I’m seeing a friend who KNOWS I’m being careful; I’m high risk. We’ve met for lunch in our parked cars a few times since late April. She asked if I wanted to go out to eat somewhere and I’m like no?? We can eat separately, outside on the grass somewhere, and that’s really pushing my comfort level. Everyone just… Read more
I just ditched the Secret Commonwealth audiobook earlier today...4 hours in when you know who starts talking about being in love with the other younger character. Plus the creepy rape in La Belle Sauvage... I’m so frustrated that stuff is in there. Not necessary AT ALL. I loved the original trilogy, so am sad I… Read more
I’ve seen SO MANY very very basic food idea “recipes” lately. I think because of demand; people who haven’t hardly cooked before suddenly are making their own meals for months on end and need REALLY BASIC ideas. Like, you have an egg and bread? Put it together! I’ve been cooking my whole life, but it can be hard… Read more
This is a GREAT lip product. Feels like nothing (I don’t like lip balm/lipstick texture), long lasting. Stay Exceptional is a fairly neutral color. I put it on, wait a minute or two, then firmly blot off any extra. Looks pretty natural, but will brighten up your face a bit/give lips a little definition.
I bought several cord management boxes and they’re not big enough for most big setups, especially if you have chunky power strips. I got a pack of Velcro straps and multiple under desk trays (open top helps with the lumpy parts). Some people use the IKEA plastic bag holder mounted under the desk. That worked for my… Read more
It’s basically a character study of President Snow as a young man. It’s set after the war with the districts. A lot of the capitol still has very little to eat/very few luxuries. The hunger games is a thing that no one watches. The books shows the beginnings of how it turns into what we see later. It’s very… Read more
Sounds legit to me!
I just finished the hunger games prequel, I started Gideon the Ninth last night. On audiobook I’m working through the Maisie Dobbs mysteries which are relaxing and teaching me bits of British history through the eyes of a single woman during / after WWI leading up to WWII. Inexplicably my library doesn’t have 2… Read more