I’ve had a hectic few weeks. Thanks to a bout of insomnia my hubby discovered a plumbing leak – which lead to having to have the entire house plumbing redone *sobs*– which led to holes in almost every wall - which led to weeks of contractors in my house. Add in a new floor installation that was already in progress before the pluming fiasco, a sick dog and a promise to pet sit two dogs for a friend during the repairs and reconstruction – well…my hermit self may have had a bit of meltdown.
Does anyone else get like this? I can usually handle problems but when you throw a lot of social interaction into the mix, with no time to retreat, I get overwhelmed.
I haven’t read in weeks so I have nothing for the blog (this is the problem with being a panster instead of a planner lol) so I’m going to take the next week or two to chill out, work in the garden and read and try to restore.
The pic above is the new floor – I love it! Figgy got a new cat tree – he won’t use it but loves the box it came in , famers market veggies, my butterfly garden and a belated b’day cupcake. All part of project restore Karen’s sanity! It’s working.
The top, bigger pic, are coasters I got at a small gift shop at the farmers market. They pretty much describe my mood for the week. lol (here's a link if you're interested in purchasing the coasters - co-editkit)
I may pop in with a music video or pics but I probably won’t have a review up for a week or two.
One book I do want to quickly recommend (I’ll have a review up soon) is All for You (Paris Hearts #1) by Laura Florand. Florand is one of my absolute favorite authors and she doesn’t disappoint with this new series – a spin off from her Amour et Chocolat series.
The heroine from All for You works as a chocolatier for Dominique Richards, the hero of The Chocolate Touch, which is on sale right now for $2.99. You don’t need to read TCT first but it’s a treat to read how the two couples interact in All for You.