Fall is well underway now (had over a foot of snow in Colorado earlier this week!) and it’s time for sweaters and blankets and tea and a cozy nook to read a book (see what I did there?). I love pumpkin and made a two ingredient pumpkin cake (see link to recipe below) last week, but I’ve traded my PSL for salted caramel creamer in my coffee (pretty good!). I’ve always enjoyed the changing colors and crisp air that fall brings. And this year, with so many publication delays, fall is bringing a wealth of new books! This weekend I’m finishing up some fall yard work and then snuggling into my glide rocker (in a sweater and under a fluffy blanket with some tea) with a cozy mystery (Gourd to Death by Kristen Weiss). What’s on your weekend agenda? Comment below and check out these links for some fun thoughts and ideas.
How has your week been? I’ve been busy getting my house in order as we have company coming this weekend. And I’ve been doing a TON of reading. I’m working my way through our July Reading Challenge (two down, four to go) and continuously adding more to my TBR. Latest addition is Miracle Creek, which came out awhile back but never made it on my list.
WEEKEND ROUNDUP 7.17.20
A sad loss for the children’s book world. Joanna Cole, the author of the Magic School Bus series has died. Read here about her legacy.
Miss traveling? Here’s a list of great travel memoirs to take you around the world from the comfort of your own couch.
Book lover boxes delivered to your door? Yes, please! . Here’s a round up of some of the most popular.
Summertime is a fun time to wear anklets. Check out these cool choices on Etsy, including a cute cookbook anklet.
I have an eye on this hammock for my backyard reading.
We’re having a beautiful summer here in the mountains. I’m sneaking in reading time as I work on my mystery novel, try to add yoga to my daily routine, and work on training our new dog, Zoe. Hope you’re able to have some (safe, healthy) fun despite the COVID-19 pandemic.