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I was sick all this week with a cold, ugh. I swear, I can't just get all the cold symptoms at once and be done with it. Nope, I have to have a sore throat for a few days, then a runny nose, fever and sneezing, then a cough. The cough is still lingering, but aside from being more tired than usual I'm feeling almost back to normal. I really, really hate being sick.
Other than that, it was a pleasant week with not too much work. It turns out there's a pretty nice little park about 10 minutes from home, with tons of hills and walking trails. Despite the cold, I've been going almost every evening with at least one of the dogs, and the fresh air has really helped.
I did read some great books this week! I haven't been able to comprehend anything but easy contemporary romances, but I found a couple absolute gems!
Steps This Week
Sunday - 10,796
Monday - 11,220
Tuesday - 10,652
Wednesday - 8,053
Thursday - 13,179
Friday - 8,336
Saturday - 12,09
Total - 74,265
This Week's Recap
Mini Reviews Monday
Top Ten Tuesday: Underrated Books
Waiting on Wednesday
Cover Lust, No. 52
Read This Week
Gorgeous, gorgeous setting and decent writing. The heroine was a complete and utter spoiled, idiotic, childish bitch. It's been a while since I've read a heroine that made me so irritated.
This was funny and sexy, with great chemistry and a really believable storyline.
Reread. Archer Forever.
Audiobook. Can't say I'd suggest going that route if you want to read it, though!
|Audiobook. Not too far in, but I'm cautiously optimistic so far.|
|Eh, may wind up DNF-ing this one, or at least putting it down for awhile. There's nothing really wrong with it, but I'm not feeling it.|
What Will I Read Next?