I hope everyone had a good weekend. Mine was fine. It rained, but I usually manage stay busy so that’s rarely a problem. I returned the knife set. Yeah I know everyone told me to keep it, but Wizard looked at them, and immediately told me to return them. Both of us disliked the grip and thought the handles are flimsy. It’s not a big deal, I have my set while I keep searching. I have a chef knife set in mind that’s a little pricy but not too bad.
While I was out to return the knives, I bought some basic t-shirts too, then came home and cleaned out a bunch of clothes. I have more to do, but isn’t there always more? I’m trying to stop buying clothes unless I really think I’ll wear them. I have zero fashion sense, but I’m super picky about the way things fit.
Otherwise I made enchiladas and baked some cookies that Youngest and I can eat (we can’t eat the ones in my freezer). I planned to see youngest but he finally got the virus going around the rest of our family (so far, Wizard and I have been spared).
I’ve been reading THE PASSING OF THE NIGHT: My Seven years As A Prisoner of the North Vietnamese by General Robinson Risner. I really like the book, although I have some feelings about the editing. It’s a publisher I don’t recognize, and when I looked up, it appeared to be a vanity publisher. I feel this book (and story) deserved better, but that’s just my opinion. In any case, I’m nearly finished with the book, so I kept reading despite the things that bugged me.
I just finished listening to THE LIES I TELL by Julie Clark, which is a suspense about a woman who gets involved with a female con artist with the intension to expose her — but things don’t go the way she expects. I liked the book and enjoyed trying to figure out who was the bad guy. I don’t think it was a thriller as billed, but more of a mystery suspense.
I have no idea what I’m going to read next I’m really skipping around in my choices a lot, LOL
This week, I’m going to start packing up and prepping to have the floors installed next week. Wizard has a bunch of stuff he’s taking care of, so I’m going to get what I can do and take the pressure off him.
How was your weekend?