I just started reading the new book in the Dublin Murder Squad series by Tana French called Faithful Place. I really enjoyed her two previous books, In the Woods and The Likeness; she keeps you on the edge of your seat. I highly recommend both.
Up next is likely The World is Flat (we all need a little non-fiction every so often) which I had in my little hands over the weekend at Borders, but Faithful Place made the cut.
I am happy to report the left side of my brain was made of use over the weekend, but not to the extent I was hoping for.
I spent most of Saturday afternoon and early evening cooking for the coming week. By the time we were done eating dinner I was exhausted! So instead of 3 hours of scrapping, I only got one hour. Here is a sneak peak of what will probably one of my favorite pages ever.
As you can see I'm not quite done yet, and I still need to add a couple things. But I'm so excited about the whole scrapping process again, even dug into an oldie, but goodie. Can you recognized what it is?
Ready to ditch the work week and say alo-ha to a little of this!
I took these pictures a couple months ago the last time we grilled for ourselves and forgot to post them. Love our tri-tip! The secret is Basque marinade which is just delish. Think this means we need to grill again soon, unfortunately it won't be this weekend.
Lots on the to-do list for this weekend (no surprises there), but I'm hoping to carve out some time for more than just cooking and cleaning including a few creative endeavours.
As usual the weekend has come and gone in the snap of a finger. And here I am on Sunday night wondering just where it went. It wasn't all a loss. Amid the normal errands, cooking and chores, I was able to sneak in some scrap time. As you can see I am still working on my 2010 December Daily! How embarrassing, right? And I had an unexpected surprise when I found a great trench coat at Old Navy at an awesome price. All and all it was a great weekend.