I ate lunch and then ironed. I got all 9 of Ken's shirts ironed. It went pretty quick because I listened to the audio book All Creatures Great and Small. I didn't play Sims at all this afternoon! :-)
Yesterday I finished reading London Transports by Maeve Binchy. This was the first book by this author I have read. I've read a few books by Marcia Willett (who I like a lot) and on the book covers, the two were said to be a lot a like. That's why I read this book. At the time I got it out of the library I didn't realize the book I picked out was short stories which I'm not that crazy about. But it was good this time because it gave me a good sampling of her writing. Some stories were good and some not so good but I did enjoy the book as a whole. I can see why the two of them are thought to be similar. I will get some of her books to read. I'll just add them to my ever growing list. :-)
I finally got to start reading Pillars of the Earth. A week or so ago I mentioned that I was reading about this book on a few blogs and people either hated it or loved it and I wanted to see what I thought. Well I fall into the LOVE IT category!! On the very first page I knew I would really like this book. It is set in England in the 12 century. It is a pretty long book with just under a thousand pages.
Between this book and Sims I don't think I'll be doing very much this week. :-)
I also finished knitting another 4 squares on the white sample afghan I've been working on for years.Thanks to Ken, you can always check out my progress by clicking on the link on the side of my blog.
I posted a picture before of the hens and chicks out in front of my house. Here's another one. I just can't believe how tall these things are growing!
Don't think I'll be doing much more today - Ken is coming home from work on the late side so we will probably just pop out for a quick bite to eat. Then just our regular evening. A nice walk around the townhouses picking up nails and then sitting out on the deck enjoying the evening.
Hope you all got more done than I did today. :-)
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