In my private life
My week has been extra busy with me working long hours (one day even till 8 PM) and my washing machine broke down!
I had it for 12 years and we use it daily so maybe that was to be expected!
As I can’t stay without one, we had a limited choice of replacement if we wanted it to be delivered swiftly so me bought a new very costly one!
Let’s hope it will be worth the money…
Next week will be even busier than this week with me traveling a lot for business so I expect that it will be difficult to keep up before next Friday!!
I also got several messages from Photobucket that I had to pay if I wanted to keep my pictures because I was over the free storage limit. When I began blogging, I used photobucket a lot (it was free) so today I went and erased a ton of pictures!
I hope I won’t have too many broken links but oh, well…
Also it’s time for some Windows update and I plan to make these updates today after posting so pray for me that everything goes well as I had some previous bad experiences…
For once, I want to share a song here!
I confess that I was prejudiced against Miley Cyrus with her having the provoking attitude and all but recently, I was very astonished when I heard her singing the iconic “Nothing Else Matter” by Metallica!
That girl has a VOICE!
And this past week, I fell HARD for her single FLOWERS that I am listening to all the time!
When I read the comments about what coud have motivated the song (Liam allegedly cheating on her) I confess that I went to look for all the gossips while I am not usually one to read trash magazines 🙂
As usual, I am leaving you with some reels…
The first one is my reaction when I read some books (The Atlas Six) and am not sure if I am dumb or if the author is just gaslighting the readers…
The second is an unboxing (for once) because I sweat buckets to have a little trick with my box and my computer!
Last week on the blog (click on the graphic to read the post)
Last week I posted two reviews about books I have adored!
One was a reread of my favorite book Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson
And the second is about a delicious cozy fantasy with adorable characters and unexpected duo: Emily Wilde’s Encyclopaedia of Faeries by Heather Fawcett
Thanks for reading!