listening to a podcast. Gasp. I know. But only because one of my best friends is podcasting from her job as a foreign correspondent in New Delhi. And yes, it’s in German. I am sorry.
watching all the baseball. The Red Sox are a joy to watch this season. Ok, for me they’re a joy to watch any season, but they had such a good start. (I can’t shut up about it. Sorry, not sorry.)
eating asada burritos from our favorite taqueria. It’s our go-to take-out food and we usually get it once a week. It’s affordable and it always ends up being dinner + next day’s lunch for me (the burritos are huge), which is always a plus. What’s your favorite take-out?
drinking decaf coffee. I am not really affected by caffeine (I think), but J is and since we both had cravings for afternoon/evening coffees lately (for me, it’s really a comfort drink), we’ve tried some decaf and it works.
feeling kinda blah right now. And I can’t even tell you why. Hate that feeling.
looking forward to some girl time with my friend Susi in May. I am so overdue, I can’t even tell you.
going on a work trip to Sonoma Valley soon. I agree, it could be a lot worse. Haha. I am actually looking forward to it.
reading The Witch of Napoli by Michael Schmicker. I like it so far (I am only a few chapters in). I think this is a book I originally got for free through BookBub. I must admit, when their email comes, I always just look if the free books interest me, otherwise I’ll try to get the books at the library.
kinda loving puzzles right now. As if I needed one more competing leisure time activity. (My MIL brought a puzzle when she visited and we finished it together and it was so much fun. I am suspecting that it’s probably just going to be a phase though. As much as I like puzzles, I know myself and I think I will end up choosing something more “productive” – or, if I am honest, something where I can multitask – over doing a puzzle most times.)
stoked that a new Michaels store has opened closer to where I live. It’s the little things, people!
going to a meet-the-baby-shower this weekend. The parents requested new or cherished favorite books to add to the baby’s library and I was thrilled to find a translated version of a German children’s book, The Rainbow Fish, which is a super-cute book with beautiful illustrations. I am fairly certain nobody else will gift this book.
What’s up with you currently?