Thursday, 19 January 2017

Right Now ...

Listening: to the audio CDs of the Harry Potter series.
Every evening, after supper, we listen to an hour of the dulcet tones of Stephen Fry.
We're on book 4: The Goblet of Fire.
Watching: the first two episodes of the new series of Endeavour
via catch-up TV.  It's the way to go ... no adverts.
Making: scrapbook pages; a mix of double and single layouts
and even a few 8.5x11.
Reading: book 11 of the Poldark series on the Kindle; one more to go.
I've finished (and enjoyed) How to Find Love in a Book Shop
Walking: trying to reach more then 10,000 steps each and every day.
For someone who walks everywhere, it's still a challenge.
Planning: making notes for a meeting with The Boy Child's Educational Psychologist,
 making notes for his Annual Review meeting and making a short list
of prospective Secondary Schools.

What's happening in your right now?


Patio Postcards said...

I really like Endeavour - we are just getting some of the first season, so I can play catch up. We had the last season almost as it was aired so I don't understand the scheduling back & forth. I also have been doing a fair amount of scrapping. I must see if our library has the audio of HP. Our right now weather is another day of fog, drizzle & just dreariness ... I will say no more.

Good luck with the list & notes for TBC's review meeting.

Melissa said...

So FUN to be listening to the Harry Potter books. We re-watched all the movies a few months ago.

We've been watching a variety of movies as I work through our collection. Recently enjoyed Left Behind & Where the Heart Is. We also went to the theater to see Hidden Figures, which was fantastic.

Sian said...

I'm making the most of having Uncle Dave here for a final couple of days. And knitting like crazy to get his cardigan finished.

alexa said...

I enjoyed watching some of the Harry Potter films over the New Year and thought I must reread the books ... Right now, listening to podcasts on work-related themes (the news is just too depressing) inbetween gently walking around to ease the pulled muscle in my lower back.