The Week That Was…

This week has been more of a drag myself through it kind of a week, going from waking on Sunday with a headache that progressed by Monday to a migraine which then eased off on Thursday to a low level headache. Today is the first day I’ve felt human and fully functioning.

Our wet season is continuing, it’s a good one this year! Although it does make me realise how lucky we are that our heat normally is absent of humidity. I couldn’t live like this all year round – wet/hot/wet/hot!

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Joke of the week:

Thanks to my sister for bringing this one to my attention! πŸ˜‚

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What I’ve been watching:

I only got one episode in, but this seems promising and plenty of people I know are telling me they loved it.

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Book of the Week:

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What I’m reading right now:

I’ve actually been reading this all week in fits and bursts between pain. It’s absolutely wonderful. I’m only about 40 pages from finishing but I think I’m going to return to this one again. It’s that kind of novel but I find Allende to be that kind of author.

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Until next week… πŸ˜Šβ˜•πŸ“š

10 thoughts on “The Week That Was…

  1. Hope you are on the mend now, so sorry to hear you have battling illness all week. Yay to the rain, a great wet season. I’m looking forward to Allende’s new one and of course the new Stacy Halls! I hope you have a lovely weekend x

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  2. I must read another Isabel Allende novel, my cousin in Germany got me onto her, though it’s been years since I’ve picked one up, I quite enjoyed it too, very different to what I normally read.

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