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December Monthly News

Welcome to the December edition of the monthly news!
Celebrated my 43rd level up on the 10th!




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Went for steak dinner with my hubby. Drank lots of presecco. Visited with loved ones. T'was a good day!
We also celebrated Christmas. Having such a big family meant many visits throughout the day, and still taking a few hours to cook and eat turkey. It was a great day though, and we are blessed.
Boxing Day, Vince and I celebrated 19 years together. Again, we went for steak and presecco. It was a great time, as always. I love The Keg.
I am quite proud of myself for accomplishing 50 books read this year!
Literally at the last minute too!

2019 Reading Challenge

2019 Reading Challenge
Freda has
completed her goal of reading
50 books in
2019!
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How many books did you read this year??
Wishing each and every one of you all the best for 2020!


BOOKS:
  1. If You Tell by Gregg Olsen (recommend)
  2. Five, Six, Grab Your Crucifix by Willow Rose
  3. Forgiven by Rachel Morgan (recommend)
  4. Mrs. Scrooge by Barbara Bretton (recommend)
  5. Silent Night by Deanna Raybourn
  6. Ten by Gretchen McNeil (recommend)

MOVIES:
  1. Game Of Thrones Season 8 (recommend)
  2. Warrior Season One (recommend)
  3. Downton Abbey (recommend)

YEARLY TOTAL: 50 Books, 33 Movies & 1 Product



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Comments

  1. Happy birthday and happy anniversary! Sounds like December is a big month for you. :) I really loved Eleanor & Park. I’ve reread it several times.

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  2. Glad you had a good Christmas and congrats on reading 50 books. Wishing you a Happy New Year!

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  3. A little bit late...Happy birthday and anniversaries! Seems you have a big family to celebrate with. Sounds lovely. We left the family this holidays and went to the Caribbean for Christmas and New Year, together with our son. It was wonderful and stress free.
    I read 98 books in 2019 and the best book for 2019 and all times must be Amor Towles A Gentleman in Moscow!
    Good luck with your reading for 2020 and looking forward to The Friday 56.

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