Week in Review: February 7, 2016

missprintweekreviewThis week on the blog you can check out:

This week I had a lot of stuff happening at work which is slowly but surely getting under control. I also met the girl I’m mentoring at my alma mater. She seems nice and we’re making plans. I actually just made a lot of plans in general this weekend. Time will tell if I stick to them.

I had a three day weekend. On Friday I did laundry and then I went to the dentist which was long overdue. I needed fillings and have to go back on Tuesday for the last one. I also need to go to an oral surgeon because apparently my bottom wisdom teeth are completely sideways and it’s starting to cause problems. I’m pretty upset about it and I swear they are starting to hurt although I’m willing to admit that’s probably all in my head.

On Saturday I ventured to Queens for Estelle’s birthday festivities which wasn’t as much of a nightmare as I thought travel to Queens would be on the weekend. Then I went to the Met to see the American and European Embroidered Samplers, 1600-1900 exhibit (smaller than I thought but still pretty neat) and The Luxury of Time which looked at antique European clocks and watches which was pretty neat. If you follow me on Twitter, I’m planning to tweet the pictures I took of the exhibit when I have some time.

Sunday (today) I’m making meatballs and tomato sauce and maybe some egg salad for lunch. I also am taking a hard look at my books and admitting there are some I’m just not going to read. It’s been liberating and was another long overdue thing.

If you want to see how my month in reading is shaking out be sure to check out my February Reading Tracker.

How was your week?

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