Stacking the Shelves (208)

Stacking the Shelves

October is almost over. The holiday season is about to commence! Or has already commenced, depending on one’s perspective. Personally, I am not looking forward to two solid months of Xmas carols and Xmas advertising. I don’t often miss the so-called “good old days”, but I do miss the days when Xmas advertising didn’t go into high gear until Black Friday – which didn’t used to be an official thing, either.

On that other hand, we don’t feel the seasons so much down here, and that’s a good thing. I don’t miss the winters in either Chicago or Anchorage. Seattle was just a bit gloomy, but not horribly cold, so not too bad. But winter in Atlanta still feels like Fall to me, which segues directly into Spring. Just about perfect.

For Review:
All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai
Becoming a Legend (Kavanagh Legends #3) by Sarah Robinson
Demons of the Flame Sea (Flame Seas #2) by Jean Johnson
Four Princes by John Julius Norwich
Girl in Disguise by Greer Macallister
Let it Snow by Jeanette Grey
Secrets of Worry Dolls by Amy Impellizzeri
Those Texas Nights (Wrangler’s Creek #1) by Delores Fossen

Purchased from Amazon:
Hunted Warrior (Dragon Kings #3) by Lindsey Piper

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4 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (208)

  1. I feel ya. We don’t get any seasons here. It’s always just sunny and 70*. Which while most would think is perfect, it gets a bit old after a while. It’s hard to want cider, hot cocoa and all the other fun fall/winter stuff when you could go outside in jeans and t-shirt. LoL

    1. We get three-ish seasons. It gets just cool enough for the leaves to turn, but it never gets bitter cold. Which I don’t miss at all. Two or three weeks where the high never got above 0 fahrenheit was no fun at all. But I’d really miss having Spring and Fall, so I understand what you mean. Same old, same old eventually gets, well, old.

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