What Do You Mean it’s Monday?

Uhm…oops? Today is Monday. Yesterday was Easter. That means it was Sunday. But I took a nap. And then it was time for Chinese takeout from our favorite small place (which is closing for a week because they need a break and a resupply for takeout containers) and we’re 🤞 they reopen. Young couple, new restaurant, tough times! Anyway, I totally blanked on setting up today’s blog. Ah, well.

There was a week. I did a little writing. VERY little. I’m considering digging out a book that I always thought was good enough to publish but it was written so long ago, it would lose in translation if I tried to update it as a contemporary and it’s not a “historical in the since it’s…historical. Anyway, I’m debating about posting a chapter a week here on the site as a way to say thanks to my readers. It’s a suspense with a touch of romance. Opinions? 📚

We dropped by the kids’ house yesterday to take Easter stuffs for Stormy, b-day stuffs for Baseball Boy, and since I didn’t want to leave Only out, I took her a bag of Sylvia Day books that I’d been meaning to give her for…a few years. Don’t ask. It was good to see them but no hugs or kisses and mostly distancing but it was good to see them. 😷

One of my favorite coffee mugs is leaking when I take a drink. This makes me glad I’m wearing a dark brown tank top. 🤣

Finished LOYALTY IN DEATH. That’s always a tough book for me but especially this time of year, with all the hype leading to the 25th Anniversary of the OKC Bombing. Technically, it’s the Murrah Federal Building Bombing. Those of us there just call it The Murrah. Anyway, moved on to Shelley Laurenston’s Badger series, a spin-off from her Pride series of shifter books. Honey badgers and bears. What’s not to love? Plus, Laurenston’s warped humor is much appreciated at the moment. The 3rd book in the series just dropped so this is a re-listen of the first two, HOT AND BADGERED and IN A BADGER WAY before indulging in the last, BADGER TO THE BONE.

Once again, I wasn’t familiar with the entertainer who was unmasked on the Masked Singer. The Kangaroo was Jordyn Woods. She’s cute and very talented but the two she went head-to-head with out sang her. Live PD is semi-live now. Vetted teams are riding with a limited number of departments and the hosts are still broadcasting from their homes. Ah well. I’m still getting a small fix of one of my fave shows. Fox Sports Midwest is still showing previous STL Cardinals games. Getting a little fix there too. Eventually, life will return to normal.

That’s about all the news for me. We’re coping and adapting and are healthly. For those not suited to the “Alone Life,” remember that you can reach out to people over the phone, the internet, and heck–you can even write letters! We’re #AloneTogether and we’ll get through this! How are all of you doing?


About Silver James

I like walks on the wild side and coffee. Lots of coffee. Warning: My Muse runs with scissors. Author of several award-winning series--Moonstruck, Nightriders MC, The Penumbra Papers, and Red Dirt Royalty (Harlequin Desire) & other books! Purveyor of magic, mystery, mayhem and romance. Lots and lots of romance.
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2 Responses to What Do You Mean it’s Monday?

  1. Hi! I wondered where you’d gotten to this morning. You’re not the only one who lost track of days. Owl thought yesterday was Saturday until bedtime last night. It’s all very weird right now. People, things, time…

    I’d love to read whatever you decide to move forward with. I’ve heard people say they’d read a writer’s grocery list and while I wouldn’t go that far, I’ll read anything fiction you write. ;o)

    Yay for getting to see the kids, even if it was from 6ft away. Yay for reading and watching TV and for getting a baseball fix, even if it’s old baseball.

    Everything is same same here. We’re all well, other than the occasional allergy thing. Damn oak pollen. Gets me every year. Everyone I know and care about is well as far as I know. Just sick of all this. Enough already. I’m am SO over the whole chaos thing. Bleh.

    • Silver James says:

      Red cedar runs into golden oak and then I’m good until cottonwood and ragweed season. 🙄

      I’m really thinking about sharing SUPREME SACRIFICE. It’s about a widowed arson investigator and while there is a romantic interest, they don’t do much more than date and solve the crime. 😆 But yeah, I’m leaning that way. It means finding it in my files and…well…its not like I’m really writing anything new.

      Hang in there and virtual hugs in return! ❤

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