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Meeting friends and planning a party | Weekly Snapshot

Hello, fellow readers and bloggers! Hope you've got a good book that you are lost in currently. Life This was a much needed slower week after weeks of the other kind. Work was busy until Wednesday and then it got quieter, so that helped me have the mental energy to do other things.  The girl's birthday is in 10 days (yes, both my daughter and I share the same birthday month) and we are planning a small party during the following weekend. Guess what theme she wants? Yes, princesses. I wish little girls aspired for more than most of the pink stuff that's paraded at them in the stores. Anyways, I'll be doing some planning for this and trying to pull it together.  There's been another big thing going on for the past couple of months. We've been meeting with a contractor to renovate our kitchen and do hardwood throughout the main floor. It's going to be somewhat massive of an undertaking but we are excited for the end result. We still have several finishes to dec

Over at Postcards from Asia



While I spend a good chunk of this week getting ready for my five-day long weekend - Woohoo!! - I'm over at Delia's blog, Postcards from Asia. If you're not familiar with Delia, you need head out to her blog there right away. She is a reader, a blogger, and a writer, and her posts are always fun to read.


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Ti Reed said…
Great questions! Loved learning more about you. These types of posts are always fun.
literaryfeline said…
I love that quote from The House at the End of Hope Street too. :-) I don't know if it's true, but I read somewhere that eating cake in the morning is better than eating it before bed. LOL


I am looking forward to reading The Dinner at some point. The more I hear about it, the more I want to read it.


Great interview!
Delia (Postcards from Asia) said…
Thanks again Athira for this fun interview. Enjoy your long weekend!
Nishita said…
Loved your interview, Athira!