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Week’s Highlight:

My mom and I went to a paint and sip on Friday. This is a not great photo of my painting.

Amber came home on Saturday. She’s going to be spending January at home painting.

Reading:

The Classics Club Spin landed on 13, which means I’ll be reading Orlando by Virginia Woolf. I don’t own a copy, so now I have to decide which edition to get. Any suggestions?

All the books/novellas I posted about this week were Christmas stories:

Playing:

We played Wingspan on Friday. David won by a fair amount, but it’s a fun game all about birds. It’s a light engine builder at heart, and I really enjoy the theme and the bird cards.

Looking forward to:

Christmas will be here Wednesday. I actually have most gifts purchased and wrapped. I need to pick up a few things at the grocery store, but not much. We’ll have Christmas Eve dinner at my mom’s. It’s easier to eat somewhere on Christmas Eve than at home, since I have to play for the 11:00 pm service. Lunch on Christmas Day will be at David’s parents, and Christmas dinner at my mom’s. My brother and his family will be coming in on Christmas Day and staying for a few days.

6 Comments

  1. Love your beautiful painting. There is something relaxing about a paint and sip.

    You are on a Christmas reading roll. Are they all light reads? I’m thinking they are.

    I have a Yellowstone Monopoly game I got for Christmas two years ago that has never been out of the box. I wish you lived closer!

    Happy holidays!

    1. They are definitely all light reads.
      It can be tough to find people to play games with. We’ve been playing with the same set of guys with some additions and subtractions since high school. My mom is always willing to play too.

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