Just checking in to share my progress with the book clubs’ picks for this month.
BOOKS, BOOZE & BAJINGOS:
PROGRESS: Chapter 6
THOUGHTS SO FAR: I forgot, as I started reading this book, that it is set in Australia. Once I remembered/realized that fact, I started reading it in a horrible Australian accent. So far so good, but I wish I could just find time to settle in and read. Maile and Annie are both done. Maile has even read it twice already!
VAGINAL FANTASY BOOK CLUB:
THOUGHTS SO FAR: Well, I own it on Audible. That’s about all of my progress. :/
Are you reading along with either of these book clubs this month? If so, how far are you?
Whoops! I got my days mixed up! This was supposed to post yesterday, and yesterday’s post was meant for today. Oh well. It’s not the end of the world.
I thought I’d share some holiday decorating ideas, tips and a few items I’d personally love to own and decorate with, from around the internet.
I was toying with the idea of doing a post of Mr. LL and I doing a gingerbread house together. But we did it together, without me stopping us to take photos because that is just what we needed at the moment. We needed some time together making something, laughing at its flaws, and eating the candy decorations as our house fell in on itself. I didn’t want to document it. I wanted to live it. Maybe next year.
So, since I don’t have that post, I thought I’d share this one I saw this morning. I have holiday cookies on the brain and this is a great round up.
Last week I went over the monthly get together for Books, Booze and Bajingos. If you haven’t read that yet, you should check it out.
just a quick reminder, the pick for BB&B this month is:
Felicia Day’s Vaginal Fantasy book club also holds its meet-up at the end of the month, you can click here to watch their video.
The main book for the Vaginal Fantasy book club, for the month of December, is:
Let me know if you are reading along with us, or Vaginal Fantasy!
I just wanted to remind you all that there a few cookie posts on Lazy Lady that I have used for past holiday gifts (for coworkers and for folks out of town).