Time // 3:20 p.m.
Place // At my desk in my home office/library/cat playroom.
Eating // Nothing yet. I’m getting ready to start cooking Easter dinner for the boyfriend and I — ham, baked potatoes, fresh green beans and breadsticks.
Drinking // Bigelow Tea’s Lemon Lift.
Watching // I spent all morning getting caught up with Grey’s Anatomy, Community, and The Office.
Reading // Butterfly’s Child by Angela Davis-Gardner for a TLC Book Tour. I wasn’t sure if this would be quite my kind of book, but so far the pages are just flying right by.
Wanting // An extra day in my weekend!
Thinking // About when to start dinner, which blogs posts I’m going to submit for the Independent Book Blogger Awards; if you’re planning on/thinking about attending Book Expo America, you should check these out.
Listening // To “Somebody That I Used to Know” by Gotye, featuring Kimbra. The video is a little strange, but I’m obsessed with this song.
Creating // Nothing for the moment, although I did have my own personal Bloggiesta over the weekend and managed to get almost caught up on reviews and adding links to my review archive.
Hoping // That I can find time to respond to comments this afternoon before I need to start making dinner. Also, that I can find some motivation to get back to running this week.
Needing // Hannah to calm down just a little bit. It must be the full moon or something, but she’s been on a rampage the last couple of days.
Anticipating // Work tomorrow. I have a big-ish story that I need to get working on right away tomorrow morning. It’s been hanging over my head all weekend (boo!)
P.S. If you’re looking for some good book-related reads in the next couple days, I suggest James W. Hall’s “Beware Literary Snobbery: Why We Should Read Bestsellers” and Tom Cox’s “How to reorganise your bookshelf using the honesty system.” Both gave me a little something to think about this morning.