Anyway, I will be linking this post up to the usual suspects:
I had some meeting fun at work this week - meeting being rescheduled. But nothing that was too horrible, and nothing I wasn't ready for. Other than that, it was a fine week at work.
Friday night, I ran the PowerPoint for my church's Good Friday service. We just upgraded the program we use for that, so we have a few bugs to work out of the system, but overall, I felt it went well.
Today, I joined a couple of friends to try out for a grandmaster ultimate Frisbee team. Essentially, it's a team for old people - you have to be over 38 to join the team. It was a lot of driving, but since someone else drove, I didn't mind that part at all. I had a lot of fun. It reminded me why I fell in love with the sport in the first place. I wish I had performed better. I seemed to be responsible for more than my share of turnovers. But that's nothing new. I seem to do best at our pickup games here in town. None of this is a surprise to me. I figure my chances of making the team are extremely slim. And the tournaments the team is planning to play with are weekends I'm not sure I'm available. But I don't regret going at all. Why? Because I had fun.
I think that's my week. Shall we get to bookish things?
This Past Week on the Blog:
Sunday - Disney Pin Review: Stitch Crashes Pocahontas
Monday - Ornament Review: Stocking Stuffers #1
Tuesday - Book Review: Idle Gossip by Renee Patrick
Wednesday - Can't Wait Wednesday Featuring The Shadow of Memory
Wednesday - Movie Review: Curious Caterer - Dying for Chocolate
Thursday - Book Review: #FollowMe for Murder by Sarah E. Burr
Friday - Friday Posts Featuring Uneasy Prey
Saturday - Weekly TV Thoughts
This Coming Week on the Blog:
Sunday - Disney Pin Review: Pirates of the Caribbean - Cuckoo for Disney Pins
Monday - Ornament Review: Confectionery King
Tuesday - Book Review: Cozy Up to Trouble by Colin Conway
Wednesday - Movie Review: Halloween Kills
Thursday - Book Review: Uneasy Prey by Annette Dashofy
Friday - Friday Posts Featuring Cheddar Off Dead
Saturday - Weekly TV Thoughts
Book Haul for the Week:
After last week, I was good. I only got two books, a physical book and an ARC from NetGalley. I picked up Up to No Gouda, the first in the Grilled Cheese Mysteries by Linda Reilly. Yes, I've been talking about a Cheese Shop series the last couple of weeks, and not I've got this one, too.
What I'm Currently Reading:Dark Horse, a thriller from Gregg Hurwitz. It's the seventh and latest in his Orphan X series, which I usually enjoy. I'm afraid this one is going to take a pretty dark turn, however. We'll see what I think as I get further into it. I started it Friday, but I got barely anything read on Saturday thanks to being gone almost all day. And I had fun; I regret absolutely nothing. We'll see how much I read on Sunday. I'm hoping to finish it up by Tuesday, but we'll see if that turns out to be realistic or not. It's also a longer book than I typically read, so I need to allow longer to enjoy it. I'm fine since I'm ahead of schedule. I plan to review this book on April 29th, so I've got plenty of time before then to finish it and write the review.
I think I'm rambling at this point, so that must mean it is time to sign off. Have a wonderful week!