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I can’t believe February is done, guys. With all the craziness that is happening around us, I swear sometimes I feel like time just stopped flowing. Stuff has been weird this week, ending with finding out that we have a mole in our yard. Just…awesome! Apparently it travelled from my neighbor’s gardens, both of whom have been too freaked out by it to catch it. I mean I don’t blame them. To be honest, with how these past year has gone, and now this one, I wouldn’t be surprised if getting bit by a rodent translates in someone becoming the next MoleMan or MoleWoman. I do want to say though that if that results in good, solid teeth, I don’t think that’s such a bad deal. Hmmm… Is this how superheroes become a thing?
What I Read
I only read one book this week. I made progress with all my other reads, but Dance With The Devil by Sherrilyn McQueen (formerly Kenyon) has been surprisingly emotionally draining. I’ve read this book 5 times before this, but I think having read The Little Prince, which is heavily mentioned in the book, and there are even a lot of parallels with that book, changes the entire way I experienced Zarek and Astrid’s story. I’ll share more about my thoughts in my review.
What I Watched
I took a break from watching shows, except my regular show yesterday evening. We had good weather this week, so I spent it mostly outside with my dog, Thor, reading in the garden. Here’s to hoping the weather holds. I don’t need high temps, just sun.
What I Listened To
My last week of radio was awesome. I think I added at least 10 songs to my Sounds of 2021 playlist just this week alone. I also listened to Miley Cyrus’s new album, Plastic Hearts. I need her to only sing this genre of music. She has a great voice and I’ve loved some of her more country songs, but for my taste she has a voice more suited for rock. And it’s been a while since I truly liked a female rock singer.