Currently | 12.27.16
This is the latest (in a month) I've ever written a Currently post, but I am determined not to miss a month. This is my 27th consecutive Currently!
Watching | Un Village Français
> We totally got sucked into this French historical series (A French Village in English). It takes place during World War II in occupied France, each season a different year of the war starting in 1939 and it's fascinating to see how the world and domestic events affect a small village.
Reading | The Perfume Collector by Kathleen Tessaro.
> I read ten books this past month! Lazy days in Key West definitely contributed to that. I read a few series, not necessarily long novels. However, now I am sucked into The Perfume Collector, a story of two women taking place in New York, Paris, and London. The women never met, but one woman impacts the other's life in a very significant way, I am less than 100 pages in and I am totally intrigued!
Working On | Finding good weather.
> All these winter storms and cold weather fronts are seriously impacting our plans to make our way to Portland by February 1. We have been planning and re-planning and it seems we are going to have to be very spontaneous and play it by ear – tough for two Type-A planners!
Feeling | Rested.
> It's not a feeling that will endure since I will be jumping back into work in the next few months, but I am going to enjoy the feeling while I can!
Planning | The future.
> I have been peeking in on the job market in Portland and visualizing my resume and the types of opportunities I would like to seize.
Loving | Seeing Blue.
> We have spent many, many months in red states and it's nice to be back in the blue!
My Favorite Photo | Boots on the sand.
> What a difference ten months makes! We visited White Sands National Monument in February and it was in the 30's – freezing! In December, it was 70 degrees the day we went and it was wonderful to plop myself on the hard cool sand and study the intricate designs the wind makes in the sand.
What is CURRENTLY going on with you?