This month's book was The Paris Architect. Some of us liked it, some of us didn't. My opinion was that it was a decent book, but I feel like in the last year or so I've read an excessive number of book about the Nazis, especially the Nazis in France. Be it the Nightingale, All the Light We Cannot See, The Lilac Girls, all were fantastic books-I'm just ready for something a leeetle bit more uplifting, you know? Or at least a different genre.
Meanwhile, this evening we have three, count em three pies in our house. Scary, no? My sister eats sweets for breakfast and bought herself a bakery pumpkin pie. Then she used one of her two days off to play with her new toys: Cast iron baking pans and a books on cast iron pies and cast iron baking. A day and half later I have a lemon creme brulee pie baked in a large cast iron skillet, a strawberry pie. And that poor partial pumpkin pie that's hiding in the fridge. Thankfully, the strawberry pie is going to someone else's home, and she'll finish the pumpkin pie. I'm left with the lemon, and making every attempt just to have a small sliver every night. We'll see how that one goes.
I finally started on my new knitting project, and after playing with a variety of colors, ended up using the purple. I rarely make stuff for me, and I was really looking for a tank, but this one has the off shoulder thing, so it'll be cool-and it will be fast to work on. It's too dark now to get a any good lighting but tomorrow I'll share my project.
Happy Weekend, allQ