Monday, December 2, 2013

December 2: Time Capsule

RIGHT NOW

What are you reading?

Where'd You Go Bernadette?
for my book group

The Last Time I Saw Amelia Earhart by Gabrielle Calvocoress
for inspiration

The Year of the Flood
I read Margaret Atwood's poetry all the time but I had forgotten what a pleasure her fiction can be.

Night Visions: Searching the Shadows of Advent and Christmas by Jan Richardson
I am loving this beautiful book!

What are you watching?

Some funny network television in the evenings. Nothing spectacular. Looking forward to the new Hobbit movie!

What are you listening to?


What are you loving?

Advent. In the last couple of years, I have learned to embrace and savor this season of getting ready for Christmas.

What are you wearing?

Capris and a t-shirt. It is 81 degrees today here in San Antonio!

What are you creating?

I am working on a display for an alternative giving opportunity at my church. It involves lots of glitter. I'm also knitting a sock.

What are you looking forward to?

Christmas. The new year. Putting up our tree this weekend.


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9 comments:

  1. Just a little jealous of you being in capris...it's about 4 degrees c here in Toronto (about 38 f)...enjoy!! :)

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    1. We will have colder weather by the end of the week but today was beautiful, warm and sunny. I was in Toronto in June and the weather was perfect!

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  2. I can't wait for the new hobbit movie either! :D

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    1. Let's just stand outside together during the previews though, okay?

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  3. You are knitting just one sock? ;)

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    1. One sock at a time... One sock at a time...

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  4. capri's !!! I wish. It's so so cold here in MD.

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    1. We'll be back into sweater weather by the end of the week!

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  5. I miss the Advent's of my childhood the years we were in Germany. Beautiful season!

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