It’s Monday (March 9)

 

 

 

Shopping in the time of COVID-19: very little rice left at the Asian supermarket on a Sunday. Luckily I was only looking to pick up some brown rice (which I didn’t find the right brand of) as I have enough jasmine rice and short grain rice at home (for now!).

I did however have problems finding the kind of noodles I wanted. There were still instant noodles but not the rice noodles I wanted.

We had some rain on Saturday after weeks of dry weather. February is usually the wet month but it was so dry. The gorgeous rainbow (actually a double but I couldn’t quite capture that in the car) was a nice end to a rainy day.

 

 

Currently…

 

Reading:

The Right Swipe – Alisha Rai

 

 

Watching:

Parks & Recreation. I’ve never seen it!

Eating:

Homemade raisin bread

Drinking:

Tea

 

Last week:

I read:

Know My Name – Chanel Miller

Night Sky with Exit Wounds – Ocean Vuong

I posted:

 

Library Loot (March 4 to 10)

#TopTenTuesday: Single-word Titles

 

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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

 

4 Comments

  1. Our store shelves don’t look like that yet. I am staying home more even though only one case has been confirmed in my state so far. Come see my week here. Happy reading

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  2. Wow, I’ve not seen anything like that here yet thankfully. We’ve had 27 cases in my area but a number of those people have already recovered and only a few have had symptoms severe enough to need to go to hospital (all older people). May it stay that way!

    You have such a treat in store with Parks & Rec!

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  3. That’s a gorgeous rainbow! I am so impressed! And I am delighted that you’re reading The Right Swipe, which I loved, and watching Parks and Rec, which ditto. Parks and Rec’s first season is very rocky, because they didn’t quite know what they wanted the show to be, but it improves SO much in the second season.

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