Thanks to Laurie from Meditations in Motion, I discovered a link up started by blogger Heather Gerwing. The fourth Saturday of each month (for me a Tuesday), Heather invites other bloggers to share their “Four Somethings”: Something Loved, Something Read, Something Treasured, and Something Ahead. Sharing these four somethings is a great way to recap your month and highlight what stood out to you. If you are a blogger, you may post your Four Somethings too!
1. Something Loved.
At this point in this HOT, HUMID summer, I have loved my Sunday time on Lake George. It has been peaceful and scenic but more importantly, an opportunity to cool off, relax and read.
Unlike other summers, it has NOT been an occasion to connect with friends and participate in social gatherings.
How have you kept cool this summer? Has it been different than previous summers?
2. Something Read.
I took a break from my borrowed mystery novel collection since our library has now opened for book pick-up.
This book is is narrated by 31-year-old Casey, who is struggling to finish writing her first novel while trying to handle college loan debts and her mother’s recent, unexpected death. In the mix is a love triangle.
I really enjoyed this book and loved how the main character evolved and how the story ended.
Have you read this or King’s other novels?
3. Something Treasured.
Of course, our times together are different. We are either 6 feet apart or on ZOOM but they are there for support and share our interests, worries, etc.
They are all respectful of the need to stay safe. I have felt isolated by working from home. My friends have definitely added some normalcy to my life.
Have you been able to stay in touch with your friends?
4. Something Ahead.
Hopefully this will be in NH to run the Smuttynose Half Marathon. Ten of us have rented a house for 4 days.
If not, my next one is in February in Fla.
Are you looking forward to any races that you have already registered for?
I’m also linking up here:
Happy Running! What are your somethings? Share at least ONE.