Happy Sunday blog friends. Another week has come and gone...not much as happened here, and I am OK with that. It is early on a Sunday morning, and as I look out the window, I see snow...yep..SNOW...in March, and under that pretty snow, is a thick layer of ICE. Our pastor just called and church had to be cancelled. The department of transportation as issued "No Travel" warning, so it looks like a lazy Sunday for us. I have some cookies I need to bake for my mom's Historical Society Meeting, simple flowers, and maybe a recipe or two that I would like to try today, if I can move from the couch.
I was able to get a craft project done yesterday before the ice and yuck came, and even some good photos taken, hopefully I can share it with you tomorrow.
My two favorite shows started again this week. Grey's Anatomy was back, I will not spoil it for you, in case you have not watched it yet...but I was very happy with how it came out. Scandal was amazing as ever. I started watching it in the middle of last season, and I keep meaning to go back and watch the first seasons, but never have the time.
What really has me excited this week is the book that I started last Sunday and only have 50 more pages to read before it is done. Last week on the blog, I asked for suggestions on what I should read. Melissa of My Recent Favorite Books, suggested that I try the Cedar Cove Series by Debbie Macomber. I downloaded the first book 16 Lighthouse Road, and was HOOKED! It is set in a little town in Washington, and is simply AMAZING. Melissa described it as a "clean" romance with a little mystery. OH WOW was she right! It follows the lives of the people in this small town, it bounces from person to person, from house to house, from couple to couple, BUT, it is so easy to follow. I am hooked. With me being stuck at home today, I am sure I will finish this one, and start on the second one. It has been nice reading along with Collin the last few years, but I think I have read enough young adult books for a bit.time to read for ME. Thank you so much Melissa, your suggestion really was spot on.
Just one post this week here.
Until next time...stay warm and stay safe.