I’m loving this wonderful weather–what’s not to love about sunshine, fresh air, blue skies, and greenery on all sides?
I finished “The Kitchen Counter Cooking School” (Kathleen Flinn) and enjoyed it very much. Now I’m onto “The End of Normal”, a memoir by Mark Madoff’s widow. Of course you already know that the infamous Bernie Madoff, Mark’s father, ripped off billions and almost crashed the stock market–pretty scary to think one person could do that, practically single-handed. I can’t help sympathizing with the plight of this young mother and her children, though, because they too were victims. Still, I think I’ll listen to something a little happier on the next go round–one I’m particularly looking forward to is Kevin Sorbo’s new book. I’ve met Kevin, since he played Chance in my one and only TV Movie, “Last Chance Cafe”, and he’s not only seriously cute, he’s nice.
I was hoping to catch Debbie Macomber on QVC yesterday, but somehow I missed her. Drat!
I have work to do, so I’d better get at it.
And that’s the news.