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Monday so far

I turned off the computer around 11:30 p.m.  That could have been better.  I read until 1:30 a.m.  I finished The Burning Offer, which was part one in a four-part serial.  It was not my kind of thing.  It was gritty and there was hate sex, and some psychological sexual experimentation.  I reviewed it on Goodreads, but didn't give it a rating, because it was so far from what I like to read, yet well-written for what it was.  I woke at 9:15 a.m. because Mom was yelling at Dad while she was out in the hallway.  I told her not to start yelling until 10:00 a.m.  I don't think I'm going to enjoy her retirement as much as she will.

I got some more free books.  Some sounded like standard paranormal romance.  I think I'll like those.

'Sharifa Asma' opened up during the night.  It's so pretty and it smells so good.

A few hours later: I shopped at ARe.  They were having a 50% rebate.  I got Hollis Shiloh novellas and a Sean Michael Mannies novel.

I went outside.  It's not as hot as it was, but it's humid.  I planted more begonias and the dill.  I picked a flower of 'Aunt Honey'.  The tradescantia 'Miss Kate' had a couple of flowers on it.  One of the 'Gold Dust' daylilies has a flower stalk.  I'll have to watch for that to bloom.  It's supposed to be fragrant.

Later: I read a lot of Hollis Shiloh stories.
Tags: flowers, garden, plants, reading
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