December 2019 Monthly Wrap-Up

The first 25 days of December were documented in Blogmas, which starts here. Basically, work killed me, I did things like voice lessons and doctor’s appointments, and I was able to have a few fun times with friends. After Christmas, my family came to Mississippi to see my grandpa and have enjoyed things like seeing Little Women, visiting with my aunt and uncle, and shopping downtown with a family friend.

This month I’m…

Reading: Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll (reread). The Glass Castle, Jeanette Walls. The School Story, Andrew Clements (reread). The Astonishing Color of After, Emily X. R. Pan. The Moffats, Eleanor Estes. Gone-Away Lake, Elizabeth Enright (reread). Full Circle, Andrea Barber. Notes From A Young Black Chef, Kwame Onwuachi. Wildflowers of Terezin, Robert Elmer. Nickel and Dimed, Barbara Ehrenreich. Queen of Nothing, Holly Black. In the Kingdom Of the Sick, Laurie Edwards. Spin the Dawn, Elizabeth Lim. Heidi, Johanna Spyri (reread). Normally This Would Be Cause For Concern, Danielle Fishel. The Year of Learning Dangerously, Quinn Cummings. Sick Kids in Love, Hannah Moskowitz. The Whole Thing Together, Ann Brashares. 18 total.

Listening to: Maisie Peters. Christmas music. Audrey Assad. I’m Not That Girl, Wicked.

Watching: Captain America: Civil War. The Glass Castle. Elf. The Death Cure. A Christmas Story. The Aeronauts. Little Women. Natasha Bure vlogs, Abbey Sharp’s YouTube channel, and David Dobrik vlogs.

Eating: Burgers and fries. Ham and mustard sandwiches. Banana peanut butter smoothies during flare-ups. Baked potatoes and strawberries. Dairy free biscuits and chocolate pie.

Writing: Beyond plotting my ice skating novel a bit and writing one piece of fanfiction, I didn’t really do any fun writing this month. Work-wise, life was crazy because I started accepting new clients/projects again, and I had to cram four weeks’ worth of work into three weeks. But somehow it all got done.

What did you do in December?

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