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Rest day

Busy weekend. Last Saturday we watched the play then Sunday, the CHT Youth acquaintance party.

Will share photos in next post.

Since Monday was a holiday here, I had maximized my time relaxing. I finished the book by Jodi Picoult I had started weeks ago that has been dormant in my bedroom for days. It was a day well spent. I also had quality time with Summer and Hannibal, our two darling dogs. They had a good bath of course. Although they are not considered among the popular breed, they are fun to be with.

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” –Will Durant

Happy Tuesday!



    • mariqia

      Haha, thanks. Summer because it was given to me last summer, and Hannibal because the name just fits him ..:)


  1. More long weekends! I spent most of mine alternating between reading and sleeping. Looks like you were more productive. =D

    I haven’t tried reading Jodi Picoult— how was the book?


    • mariqia

      Yes indeed, hoping Sept 10 will be a holiday too.
      This is the 2nd book I read by Jodi..I’d rate it 7. Small town story, and a bit of courtroom drama.
      First book I read by her is Change of Heart, and I’m saying it’s good. She’s good. ♥
      Any books you recommend?


      • September 10? I didn’t know we had a potential coming up. Oh, I hope!

        Hmmm… courtroom/legal drama. If you like the small town setting, I think you would like John Grisham’s “The Client”— or you read that already?

        Right now, I am in love with Khaled Hosseini, but Ken Follet has always been a good standby for me. Check out this blog I wrote if you have time:


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