I’m writing this with a fire going in my office fireplace. It’s a very toasty way to spend a cold Friday morning!
I wanted to let people know about a fun discussion I’ll be leading in a few weeks. Our local Ronald McDonald House has an author book club series. If you donate $25, you can join the virtual book club to hear the author talk about the book and ask questions.
I’ll be doing a session on I Know How She Does It on Friday, February 11 at 12 p.m. You can see the page on all the author sessions here. I would love to have some familiar names on the call, and the Ronald McDonald House is a good organization to support (like everyone they’ve not been able to do the galas and silent auctions that they relied on for fundraising…I thought this was a nice new idea!). Thanks for considering it.
No big adventures planned for this weekend…so hopefully there will be a lot of unpacking. I still haven’t found the pots and pans but the kitchen only has a few more boxes in it. Here’s hoping…
Photo: Just using the fireplace picture again…
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My sister lost her car keys (with the $300 fob) when they moved and she never found it. She was convinced it was in a box, but after living in their new home for over a decade (and eventually unpacking all those boxes)…I’m assuming she’s lost hope (and they no longer have that vehicle, so there’s that, too).
Assuming your pots will be a lot easier to find than her keys – fingers crossed!
What a great experience for a good cause re. Ronald McDonald.
@Elisabeth – ugh, that would be a sad thing to lose. I really thought through things and moved the stuff I knew we would need in the first week, but I figured we would find most of the necessary things by week 2. It’s not a tragedy by any means and plenty of stores sell pans. BUT I so don’t want to buy replacements when I own pots and they are here somewhere…
I am looking forward to the Ronald McDonald House event, that is one of my favorite books EVER and I think I am due to re-read it. I hope other readers hop on! I love learning how other women make it work.