Goin’ crazy!

Today’s book review is

*Sigh* Let’s start over. That’s where the timer beeped and I had to move banana oatmeal chocolate chip cookies (part of testing a review cookbook!) to the cooling rack.

Take three. That’s where my husband got home from work, still deep in the throes of a conference call. So far today I’ve written two book reviews (today’s review of Donna MacMeans’s The Trouble with Moonlight and tomorrow’s queued up review of Emmett James’s Admit One). I’ve cleaned up cat puke from the doorway of the guest room. I’ve put up a new design at Caffeinated Chicanery:

Still looking for my muse

I visited a goodly handful of cool book blogs (just check out the blog roll on the reviews blog if you want some ideas for where to start!). I made a marinade for Chinese BBQ pork (cha siu, if I recall correctly). I got a package of gardening stuff and got all that put away. I still need to do a load of laundry and clean up the living room and dining room, and my husband gets to vacuum.

The cleaning is because an old friend of mine is coming tomorrow and staying for a week (yay!). The rest of it is just me apparently going a little crazy.

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2 comments on “Goin’ crazy!
  1. There are days the interruptions seem to come one right after another . . . I do hope your cat is okay. Mine upchucked a hairball the other day, right down the side of a tall box we’d left up from Christmas for him to laze on. I figured that was a sign that it was time to throw the box away. I hope you and your friend have a nice visit, Heather!

  2. heather says:

    Feline: Cahlash seems to be doing well; he just pukes regularly for no apparent reason. This does not go particularly well with a raw diet, at least when it comes to cleaning up. Thankfully, however, nearly half the house has wood or tile floors, which are much easier to clean than carpeting. The really entertaining (in a schadenfreude sense) part of it is that he has this habit of swinging around while puking, and thus projectile-vomiting over whatever is in the vicinity. Sometimes including walls, the bed, and so on. I’m quite glad to have discovered enzyme cleansers—don’t know what I’d do without them!

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