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Good morning! We are on tenterhooks in this country right now as we await the final voter counts in the 2020 Election. Even as the count seems to be going in a positive direction, there is sabotage and “poor loser” behavior going on. But what else is new in this strange world in which we live?
Meanwhile, reading has been good. Only two books read and reviewed this week, but they were lengthier than usual…and both were excellent. Seven blog posts kept me busy, and I did my usual tweaking of a couple of sites. These are the kinds of things that tend to stem the tide of anxiety that seems to be surrounding me.
Without further delay, let’s grab some caffeine boosts all around…and take a closer look at the week.
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOG:
Empty physical mailbox! But I downloaded one e-book.
The Next Wife, by Liz Lawler
“I should never have married him. I ignored the warnings. It’s what you do when you’re in love. Ignore what you don’t want to see.“
CURRENTLY READING: Finding Mrs. Ford, by Deborah Goodrich Royce
On a sunny summer morning by the sea in New England, Susan Ford’s cocoon of privilege is threatened when an Iraqi man from her distant past boards a plane in Baghdad to come find her.
I am ready to immerse myself in this story!
That was my week. What did yours look like? Hopefully only calm and peace lie ahead…and lots of books. Meanwhile, a lovely salmon dinner was a nice surprise for us this week.