What I'm Reading: My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante (for book group), Lead With Humility: 12 Leadership Lessons from Pope Francis by Jeffrey A. Krames, Blasphemy by Sherman Alexie (because I want to read what the cool kids are reading) and The Brothers Karamazov by Fydor Dostoevsky, because I think I should. (I really want to start Britt-Marie, but am making myself wait until at least one of these others is completed!)
What I'm Writing: A couple of poems. This blog post. Memoir notes for a friend. I'm thinking about the novel.
Only 60 more squares to go!
What I'm Sewing: Nada. But I want to be -- I have so many quilt ideas banging around in my head.
What I'm Cooking: Dishes with beautiful produce. And blackberry cobblers.
Going away supper for Carly as she gets ready to leave for her sophomore year at Belmont.
Birthday supper for sweet friend, Ann, with Tammy and Lori.
Delivering 47 blackberry cobblers to my generous friends; ergo delivering $1000 to the Southern Indiana Center for the Arts from the sale of those cobblers.
Difficult Stuff: Funeral for Helen, my dear friend, Laverne's mother. Visited with our friend, Pam, who lost her beloved dad last week. 45 is still the POTUS.
Big Question of the week: Why do people hate Ed Sheeran?