Well it's Wednesday and the middle of the work week. Even though I can't say I work outside the place, I do work at home which in some ways my week is all week and not five days.
This week I've been trying to accomplish some fall cleaning. I have washed the cabinets down. Today it's steam cleaning the rugs
I need to do the windows, they look terrible.
That's another day.
But when I'm not doing any of this cleaning, I'm able to take break and work on prepping of the blocks and a little bit a knitting.
I'm almost done with heels and almost time for the cuff
Not sure if I will have enough time to get them done by the end of the month to put as one of my finishes for this quarter but I'm gonna try.
Last month was my first time I attended the book club with my friend Donna and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Next month read is Dietland.
I haven't started it yet and really do not know much about it I just downloaded it the other day. I hope to get started on that soon and I can tell you more about it.
Here is what described om Amazon
An Amazon Best Book of May 2015: Warning: this debut novel from a onetime writer for Seventeen and Mademoiselle is not what it might at first seem to be: a funny send-up of the beauty industry and the media that support it. Well, ok, it is that, at least for the first 50 pages or so, but it soon becomes one of the more intelligent, and not a little subversive, depictions of women in our society. Oh, drat: that makes it sound brainy and Feminism 101-y, which is not right, either. So... trying again. Read Dietland, the tale of a young, overweight woman who hides behind a skinny-girl persona to write an advice column for a women’s magazine – and is soon drawn into an underground community of women who forthrightly and fabulously reject that culture. Read it not only because it’s smart and timely (and shocking: it explicitly takes on the adult film culture as well), but because it’s heartbreaking and tragic and very very comic (as long as you like your laughs dark) and because it will guarantee that you never look at a lipstick or a pair of stilettos or a bathroom scale the same way again. Sarai Walker is some kind of twisted sister. And of course I mean that as the highest possible compliment. – Sara Nelson