Morning Meanderings: Blog Projects and Low Key Weekend Plans (or… lack there of)


Ahhhh… good morning!

The weekend (for me) is finally here.  While my work week was a short one, my running around lately has been non stop for over a week so hitting the breaks over the next three days feels like…


Over the weekend I plan to do some blog work – catching up on my Where Are You Reading Map which is dreadfully outdated (ummm…I think I last updated in April) as well as update my challenges at the same time.  With a little luck I will post an update to all when they are current.  Last night I updated my embarrassingly outdated side bar to my current reads and projects.

I also plan to do some reading.  I have the book club read to finish, and a few books that I need to complete as well.  I am hoping this weekend will really be a great time to do some of that.  I may work in the storage room tomorrow if the weather works for me to clean and haul stuff out… in that event, audio will be my companion.  Whatever I do… I am trying to refrain from my usual “Yes” to everything ways as starting Monday I have something every day going on through next Sunday and I need to stock pile my energy now. 😀 

If I can find my missing IPOD nano I may go on a bike ride this afternoon if the weather agrees as well.  I will have a review up today as my time with Rick Springfield’s memoir has just about come to an end.  (I am thrilled about this 😀 )

I hope everyone’s Friday is WONDERFUL!!! 

What are you reading or listening to over the weekend?

11 Comments on “Morning Meanderings: Blog Projects and Low Key Weekend Plans (or… lack there of)

  1. I didn’t know Rick Springfield had a bio out. I’ll look forward to you thoughts on it. Good luck with all of your projects!

  2. Hope your weekend (yay for a long weekend!) is seriously restful, since you’ve been so busy and will be again next week!

  3. I’ve been listening to audiobooks while crossing tasks off the list. Makes that so much more enjoyable! Have a great weekend, Sheila 🙂

  4. How wonderful that you will get some time to slow down for the weekend! I have some things to do this weekend, but I’m thrilled that my kiddo won’t have pre-Algebra homework for a week and a half. It gives me back 1-2 hours a day that I was spending with him on his lessons. I may actually have time to get on the treadmill. 🙂

  5. It’s great to carve out some time for projects….good luck! And your multitasking can lead to more books finished, too.

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