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May Monthly News

Welcome to the May edition of the monthly news!
Started off still in quaratine. Thanks, Mono!
Mother's Day came and went. My daughter sent me the most beautiful flowers. Hubby bought me flowers. Spent time with my son, though at a social distance. Had my favorite, Indian food. T'was a good day!
How did you all spend Mother's Day?
Then we had more snow. Yup, even for Canada that is odd.
Then BAM!!!
Summer overnight.
Seriously the air conditioner went in the window a week to the day from the snowfall. Like WTH Mother Nature?!
Now I am back to work, you will probably see my reading dwindle. It doesn't help it's summer either. Not like I can do anything, but...


BOOKS:
  1. Legion by Julie Kagawa
  2. One Of Us Is Lying by Karen McManus (recommend)
  3. Onyx by Jennifer L. Armentrout (recommend)
  4. Over My Dead Husband's Body by Etta Faire (recommend)
  5. Inferno by Julie Kagawa (recommend)
  6. Ripley's RBI 01: Scaly Tale (recommend)
  7. The Call Of The Wild by Jack London (recommend)
  8. Robin Williams: The Truth Behind The Comdian Genius by Chris Dicker
  9. Rusty Nail by J.A. Konrath (recommend)

MOVIES:
YEARLY TOTAL: 32 Books 💮 10 Movies 💮 1 Product 


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Comments

  1. You had a good reading month. One of Us is Lying is a book I want to read, hopefully I will get the chance.

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  2. I liked One Of Us Is Lying! And I feel the same way- I can't stand it when the air conditioner has to go in so soon after the cold weather goes. I'd like a little more spring where it's not too cold or hot haha!

    Have a good week. :)

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