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Sunday Reflections – 09 January 2022

Sunday Reflections – 09 January 2022

Reading: Finishing up Empire of Sin by Gary Krist. Listening: Classical music and trying to figure out my next audiobook. Do I choose something short and sweet to up my finished book count? Or something longer to avoid having to write a review quickly? Watching: One...
Sunday Reflections – 09 January 2022

Sunday Reflections – 02 January 2022

Happy Sunday! I thought I would shake things up a bit and change the format of my Sunday posts to make them a little easier to read and maybe a bit more interesting as well. Plus, change is good. Reading: Empire of Sin by Gary Krist, a nonfiction account of New...
Sunday Reflections – 09 January 2022

Sunday Reflections – 28 November 2021

And just like that, we enter the last month of the year. I swear 2021 crawled until October. Since then, however, time is passing in a blur. Thanks to the shipping delays, I wisely made almost all of my holiday purchases earlier than normal and start December feeling...
Sunday Reflections – 09 January 2022

Sunday Reflections – 31 October 2021

Happy Halloween! Ours is going to be a quiet one today. Jim left this morning for a business trip, while Holly works tonight. Currently, she is participating in a trick-or-treat event sponsored by the high school. The dogs and I are settling in for a peaceful...
Sunday Reflections – 09 January 2022

Sunday Reflections – 17 October 2021

It is 66 degrees and sunny right now. We have windows open. The dogs are snoozing. The Packers beat the Bears…again. It’s a great Sunday! All’s quiet on the Shannon front. Nothing totally unusual happened this week. Tallulah saw the vet for the first...
Sunday Reflections – 09 January 2022

Sunday Reflections – 10 October 2021

Is anyone struggling to accept the fact that the end of 2021 is less than three months away? I’m not ready to start shopping for the holidays, but given the shipping delays and general shortages, it means I better shake off that particular malaise and start...