I'm joining in with Heather for her monthly blog post where we all share four somethings we're currently doing.
This is what I'm currently reading. I'm almost done with it and will most likely finish it today (Saturday). I've never read anything by this author, but I like her! This is a book about someone presently living in Paris and her life parallels another lady's life who lived in her very apartment back in the days of World War II. Each chapter is told from the different perspectives of the two women, so it skips around a bit, but in a way that you don't get confused. It's a great book, it's just a little hard to read, as are most books that take place during WWII.
Quality time spent with my main man. Last night we joined his best friend and his wife for dinner at Firebirds. We have never done that, in all the years he and Chris have been friends and we will definitely be doing it again. We had a great time and could have sat for hours more talking, even after the two and a half we spent there while we ate. My dinner was amazing—I had a peppercorn crusted sirloin that was medium rare and he had ribs, which my sister Trish turned me onto when she got them there for her birthday. I love date night and I loved our double date.
(This picture is about eight years ago.) All these guys have birthdays in the next five weeks! Jonah and Noah will be eighteen on March 10, Graham will be twenty two on March 11, and Drew will be twenty one on April 3.
Welcome to Birthday Season in the Goodwin home. It's not that big a deal now as it used to be, but when they were little, it was CRAZY TOWN. They always wanted sleepovers and usually always more than just two or three. I always did simple dinners for them on those sleepover nights and I always made their favorite boxed cakes. These days we have family over for combined dinners, but I don't know what we'll do this year as the grandparents may not be comfortable with that. We'll see. It'll be here before I know it.
Thanks for reading my blog! Love to all.