Just started watching Acorn TV's new six-part British detective drama, Whitstable Pearl. This one is pretty well done.
Our latest watch is another British crime drama, Above Suspicion, which we are watching on Acorn TV. Above Suspicion is based on a book series written by Lynda La Plante who also wrote the Prime Suspect series.
Finished up The Black Box by Michael Connelly this week. This novel was published in 2012. It is the sixteenth book in the Harry Bosch series that Connelly first launched twenty years earlier in 1992.
This Friday's song is "This Ain't Nothin" by Craig Morgan. It is a great reminder to keep your perspective and understand what's important.
My wife and I worked on the camellia and agapanthus beds on the south-facing side of our home this past weekend. Got some help from the visiting sister-in-law and another "local"....
My latest read was The Memory Police by Yōko Ogawa. This book was well-received. I was not as "positive" about this book as I expected to be.
As we kick off the summer here on the Emerald Coast of Florida, here is a fun song by Jon Pardi, Tequila Little Time. Teresa and I are planning on doing some more exploring of the coastal towns in this part of Florida this summer. Wouldn't be surprised if we wound up in a beach bar or two along the way.
Please take a moment today to remember each of the men and women who left their lives and families behind to protect and defend our values, our way of life, our freedoms, and the Constitution of the United States.
We went to Mimi's Table Saturday night for a family celebration. Chef William Lawson and the entire Mimi's Table team were definitely "in the zone!"
Jumped back into murder mysteries after a history read with Longstone by LJ Ross. This is the tenth book of the DCI Ryan series. As usual with Ross, the plot was tight and fast-paced.
This Friday's song is Little Red Corvette by Prince. When this song was released in 1982, I was living in Houston, Texas. Houston was growing rapidly at the time and it was an incredible place to live.
1960: LBJ vs. JFK vs. Nixon by David Pietrusza became available in Kindle Unlimited and thought I would give it a read. Not sure I gained much insight that I didn't already have.