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June Monthly News

Welcome to the June edition of the monthly news!
June was a weird month.
One day it snowed, the next we had a heatwave.
I just can't deal with global warming anymore. Frankly, neither can my head. All the up and downs gives me headaches.
Then it gets stressful going online, seeing all the bad shit going on in the world besides viruses trying to kill us.

#BlackLivesMatter

This world is a place I just don't like anymore. When you're young, they say, if you don't like how it is then change it. Yeah, kinda can't do that nowadays. We are all stuck in a boat with only one oar.
If the leaders of our countries cannot lead by example, how can we be anything other than what we are and what we've created for society?!
Now I'm on a tangent that I didn't think I would get on....
So let's move on.
Father's Day is bittersweet for me with my dad gone, I get to spoil my hubby though for all he does. Usually we would go out to eat at The Keg. This year, we grabbed it curbside and brought it home. πŸ˜‹
So glad some of my favorite places are available to take home. I don't know about you guys, but I'm not ready for dining in yet.
What a world we live in now....


BOOKS:
  1. Love At First Fight by Sandhya Menon (recommend)
  2. The Reptile Room by Lemony Snicket (recommend)
  3. Seven, Eight, Gonna Stay Up Late by Willow Rose (recommend)
  4. Tears Of The Silenced by Misty Griffin (recommend)

MOVIES:
YEARLY TOTAL: 36 Books πŸŒž 13 Movies πŸŒž 1 Product 🌞


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Comments

  1. i still have a lot of willow's books to read, but i grab freebies from her newsletter every time i see one i don't have. as far as the read world, i wantta be an ostrich and bury my head in the sand. living in florida i am even more afraid now than i was in the beginning
    sherry @ fundinmental

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    1. I can empathize. I'm scared for you Floridians. Stay safe, Sherry!

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  2. I'm with you, Freda: tired of every aspect of our lives being politicized and politicians who act like spoiled children instead of working together to fix things. We ended up going on vacation, but it's really weird because not a lot of people are going out to eat, no fireworks, and masks have to be worn everywhere. We stick mostly to outdoor dining, but I can't say I'm not concerned.

    Hope you all stay safe and healthy.

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  3. The Hunt looks interesting. I will have to check that one out. I hope you find some happiness in these times and that you have a chance to create some good memories for yourself and your family <3

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