I can't believe another week has been here and gone. Only 10 weeks and 5 days until my due date. Hard to believe it's coming up so "fast." It'll be here before we know it.
We worked on Anthony's new dresser this weekend. We're redoing an older dresser that my hubby had growing up, and it's turned into a bit more work then we originally inspected. We got it primed this weekend though, and he should be able to spray it with the paint this coming week and put the finish on it. Once that's done, we'll do the headboard to match and then hopefully get the room all put together. I'm excited to see how it all comes together. It's sock monkey themed, and I'm really hoping that Anthony feels comfortable in there. Once that's all done, I can take care of the last minute touch ups to the nursery and put baby girl's clothes away and start washing up all the newborn stuff, like the bouncy seat cover and swing cover. So much to do and so little time!
Reading wise, I had a really good week. I read some really good books, including the first in the Debbie Macomber Cedar Cove series. I was hesitant at first because I didn't enjoy her new series, but I really enjoyed 16 Lighthouse Lane. I'm looking forward to checking out the rest of the series. Here's what I read this week:
I was sad to finish up the Southern Roads trilogy, and the Booktown mystery series, but I'm happy to say that the next Booktown book will be released in July, during my summer maternity leave. Yay!!
Here's what I hope to wrap up this last week of March:
This poor book has been here three weeks in a row now. Too many other books just keep coming my way and keep me from finishing it!
I'm about a third of the way through this one already, and really enjoying it. I'm so glad I discovered cozy mysteries this year!
So far, I've tried listening to this one on audio,and then reading the print version. Neither one is really hitting home, but I'm going to try to push through it and see if it gets better for me. I don't think I'll be trying anymore Amelia Peabody books though.