A Slow Thursday

Today's been a rather slow day. We got some early morning showers that seemed to last all day. Thankfully so far it hasn't been as severe as they thought it was going to be for our area. 

I worked on my monthly goal list today. 

The closets have been cleaned out, the pantry has been cleaned and reorganized, and after I get Kyla from school I'll knock out the entertainment center. 

The pantry before the cleaning. 

I also remembered to call the OMV today about Kyla's learners permit. She took her driver's ed class about six months ago and I know legally she can take her road test to get her actual license. But I just don't think she's quite ready yet. She is doing really good and I even let her drive the two-hour span from our home town to Pine Bluff, Arkansas a few weeks ago on our way up to Bentonville. While she is gaining confidence in her abilities, as am I, she still has a lot to learn in regards to driving while having retinitis pigmentosa. That I just feel 16 is way too young to be turned loose on the roads with no supervision in the car. 

I think I'm going to spend the rest of my evening between the pages of The Book of the Unwinding. 

It's the second in the Witches of New Orleans series by J. D. Horn. The series deals with different types of witches from the greater New Orleans area, your typical witch, voodoo witches, and swamp witches and the failing magic that seems to be happening all over the world and what lines they are all willing to cross to save their own magic. If you like sci-fi fantasy type books, this one is great. And the author's knowledge of the French Quarters is amazing. He really put in the work to get it right. 

I'm about halfway through this second part of the series, it's a hard to put down kind of book. 

What are your plans for the evening? Anything exciting? Let us know in the comments below. 


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