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April Monthly News

Welcome to the April edition of the monthly news! 

We start off April under lockdown. Again.

Had a great-niece born. Serenity. Haven't been able to meet her yet though. She's small and we have big germs. It's bittersweet, y'know.

Easter was lonely. It was just the hubby and I. Slightly depressing...

Then the hubby's birthday happened. Again, only us. I made a steak dinner, a birthday cake, and we watched a movie that he wanted to see. It was a good day!

The rest of the month was pretty uneventful. 
What about you?

  1. Scar Tissue - Anthony Kiedis (recommend)
  2. His To Take - Katee Robert (recommend)
  3. The Hunger Angels - Jason Miller
  4. Sh*t My Dad Says - Justin Halpern (recommend)

YEARLY TOTAL: 🌷 16 Books 🌷 4 Movies🌷




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  1. Congratulations on your great-niece being born. It's awful that we can't see our families like we want, especially the new ones.

    I hope you have a great week!

    1. Thank you, Vicki!! Wishing you a great week as well!!

  2. I hope you are able to meet your great-niece soon. I am really missing celebrating events with family, but hopefully more of us are able to be vaccinated and we can meet in person again. Wishing you a happy May!

  3. Congratulations on the birth of your great-niece! Serenity is such a pretty name. I am sorry you are unable to meet her yet. Hopefully soon-ish. We had a quiet Easter as well--but then, that's fairly standard for us and so it wasn't a big deal. It sounds like your husband had a nice birthday.

    I loved Dear Martin too. Such a great book.

    I hope you have a great month of May, Freda, and that things start to improve! Take care!

    1. Thank you so much! I hope you have a great May also!


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