I have been enjoying participating in Reverb 10, but I think I've had about all the public self-reflection I can stand for now. I'll continue reading and thinking about the daily prompts, but I'm probably not going to write about any of them unless one really stands out.
I had a three-day weekend and spent most of Friday hanging out with my sister. We had lunch, went shopping so I could get some more business attire to wear to interviews, and walked the trail at Unity Village. It was so warm out that we didn't even need jackets.
The next day it snowed, but not until evening. My Saturday was mostly given over to reading, cooking, baking and playing with the cats. I had two parties to attend, but it got so cold and icky out that I decided to limit myself to the one closest to my house. I baked a Butternut Pound Cake to bring with me and it was a definite hit, despite sticking to the pan.
I still have not put up any holiday decor whatsoever, but I have been burning a WoodWick peppermint cocoa candle that's not only beautiful but smells exactly as labeled.
Because the weather has finally gotten dangerously cold and icy, my daily walks have moved indoors. Today was the first day A Librarian and I walked on our treadmills in her basement and it went pretty well, despite the fact that the two treadmills seem to be calibrated completely differently. We appeared to be keeping the same pace, but my treadmill readout was very stingy about reporting calories burned. It wasn't even clear that the two treadmills were tracking time and mileage evenly. Still, exercise is exercise.