Deb Nance at Readerbuzz runs The Sunday Salon.
Our county has finally begun to vaccinate educators, grocery workers, and agriculture workers. With the arrival of the J and J vaccine, tons of educators are also making appointments at pharmacies. It feels a bit like a run on the banks. I received an email yesterday from my district saying I will get my vaccine this coming week. I got quite emotional, which surprised me a bit.
On the treadmill I've started watching a reality show called Blown Away, which is a glass blowing competition. I get through 2 20-minute episodes per workout and I am learning so much about glass blowing! It's really soothing to watch the artists work.
My dad and I spent some time at our local Botanic Garden yesterday, which was wonderful. We are so lucky to be able to get out into nature, buy native plants, and see the wildflowers. My dad is on the Board so it's nice to support them.
Yesterday I met via zoom with my high school women friends for our "book club." We aren't officially a book club, but we've been choosing a book to read every 6 weeks as an excuse to get together and chat during the pandemic. We talked about Molokai'i, which I read in 2016 and loved. 3 of us read it and liked it and 2 didn't get around to reading it. Our next book for mid-April is My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante. Have you read this novel? What did you think of it?
This graphic is a link to my Challenges page.