Saturday, October 17, 2020

Nothing

I have nothing. I spent an hour yesterday trying to come up with something worthwhile to post for today. Nothing, not a thing. I'm on deadline, and haven't finished a book, other than the ones I'm reading for January.

So, enjoy your day, and we'll see what tomorrow brings.

12 comments:

Jeff Meyerson said...

Relax. Watch something funny on television. (My new favorite show - new to us, anyway - is DERRY GIRLS.)

I'm reading and very much enjoying THE THURSDAY MURDER CLUB by Richard Osman. It's a lot of fun.

Christie said...

Well, I have so many books checked out from the library right now, and two more to be picked up, that you don’t need to be giving me any more recommendations right now anyway. See you soon😀

SandyG265 said...

Have a good day

Shirley said...

You deserve a break!

Kaye Wilkinson Barley - Meanderings and Muses said...


Made me laugh.

Xxoo

Lesa said...

Thanks, everyone! Jeff, I'm so glad you're enjoying The Thursday Murder Club. I loved the characters.

Lesa said...

That's funny, Christie. See you soon!

Lesa said...

Hugs, Kaye. It's a successful day when I make you laugh!

Jennifer said...

Hi!
I've been reading your blog for quite some time, but never commented. Wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your blog and how much I appreciate you. Have a good weekend!
Jennifer

Rosemary said...

I’m a bit late here but I agree:

Lesa, relax, don’t worry about us, take a day off whenever you need one!

Derry Girls is absolutely brilliant - highly recommended - but unless you’re from Belfast you’ll need the subtitles! My daughter-in-law is from Ballymena, one of my oldest friends is from County Waterford, and I still need the subtitles for this one! But it’s worth it - hilarious but with some poignant moments. Life went on, of course, right through the Troubles, and this is about one extended family, and a group of Catholic schoolgirls + their (male) English cousin, muddling through it all. The Mother Superior of their school is priceless.

Some of the actors took part in a special Great British Bake Off for charity last year, and I’ve seen few things funnier. If you can get that do watch it too.

Take care Lesa,

Rosemary

Lesa said...

Thanks, Rosemary. I read an entire book yesterday, but it's one of my go-to series. I was just lucky there was a new one out right now. Everything seems unsettled right now. I think it's the upcoming election. So much rides on it, for the U.S., and the world.

Lesa said...

Thank you, Jennifer. I finished a book yesterday, and reviewed it today, so everything is back on track.

Thank you for reading my blog, and for your kind words. I appreciate it!