Morning Meanderings…. February…. You Are A Wrap.

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Good morning!  Sunday is here!  End of the weekend and we are on the verge of a new week and already starting a new month.

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I think I mentioned last month that some would look at the big old agenda book as pretty old school when you can not put all of your appointments in to your phone but I love to see the month of what I am doing as a whole like this.  Almost like a diary. 🙂

February was a fun month.  I had a birthday.  I went to the Gatsby Party.  I ended the month by jumping in the lake.  I read 5 books, I listened to 10 audio books.

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Yesterdays Polar Plunge. I have no plunge pics yet but I do have this pic of my cousins wife Rhonda and I pre-jump and a photo bomber…. 😉

 

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Here I am sowing the dog tags I was wearing for a friend of mine as I was jumping on his birthday.

 

Ok on to books.  It was a good book week and here is what came in the house:

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The Forgotten Girls by Sara Blaedel (audio)

The Food Babe Way by Vani Hari (audio)

The Love Song Of Miss Queenie Hennessy by Rachel Joyce (audio)

A Tough Of Stardust by Kate Alcott (audio)

The Winners Crime by Marie Rutkoski (audio)

The Cake House by Layifah Salom

The Doomsday Equation my Matt Ritchel

The World Within (a novel by Emily Bronte) by Jane Eagland

The Daddy Diaries by Joshua Braff

Pleasantville by Attica Locke

 

Today I am catching up on emails form the last two days and trying to get ahead on some projects so the week will be a little less tight.  Hoping this afternoon I will have at leats a couple of hours of undiluted book time. 🙂

About Sheila (Book Journey)

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Posted on March 1, 2015, in Meanderings and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.

  1. I save my old calendars simply because they are like a diary. I’m glad February’s weather is behind us. Enjoy your new books!

  2. Happy Birthday and cool, a polar plunge!

  3. I loved keeping track in a handwritten agenda….it’s been a while since I used one, though.

    Enjoy the new books…A Touch of Stardust is on my radar.

  4. Ooh look at all those lovely audiobooks! Happy March reading and listening 🙂

  5. Books in the Burbs

    I am also a paper/pen kind of person! I went to a conference this past week and felt a little old, when I am pulling out my notepad and pen to take note, while all the younger ones are typing away on their laptops! Lol! Looks like you had a very productive week and a very fun party!

  6. Enjoy your new books!

  7. Looks like you had a productive month! I used to use a paper planner all the time, but switched over to using Google Calendar because it’s easier to make changes. Plus, I couldn’t find one I liked a few years back, so went online. Hope March is good to you!

  8. The Love Song of QH is really good, though I read it, not listened to it. here is my wrap-up: http://wordsandpeace.com/2015/03/01/2015-february-wrap-up/

  9. I love print agendas. I need to see my long-term plans too, especially since I book stuff months in advance.

  10. Wow! That’s a big stack of books. Thanks for showing your calendar. I am a terrible record keeper. It’s nice to see how others keep track of things.

  11. I’m the same… can’t exist without my planner. 😀
    Happy March reading!

  12. I love agendas and planners and all things pen and paper! I have so many notebooks lying around the house, and I’ve used the first pages of most of them 🙂

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