July Round Up

A bit late, but it’s here:

Books: This month I read One Thousand White Women: The Journal of May Dodd. I am a big fan of books written in letter or journal form, they just pass by so quickly! This book though! Love it! Until I read the very end and found out that it is not a true story! Complete fiction! I wish I would have known that as I was reading. Here I was telling Matt lies about history all month!

TV: Game of Thrones in back! I could leave it at that, but we are also caught up on Master of None and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. I love when you can binge watch full seasons!

What’s Cooking: Well, nothing much. We have only had a few cooked meals in our house, but we have to pack lunches starting next week, so all that will have to change. We did however, buy a grill! Good times on the patio to come!


Monthly Musing: A lot has happened in July. We spent the first 17 days in Mallorca taking classes, and the last 14 in Cambodia finding a house, and doing school orientation. Needless to say, it has been busy. A musing for you though: On our flight to Cambodia we had to sprint (for REAL) to catch out Barcelona to Singapore flight. Imagine the Home Alone Family running through the airport and getting to the gate…just made it. We stepped into the Barcelona airport about 15 minutes before our flight left. Not boarded…left. Thanks to our fast feet, and a nice airline that let us on, and some nice people who let us cut the customs line, we made it!

Matt’s Musing: I found Wantan Mee here. It’s at the closest noodle place to our house.


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