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Frustrations of reading

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I've done much less reading this year than last. Last year, I was catching up on a decades worth of Christian fiction (I read lots as a pre-teen and then didn't revisit the genre until a few years back). Although I'm far from caught up, I made it thru the collections of several dozens of prolific authors. I also discovered a lot of non-fiction - knitting, health/diet - last year. So this year, I've been casually reading a little bit here and there but nothing like last years marathon. One of the barriers had been one of my prescriptions, which has the odd side effect where I don't always remember the final things before falling asleep. It happened a lot where I just don't even remember the section or ending of the book! I went to put a book in my bag that i'd set aside as done and even recorded in goodreads and I couldn't remember how it ended. Sheesh, how frustrating to have to go backwards until I remember where I was. So that has been a deterent. I've been spending time on my iPhone instead, doing crosswords or browsing the Internet before bed instead. A few weeks back, we sorted the bookshelves and I've found a handful of unread romance and a lot of unread Christian books picked up from book sales. Plus, E has quite a few he owns that he's been recommending. Now that it's all organized, it should be easier to pick them out and spend the time. I do have some Christmas themed books I should read or reread, and I think the Velvet series by Jude Deveraux will come along on my trip to CA because they are great rereads for the holidays - it's become a tradition for me I do look forward to the day when I start to search out some new books to read but it may not be immediately except for the authors I'm specifically watching. It will be nice when I don't have to worry about nighttime forgetfulness as well!



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kristine is a giggly geeky crafty girl, growing in faith and hope.

FOOD - Instant Pot One-Minute Quinoa and Veggies. Add veggies to one-minute quinoa! One-minute quinoa and veggies is a complete (and virtually instant) meal with just one minute in the pressure cooker. https://www.superhealthykids.com/instant-pot-one-minute-quinoa-and-veggies/
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An infographic taken from the myheart.net POTS resource that details some of the treatments of POTS syndrome
Watermelon Gazpacho with Feta and Mint recipe on Food52
kristine queued Rockefeller by Lisa K. Ross
kristine favorited Rockefeller by Lisa K. Ross
kristine queued Alice by Hiroko Fukatsu


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