Peers around the doorframe
Is it safe to hope for 2022 yet? I mean 2021 wasn’t the worst year I’ve ever had, but it was … yeah.
Anyway, at the moment I am reading:
A Redbird Christmas by Fannie Flagg. It’s the last of the Christmas books I picked up this year (I’m sure there’s a few lurking in my Kindle from previous years.)
On audio, I’m nearly done with Murder Aforethought the second Cabrini Law book by Parker St. John. It’s my favorite of the 3 I have read and I needed something to keep my attention on late nite drives home from the airport. (I’m doing Uber these days)
Khadaji was one of the earlier members of SDMB, and he was well-known as a kindly person who always had something encouraging to say, particularly in the self-improvement threads. He was also a voracious, omnivorous reader, who started these threads 'way back in the Stone Age of 2005. Consequently, when he suddenly and quite unexpectedly passed away in January 2013, we decided to rename this thread in his honor and to keep his memory, if not his ghost, alive.