Sober October - Day 26

Friday, October 26, 2018

Sorry for my absence. this week. There is nothing to report on the home front. I have to admit I'm counting the days until Halloween but I'm holding strong.

I'm thinking of possible posts for November, when this blog will resume its normal themes of family, social justice, and book reviews!

If there's anything you'd like me to dig into, let me know. Right now I'm thinking about a historical fiction / WWII books review and a summary of the situation in Yemen -which is described by many as the worst humanitarian crisis right now.

Have a splendid weekend!

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