This week went by in a flash.
In addition to teaching, finished reading Imperfect Union and both started and finished The Last Emperox and Magpie Murders.
Thanks, Quail Ridge Books!
I cooked a pork loin this week. This may surprise some since I’m not a huge fan of pork. But it turned out to be very, very delicious.
“So good!” says Krystal
I’ve finally improved on cooking rice, making onion-and-pepped rice which Krystal enjoyed. And she really likes rice, so I know it’s good.
We’ve gotten around to finally putting some of our art on the wall. Of course, that also means we’ve ordered more from our favorite artists. I’ll share those pieces when they come in. This week, a piece destined for our kitchen came in:
They also sent us a cute dragon sticker and a lovely card!
I’ve also had fun online, finding these fun “quaramemes”
A friend asked me to describe my pandemic experience with book titles found in my home:
What titles would you choose?
Of course, I then organized my main bookshelf.
I won some toilet paper playing trivia with some podcast hosts
I watched another Star Wars film for the first time, The Last Jedi. I tweeted my reactions.
This week I was described as
the sarcastic voice of morality sounding like Tom Servo
This may be one of the best compliments I have ever received.
Finally, those of you who’ve read Stories in the End might recall a certain car in many of the pictures at the end of the book.
I reached out to a car buff on Twitter and he’s come back with some identification!
“Had to do a double-take on this one. It’s a 1939 Mercury 4 door sedan, but headlight bezels are from a 1940 Mercury or Ford.”
What have you been up to?