Good grief! I wonder how many times I have started a blog with those two words…I am also wondering about where the time is going>>> Both of my adult children are on their "winter breaks" (which seems to be the term the universities now use to describe what used to be called "Christmas break") and I have been enjoying the time immensely.
My son has converted to a "night-owl species" which means that he is awake while the rest of us are asleep. Some of our time overlaps… which is when we try to catch up with all of his goings-on. My daughter, however, is still on a normal schedule, so I am enjoying seeing her during the day.
I am getting barely any cozy mystery audio book time, as I am rarely alone in my car. So far, the only time I have had to listen to my "Barbara Rosenbladt/Davina Porter" melodious readings is when I am driving to the grocery store or going to gas up the car. And, of course I don’t listen to my audios while others are in the car… so most of my car listening has been Christmas music (or should I say "winter break music"?) playing in the background.
Chris Forman says
For the teachers out there, whether it be winter break or Christmas break, we call it heaven. My chance to read the two Agatha Christies and the Rex Stout on the coffee table.