It’s Monday and I seem to have forgotten that it’s Monday

It’s 720 am and the kids are still asleep! Or at least they’re still quiet and in bed. The 4yo has been having a bit of a runny nose and cough over the weekend so hopefully he can make it for swim class later.

We’ve had a fun weekend. On Saturday, went to Shoreline Park in Mountain View for some cycling, scootering, pedal-boating and picnicking with friends. We spent pretty much the whole day out in the park. It was just lovely!

It’s been a rather mild winter here in NorCal (well not like we have harsh winters). We had a few days before the winter break with some frost on the ground but nothing since. There’s signs of rain this week so hooray!



Two Serious Ladies – Jane Bowles



Season 2 of The Good Place. I adore this show! It’s got a fun cast (Ted Danson! Kristen Bell!) and such a great premise (the after life). We recently picked up a new TV and it came with a coupon for Sling TV and so I finally got to watch more episodes of this fantastic show – Netflix only has the first season.


Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire with the kids. The Stephen Fry-narrated version of course!


I just had some chocolate cake and toast.


Yorkshire Gold


Last night we cooked up some butter-basted ribeye steak on the stove – so good!

Last week:

I read:


Buffy The Omnibus Vol 1 – Joss Whedon, Joe Bennett
Ghost Vol 1  – Kelly Sue DeConnick
Pop Vol 1 –  Curt Pires
Buffy Omnibus 2 – Joss Whedon (Series Creator), Dan Brereton (Script), Christopher Golden
Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes – Mary Talbot, Bryan Talbot

Jane Austen Project  –  Kathleen A Flynn

I posted:

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a place to meet up and share what you have been, are and about to be reading over the week. This meme started with J Kaye’s Blog   and then was taken up by Sheila from Book Journey. Sheila then passed it on to Kathryn at the Book Date

3 thoughts on “It’s Monday and I seem to have forgotten that it’s Monday

  1. Chocolate cake and toast? Mmm, yes, please.
    Thirdsies on “The Good Place”. I also loved her in “House of Lies”, which is not all funny, but it’s one of my favourites and does have a lot of LOL moments (but also some brutally smart/painful ones).


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