asking, Is it Nana day yet? Next Sunday.
If we were having coffee, you’d see we’re already in packing mode. In related news, Isla spent most of the morning walking around with one of my bras on her head. No pictures, please.
In further related news, Neil has um, suggested that I only take my Kindle with me on the trip. Even if we’re just going somewhere overnight, I take six books. And my Kindle. But New York is made of hopes and dreams and bookshops, so let’s conserve space in the luggage.
And really, I have a
few metric shit-ton books on my Kindle, anyway.
Current highlights include:
I Am Pilgrim – what took me so long with this event of a book?
And I’m getting my YA fix with When Dimple met Rishi.
So, that’s three books and two blogs.
If we we’re having coffee, I’d say go and say Happy Birthday to Traci, because it’s y’know, her birthday.
So there you have 3 books, 3 Blog(ger)s.
How’s your week been?
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