This Week – April Fool’s Day Snow

Fave pic
Gage spent the night with my parents last weekend and Jason and I went to a park to take a walk and then play a game or two on the picnic table. You, know, dating Covid style, lol. And we followed the moon because it was gorgeous that night. This is the photo I took when we got back home.

Highlights of the Week – Hm. We had nice weather for a minute and then it snowed. All day long. But the day before we had another picnic in the park with some swinging and that was great.

It’s neck and neck in our March Madness contest. Gage is still winning by two points and Jason and I are tied in second place. My fate comes down to Gonzaga. If they win it all I beat both of my guys πŸ™‚ If not I must prepare myself for a Gage Yes Day.

When my dad came back from where I grew up he brought my favorite pizza. The downside is that I already ate my half and now what Jason has left in the fridge taunts me.

This has obviously been a pretty boring week.

Currently reading…

A Burning
The Wisdom of Sundays: Life-Changing In…It Came from Ohio: My Life as a WriterWho Was Annie Oakley?

Finished this week…

Win by Harlan Coben – review coming. Loved it.

Limitless: 24 Remarkable American Women of Vision, Grit, and Guts by Leah Tinari

Deeply, Desperately by Heather Webber (Lucy Valentine series)

Absolutely, Positively by Heather Webber (Lucy Valentine series)

Always the Last To Know by Kristan Higgins

Virginia Hamilton: America’s Storyteller by Julie Rubini

The People Could Fly (The Picture Book) by Virginia Hamilton

The Girl Who Spun Gold by Virginia Hamilton

Bruh Rabbit and the Tar Baby Girl by Virginia Hamilton

Crumb-Sized: Poems by Marlena Cherrock


We continued Schitt’s Creek, Ginny and Georgia, and the March Madness basketball Games.

Posts this week

March’s Favorites and Stats

Finishing Up March Reading

January, February, and March Movies and Money For Charity – always time to add your two cents!

Plans for the weekend

Celebrating a friend’s 11th birthday by setting off rockets at a local park, lol. I’ll post pics if I can get a good one. The last one we did went 600 feet straight and this one is supposed to go 1000.

30 thoughts on “This Week – April Fool’s Day Snow

  1. Les in OR says:

    Pretty picture of the moon! It sure was bright a few nights ago, wasn’t it?

    I’m glad you enjoyed Win. I’ve got a request in for it at our library and my husband and I will both read it. Win is a great character in the Myron Bolitar series and I’m very tempted to reread those books.

  2. Vicki says:

    The weather has been crazy lately, but not crazy enough for me as we didn’t get any snow in Florida 😦

    Your comment about Jason’s half of the pizza taunting you made me LOL!

    You sure have been doing a lot of good reading!

  3. Susan says:

    Neat picture of the Moon. Quite a game between Gonzaga & UCLA … it must be fate at this point. I just recently finished the novel A Burning on audio and thought it was well done. Grim but effective. Happy Easter.

  4. Deb Nance at Readerbuzz says:

    I was sad to see that UH lost yesterday to Baylor, but it’s not unexpected. I’m happy that UH made it this far. Great job, Cougs!

    Snow? Wow. It’s so beautiful to see snow and I would imagine that it is always a beautiful sight. We’ve had a bit of cool weather here, too. My favorite thing is having cool nights, and that’s one of the best parts of spring and early summer.

    Limitless sounds like a great read. I shall look for it.

  5. Diane says:

    I love the pic Stacy. I want to read – A Burning as well. Did you see the Jimmy Kimmel skit about Gonzaga last year ? He was saying he doubted it was a real college – it was so funny.

  6. Nise' (Under the Boardwalk) says:

    Both of my grandsons’ teams lost over the weekend. I am still in it. We did not make the bet that you did! LOL Lovely picture, glad you were able to take advantage of the break in weather. Loved Win too and hope there is more to come.

  7. Tina says:

    I haven’t read Harlan Cobin but I keep seeing his name and meaning to check out the books. Also, Schitt’s Creek – everyone is talking about it and I wonder if our library has the Dvds!

  8. Athira says:

    Rockets at a birthday party! Now that is something I should try. Do post pictures if you get a chance.

    That snow was so maddening last week. We only got a dusting down here but it was annoying to feel so cold. Thankfully, it looks like we are now in the warmer days stretch, I hope.

  9. Literary Feline says:

    I am glad you and Jason were able to get some time away. I’m sure Gage enjoyed the time with his grandparents. My daughter loves the Who Was books. I learn a lot from them too. LOL I hope you have a great week!

  10. Gofita says:

    Our dates have been running errands together! And picking up some food to eat in the car…lol. One day. Beautiful pic of the moon. So sorry about all that snow. I hope it’s warming up now and the snow is melting.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s