I just finished my 80th book and hope I can read 10 more by the end of the year to make it to 100 Books! This is how I choose by reading all of the reviews, Next is The Bookish Life of Nina Hill
Book 8 Moscow Rules
Troubles in Paradise - 3rd in series by Elin Hilderbrand
Book 9 the Defector
Book 10 the Rembrandt Affair
Magic Lessons by Alice Hoffman
Book 11 Portrait of a Spy
Book 12 The Fallen Angel
Still Life by Louise Penny for NOV BOOK CLUB
Book 13 The English Girl
Book 14 The Heist
Book 15 The English Spy
Winter Cottage by Mary Ellen Taylor - family history
Spring House by Mary Ellen Taylor and I didn’t want it to end
Honeysuckle Season by Mary Ellen Taylor - also family history
The Secrets We Keep by Kate Hewitt
The Twelve Dates of Christmas by Jenny Bayliss - just fun!
Book 1 Virgin River by Robyn Carr
Book 2 Shelter Mountain by Robyn Carr
Book 3 Whispering Rock
The Garden of Small Beginnings by Abbi Waxman
My life changed over a month ago when my orthopedic doctor told me that I have arthritis in my entire back, but the lower portion was the part that led me to visit him in the first place. I dislike being in pain. It’s hard to get to sleep and stay asleep. I can sleep in a recliner and have zero pain on my back. I had an Epidural last week which didn’t work, so that’s a little discouraging. I am doing my exercises, swimming everyday, being careful, meditation, using a massager, and a salve of CBD/THC which really helps. Meeting with the epidural doctor next week to talk about my back. Trying really hard to clear out my cluttered mind to be open to what he has to say.
This is the book I just finished and it was wonderful. The characters, love, grief, sisters, children and gardening!
It helps to draw and paint in the midst of the unknown. Stay positive is my thing!
I will be spending more time here drawing and painting!
Yep, this is me for the last month
I have started the lower landscape of log cabins, but I can’t finish this in my current state, BUT I am looking at alternative ways to do it without hurting myself in the process.
And then there are the cupboard doors. They need paint, but they need a light sanding first. Back to reading!