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December Monthly News

Welcome to the December edition of monthly news!

I made my 50 book reading goal on December 7th. WOOT! WOOT!
I've actually read and reviewed 53!

It's my birthday month!!
I levelled up to 45 on the 10th!!
The hubby took me to my favorite restaurant, The Keg, and I sipped my Prosecco like a happy clam! Saturday, we went to my sister's house for a housewarming/birthday festivity. (Means more Prosecco.) Lastly, Sunday was a trip to Toronto to see my beautiful baby girl. (She's actually 24, but always my baby girl.) We went to a nice Italian restaurant, Casa Di Giorgio's. I had a mushroom chicken risotto that was delish! And yes, more Prosecco was to be had!

I tried to be festive and read Christmas reads. 
It only lasts so long with me before I go back to something else....
Never been a big fan of Christmas reads. 
(Queue sad music....)

The Queen's Christmas message made me cry.
Christmas just doesn't feel the same now. Maybe it's the pandemic, maybe it's just life, but it doesn't feel as 'Merry' as normal.
I have a feeling some of you feel it too....

The hubby and I celebrated 21 years together on Boxing Day.
Normally we would go to The Keg. Which we had reservations but they had to cancel due to COVID. We got reservations for when they re-open though, (a day later), so not all is lost. Celebrate good times, c'mon!!

And finally I want to take the time to thank each and every one of you for being a reader of my little ol' blog. I appreciate you more than I can express.
I wish for you all the best health, much prosperity and an abundance of love!
Happy New Year!!


  1. The Waltons: Homecoming

YEARLY TOTAL: ๐ŸŽ… 53 Books ๐ŸŽ… 6 Movies ๐ŸŽ… 3 TV Shows 




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  1. Congrats on 21 years with your husband and happy birthday! :) Also, congrats on reaching your reading goal!

  2. Happy Birthday! So many things to celebrate. That is what we need nowadays, to look for the happy moments.

    1. That is my aim for 2022, find the positives!! :-)
      Thank you for the wishes! Happy New Year!

  3. Yay you! and happy birthday! I loved the book and movie versions of News of the World, great pick. And cheers to a Happy New Year!

    1. Thank you!!!! :-)
      I didn't even know News Of The World was a book or I would have read it first. Geez. LOL
      Happy New Year to you too!!

  4. Happy Birthday! Happy Anniversary & Happy new Year!!!!

    1. Thank you! Thank you!! Thank you!!!
      Happy New Year to you too!


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