#ThankfullyReading, Day 3

Today was my third day of Thankfully Reading Weekend, and it was great. I read a little less than yesterday (had some other things come up), but I was still able to finish Blaze by Richard Backman, as well as get 125 pages into Duma Key by Stephen King. I also read more of the fifth book in the Wheel of Time series, The Fires of Heaven, by Robert Jordan–I did that before I fell asleep last night (which means I also got to mark another square off on my bingo card). As far as the bingo card goes, I was actually able to mark off three more squares: read more than one book, read under the covers, and read for a total of 8 hours.

On the screen front, the movie we watched last night–Ready or Not–was fantastic. One of the best movies I watched all year. It was HILARIOUS…and gross, in the best possible ways.

If you are into horror movies and seriously dark humor, you will love this. I laughed so much.

Now I’m off to watch some Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which is also hilarious and has a great cast.

I can’t believe tomorrow is Sunday already, but I’m looking forward to another lazy day. Three cheers for four-day weekends!

5 thoughts on “#ThankfullyReading, Day 3

  1. I’m going to have to look for this movie. Sounds like my kind of movie. We love Brooklyn Nine Nine too. Sounds like you had a good day of reading. Myself? Zero. And not looking like I’ll get any in, but tomorrow, hopefully. I worked, only 10:30 to 4, but it took a lot out of me because we were getting ready for a book sale that is supposed to start tomorrow, but runs through next Saturday. I do have a couple of days in the middle of week this coming week, so I’ll catch up with reading then…hopefully.

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    1. Book sales are rough when you have to get them ready yourselves (as opposed to a Friends group doing it). And 10:30 to 4 is rough, too, because it’s middle-of-the-day. I get it. That’s prime reading time right there.

      And yes, you and Kim would really like Ready or Not.


      1. Our Friends do have a sale in the summer. We still are doing the sale for an annual event in our town in December, Dickens of a Christmas. It’s just in the library and small, but still a lot of work…and to be honest, not always worth the effort we put in for it. BUT every little bit helps.

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