Sunday, 21 June 2009

The Sunday Salon.



This has been a busy week; reading has been taking second place to work. Farm work that is , shearing sheep in particular. Although I must add that I don't shear, I'm not capable to shear, I wrap the fleeces which in comparison to the shearer is an easy job.
I have managed to start another book though;
Twenty Wishes, by Debbie Macomber. It's a light read and easy to pickup and dip into when time is short.
One piece of good news this week was my luck in a book raffle on Elaine's blog. When I receive my prize I'll post about it.
Hope you all have a good week.

5 comments:

JoAnn said...

Well, I suppose work must come first. It sounds like you've made a good book choice to fit into quite moments, though. Congratulations on your prize!

Scrap girl said...

I have just read my first Debbie Macomber book - The Shop at Blossom Street and absolutely loved it.

Gavin said...

What do you do with the fleeces? Sell them? Spin them? Have a good week.

Color Online said...

Work has a way of getting in the way of what we'd rather be doing. Here's to more reading.

gautami tripathy said...

I read only one Debbie Macomber and I don't remember the title!

:(

TSS: The 19th Wife: why I set it aside