Highlight of the week: We had a nice weekend. Friday evening and Saturday we were in Indiana visiting my grandma. Yesterday I got some tidying and reading done and started writing my Valentine's Day cards. And then, of course, we watched our Denver Broncos win the Super Bowl! (The commercials were disappointing, though.)
Reading: "Fifteen Dogs" by Andre Alexis, about a bet between Hermes and Apollo that involves giving human intelligence to 15 dogs. It's not bad, but it's not totally holding my attention either. At least it's pretty short. I also read an advance copy of "The Widow" by Fiona Barton last week. I realized it was the third novel set in England about a kidnapping I've read so far in 2016 -- it's definitely time to mix things up!
Knitting: Not a thing. Which is a problem!
Watching: "Burnt" (not bad -- and Bradley Cooper looks dreamy in a chef's coat), "Sicario" (also not bad) and "Home" (cute family movie, although the Rihanna soundtrack was kinda strange).
Eating: We made a big, delicious pot of copycat Red Robin chili to enjoy during the game last night.
Listening to: Phillip Wesley, the newest addition to my playlist of contemporary pianists. It's perfect music for reading or writing letters.
Looking forward to: My best friend Katie will be here for a visit this week! And "Walking Dead" starts back this Sunday. Sounds like a perfect Valentine's Day to me! ;)