Good morning everybody!
So this past week flew by – I only had 3 days off and they went by way too quickly. I did a ton of cleaning and laundry, which actually felt kind of good because I was so busy with work before that everything was a mess and it was nice just to have everything neat and organized again. We also told our apartment complex this week that we’re not resigning our lease, so we’re going to be moving at the end of August. So now I have to start going through what we need to get rid of, what to put in storage (we’ll be moving to a one-bedroom instead of a two-bedrom), and sometime soon we’ll have to start apartment hunting. Man I hate moving. On the plus side, it gives me an excuse to re-catalog my books eventually – and yeah, that’s exciting to me. Because I’m a huge, huge nerd.
Anyways, other than that nothing very eventful happened this week. My order from Printstagram came and I love the teeny photos. I want to order the Minibook next, which is two tiny photobooks with 50 photos each for only $12. I may be a little obsessed right now, but it’s so fun to be able to print my Instagram pics! I’ve also been watching a lot of tv this week – we finished Dexter season 7 (holy crap, cannot wait till season 8 comes out on DVD next year), and I’ve been catching up on The Mindy Project, which is suprisingly funny. The honeyman ordered me season 1 of Happy Endings and that came this week, and I’m going to try to watch some of it today. Gabby has been really sweet and weird this week, and everytime I’m at home and I have some down time to lay down and read, she hops up on my lap and goes to sleep. It is the sweetest. And then there’s times like last night, when I’m getting ready to leave for work and she runs out of the bedroom, jumps up and kicks off of my back, and runs into the kitchen because she’s feeling all playful and hyper. Weirdo 🙂
Bookish update: Not a whole lot. I read 2 books this week; The Mad Scientist’s Daughter by Cassandra Rose Clarke, and Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier. Both were surprisingly good. And even though I’m trying to restrain my book buying habits right now because I know we’re moving, I splurged and bought Death by Black Hole and Other Cosmic Quandaries by Neil deGrasse Tyson.
I’m not sure what I’m going to start next… either You by Austin Grossman, or Ex-Patriots by Patrick Clines. Hmmmm…
So how have you guys been? Anything exciting planned for this week?