This was an okay week. Not great, not lousy, just okay.
- Read three books, preferably fiction: I finished 10 Things You Might Not Know About Nearly Everything (nonfiction) and started Harlan Wolff’s Bangkok Rules, one I got as a freebie because it looked interesting. Haven’t gotten very far in it, since I just started yesterday.
- Write entries for April’s A to Z Challenge: I found the original list; it was hiding in Evernote. Writing starts today, using the words off of one list or the other, or maybe come up with a new word entirely.
This picture of my father and me was taken the August before he died, at my cousin’s christening (I was the godfather). No doubt he was sick by this time, but, knowing Dad, he probably just figured it was the digestive issues he always seemed to have, and had no idea it was lymphosarcoma of the stomach. He died 48 years ago today, three weeks shy of his 35th birthday. Just wanted to mention that.
On to happier topics…
Signups for this year’s Blogging from A to Z Challenge start tomorrow! You’ll see an announcement here.