So how did everyone spend earth hour? I was a little confused (what else is new) and thought it was 8-9 p.m. when in fact it was 8:30 to 9:30p.m. so I've added another hour on to the no lights zone. I had made a tea and brownie prior and sat down to do nothing only to find my tea cold and brownie untouched. I guess my brain said no lights, must be time to sleep. My neck is a little crooked today.
Beyond that, Sunday Salon finds me "FINALLY" finished In The Woods, Tana French. It took me almost a month to read that book, not that it was not good, but I just found some of the parts a little TOO disturbing for me at this point in my life. I was stumped as to "who dunit" until well into the book. I really hate the statistics that show it might have been one of the parents. At any rate, In The Woods, was a mystery/thriller, in every sense of the description. Story set in Ireland, against the backdrop of political intrigue (minor element) and missing/murdered children, and a detective team that are very unusual. I truly had hoped that there would have been a resolution to the underlying mystery, but the conclusion was well played anyway.
My week has been the usual, I'm on March break this week, and the basement is calling. I was hard at it yesterday, on the ladder, and the phone just didn't stop, it wasn't until I finally fell reaching for it that I said, "NO MORE CALLS". My arm is a little sore and my back quite sore. Today is Palm Sunday so there will be no housework. My youngest is a little under the weather so I'll be pampering him. No idea what else. Maybe some Advil and a rest. Up next on the reading front is " The Burning Air,' Erin Kelly.
Reading The Burning Air
Listening to (trying to listen) Miss Marple Investigates.
Have a great weekend.