Hi All and happy Sunday. I hope you are having a good week and good weekend. Ours has been pretty good, though I have been fairly quiet on the blog. For me, it started with a glorious bank holiday, which also happened to be my birthday and a visit to a nearby museum/stately home and picnic in the grounds. It ended with a trip to a small Scottish village for a friend’s 60th birthday and much drinking and dancing. It’s probably no wonder I didn’t get much blogging done! In fact, I only posted twice.
First, was an introduction to my latest read, My Husband’s Lies by Caroline England, which I’ve been really enjoying and which was followed by review of vegan recipe book, Plants Taste Better by Richard Buckley. Although not a vegan, I am a veggie and this book gave me lots of lovely ideas of what to cook and how to use the whole plant. I felt healthier just looking at the gorgeous photos! I had hoped to get up my review of The Things We Learn When We’re Dead by Charlie Laidlaw but that will have to wait till this week.
What else will make it onto the blog is another matter as I have nothing scheduled and nothing planned. As part of getting my blogging mojo back I have decided not to stress so much. I have a lot of work on next week, so I may not post at all, or I may find it a nice release from writing about health and social care!
And that’s it for me – a short and sweet post. How was your week, reading and otherwise?
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