Sunday Salon – April Showers

Sunday Salon

This past week, I finished Walden, Don’t Judge a Girl by Her Cover by Ally Carter, and the Brief Encounter screenplay. Both of the latter will be tomorrow and early in the week.

I have been very busy the last couple of weeks working two jobs and still trying to find time to do some of my hobbies and socialize. As a result, reading has been put off. Today, I do plan on reading some of Italo Calvino’s If On a Winter’s Night A Traveller.

I also plan on doing a run today. I’ve had to miss my Saturday morning running group’s 6KM runs, but for the last couple of weeks, I’ve done two 4KM runs after work in the weekdays. Hopefully today I can do at least that and maybe more, but the weather has been quite bad lately. There was ice pellets and hale on Friday and it’s been very wet.

Either way, I’m going to make a run to my favourite French bakery soon and get some pastries. It’s become a tradition for every other week.

This week, I’ll try to read, knit my socks, hopefully doing a WIP Wednesday post, and work out a bit more.

What are you doing this week?

4 thoughts on “Sunday Salon – April Showers

    • athena (Post author)

      Hi Susan! My friend in Victoria said it hailed so you’re not getting the good stuff here either. It’s good you have dodged it. Weather was slightly better today. Good luck with tennis and reading!

  • jessicabookworm

    The weather has finally warmed up a bit here in the UK now instead of snow we will probably have lots of rain! I am now signed up to a teaching agency so this week I’m hoping to get more work than I usually do. Good luck with making time for hobbies 🙂

    • athena (Post author)

      Hi Jessica! We’re always about 1.5-2 months behind weather to the UK. I miss early springs from when I was there. 🙁 I hope you have a productive week and hope you make time for reading too. Cheers!


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