Good Sunday Morning

October 6, 2013 catching up, sunday, Weekly catch up 2

Good Morning…albeit a late morning!  I was up late reading…finishing a book, until 3am.  I do this so often it’s not really extraordinary, but I still regret it the next day.  I woke at 9 with not much on the agenda today.

It’s been a busy week!  I finished 2 books in print and one in audio at the beginning of the week.  I started listening to a Laura Lippman audiobook, And When She Was Good.  Wow it’s kept me hooked.  Heloise is a suburban madam.  When a similar operation is found and busted in her area she feels like she’s bullet proof and has done her job of setting up a business front, paying her taxes, taking care of her employees.  We learn about her past and how it returns to threaten her happy home.  So good.  In print I’m starting a new book by a local YA author, releasing 10/15.  The Vow from Jessica Martinez.

Our family isn’t nearly as busy with just one child at home.  Nick’s day is crazy but of his own making.  He has started running to school in the morning, some days doing a little lifting too. He showers there.  School all day then lifting and wrestling after school.  Home about 5pm.  Rest, dinner, homework.  He does seem happy. 

Yesterday I got to browse a book store, and have lunch out with Kevin…a nice change of pace.
Adrienne and Caitie are doing fine away at college.  Next weekend is Family weekend at UNF, but we’ll only be heading up on Sunday for Caitie’s sorority luncheon.  Missing Adrienne, but she’s doing much better so far away at UB.

Plans for today include a nap, grocery store and then just relaxing with a book or movie.  I’d like to write some reviews for the blog today too.  Enjoy your Sunday!!

2 Responses to “Good Sunday Morning”

  1. Sandy Nawrot

    I’m not doing well in print, but that is usually the case. Just this second is the first time I’ve sat down today. We went to 7:30 Mass, I went grocery shopping, then a four hour dog adoption event, and here we are. In about 15 minutes, my family is going to start screaming for dinner. Ugh. I just want to close my eyes for a minute.

  2. Anita

    I find myself anticipating the days of not revolving myself around my 3 kids and I fee guilty for thinking that way.

    Listening to you talk about your free time…do you miss the craziness of having 3 kids at home?

    I don’t want to rush into another phase, however, having more reading time, among other things, will be nice. 🙂

    I’m glad things are going well with you and your family.

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