Wrapped up February with Book 7 in the DCI Ryan Mysteries series, Dark Skies by LJ Ross. Ross builds on her signature mix of a stunning setting, fast-paced plot, and engaging characters.
OK, so looking back on the twelve months, Starting Over, a soft ballad released by Chris Stapleton this past November seemed like a good choice.
This weekend the weather pattern finally changed in Tallahassee. I took the opportunity to start a bit of "spring cleaning" out in the garden.
Just finished The Overlook by Michael Connelly. Like most of Connelly's books, it pulls its themes from the then-current headlines. It was a very fast read even for Connelly.
This Friday's song is Seven Wonders by Fleetwood Mac. In many ways, it reflects the true "coming" of age" for a generation.
Finished up the second book in The Wheel of Time series, The Great Hunt by Robert Jordan. Like the other books in the series, this one is a "long" read with a prologue and fifty chapters.
As with many things in the past year, our tenth anniversary was colored by the ongoing pandemic. Thought I would take a moment to share our experience and thank those who helped us celebrate.
This Friday's Song is Bless the Broken Road by Rascal Flats. Ten years ago today, I married my 'meant to be'. Thank you, my darling Teresa, for being who you are and for waiting for me at the end of that broken road.
This Friday song is Midnight Confessions by the Grass Roots. The song was originally released in 1968. The version I picked is a clip from 1972.
My mother-in-law Aida and I got out second shot of the Covid-19 vaccine today. Another well-executed process by the Leon County Department of Health. Thanks to all for the hard work and a job well done.
This Friday's song is Even Though I'm Leaving by Luke Combs. It's dedicated to everyone who has lost a parent to this awful disease.
Latest show we are watching is Murder City, a British crime drama from 2004. We started watching because one of the leads is Kris Marshall from Death in Paradise.