The temperature today was in the 50s, but it was so windy I couldn’t enjoy it.
I did a couple of fun things this week. My mom and I went to a craft night at church and I made this cute bunny. The lady who ran it made it practically fool-proof.
Saturday, I was on our church’s team at a trivia contest run by the local Kiwanis. It was a lot of fun. We came in 10th out of 21, which is pretty good I think. And people at our table won 4 of the Chinese auction prizes – not me though.
Again – I’m still plugging along on Don Quixote. I’m also in the middle of Murder by Matchlight by E.C.R. Lorac. Clearly neither of these is really grabbing my fancy.
I posted two reviews this week, both vintage mysteries:
We picked up three new board game this week.
They are all very different, but I enjoyed all of them. Santorini is best with two player. It’s almost like a super complex three-dimensional tic-tac-toe. It’s cool how much it actually looks like photos of Santorini, Greece. In Sagrada, you use dice to make a stained glass window. It’s really just a pretty game. Terraforming Mars is by far the toughest of them. It will take a few plays to get the rules down and start thinking about the best strategies.
Looking forward to:
The lady is coming Thursday to measure for our new carpet and tile. And we’re almost to where we can paint our walls.