Happy Friday, book friends! It’s been a pretty good week, all things considered. Got some reading done, enjoyed many snuggles with Azula, and looking forward to a chill weekend at home.
Most nights this week, I got to hang out at home with Azula and Andy. On Wednesday, I had a hair appointment, which means a little dedicated reading time while the purple dye in my streak sets.
Also, a game I’ve been eagerly waiting for finally arrived on my doorstep! Sarah Anderson (of Sarah’s Scribbles) created a card game called Future Me Problems. I joined in on Kickstarter-y campaign for the game, and now, it’s here! The idea is to collect distractions (watching Netflix, going down an internet rabbit hole) and avoid responsibilities (phone calls, emails). Once a player draws the Big Important Task, the game ends, and whoever has the most distractions wins! All of the cards have Sarah’s Scribbles illustrations on them, naturally. I am obsessed already and plan to force anyone who comes to my house to play it with me.
This weekend I’m planning to hang out with Azula and bake sourdough and read The No-Show, which I started last night. It’s going to be an unusually warm weekend for November, which means plenty of nice walkies for Azula.
I hope you’ve had a good week, and a great weekend planned ahead!