Last week, I started something new, with a photo collage for each day of the week Monday through Friday. This week, I only have three photos, which are in my featured image above, from Monday, Tuesday, and Friday. Monday, I ate a nice chicken chipotle ranch salad for dinner; Tuesday, Alexandra snuggled with me earlier in the day, making it difficult for me to get out of bed; and then Friday, we finally were able to open our windows, even though it’s not gone back to being cold.
I also planned to start new features, one on Wednesday about what Kim and I are watching in TV and movies, and the other on Friday about what I’m listening to. While I did get to the Wednesday one, I didn’t get around to the Friday post. I hope to do that this week.
As for reading, I didn’t start anything new, as I had finished my reread of The Lord of The Rings last week, but did continue reading All Creatures Great and Small by James Herriot yesterday afternoon. I did pick up a couple more books for my stack for the readathon on April 28, but I’ll share more of that in next week’s Sunday Salon post…
…speaking of which…
…I know I just started a new feature here with the collage, but I think I’ll be moving that to Saturdays with Saturday Snapshots. Why? Originally, when I started this blog, I wanted to keep my reading discussions to The Sunday Salon post, since that is what The Sunday Salon is supposed to be about: books.
So the new schedule tentatively will be:
- Sundays: The Sunday Salon
- Wednesdays: What We’re Watching Wednesdays or What We’re Watching This Week
- Fridays: Music I’m listening to…title of feature to be determined
- Saturdays: Saturday Snapshots, with photos from the past week.
- End of the month: A wrap of the last month and a look ahead to the new month.
I will provide links to the posts from earlier in the week during each Sunday’s post too so you still won’t miss out, if you don’t follow my blog via a feed and only via The Sunday Salon Facebook group.
How was your past week? Reading, watching, listening to anything worthwhile? Let me know in the comments.