Here's what I've been liking this week!
Reading: The Library Book, by Susan Orlean
This is nonfiction, all about a fire that devastated the Los Angeles Central Library in 1986. It's part history, part memoir, part true crime - really interesting!
Listening to: The Snow Child, by Eowyn Ivy
I was able to check this audiobook out from my library using an app called RBDigital. I had already read the book back in November, but my book club decided to discuss it this month, so I thought I might enjoy listening to it, rather than re-reading. I've been enjoying listening while I sew!
Watching on Netflix: "Roma" - a movie about a maid's life in Mexico City in 1970.
It's filmed in black and white and in Spanish, so you have to read the subtitles! Evidently it's been nominated for an Academy Award, too.
Watching at the movie theater: "Welcome to Marwen"
When my mom is here, my sister and I usually take her to the movies, and this was our choice this year. I guess it has gotten bad reviews, but I really liked it! It's based on a true story, which I didn't know ahead of time, but that made it even more interesting to me.
Sewing: Binding! I love to sew binding!
More about this quilt finish to come later in the week!
Hope you're having a great first week of the new year! It's predicted to warm up here, and we're definitely looking forward to that!
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