What I Love About Sundays

Hello, hello!

It is SUCH a gorgeous day here!!! It’s 77 degrees and sunny with a slight breeze. I just love Florida “winters”. Haha 😉 I’ve spent a good chunk of my day sitting outside and reading (I’m finishing up this book and I can’t put it down!) but I did go out and run some errands earlier. I had to find my mama a birthday present and I stopped at the book store and a cafe to grab a sammie while out.

I had my favorite sandwich today from my favorite little beachy cafe. It’s called the “Hot Honey” and is a grilled ham, tomato & swiss panini on ciabatta bread with homemade honey mustard. I inhaled it in about three minutes flat!


I was really craving a diet pepsi for some reason so I had one of those also:


And I TOTALLY splurged (I just couldn’t help it!!) and bought the newest Richard Paul Evans novel as well as Nicholas Spark’s latest.  I’ll let yall know how they are!

I’m doing tons of laundry since its only day off this week and I have to wash all my whites (uniforms). I don’t have Wednesday off like usual because I specially asked for Saturday and Sunday off so I could head home for the weekend after work on Friday. I’m super excited, but that means I have to get everything done today to prepare for the week!

I’m about to head back outside, read for a little longer, have a snackie and go out for a run. Catch up with yall after dinner!

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  • Beadie
    October 19, 2008 at 5:50 pm

    That sammie looks great!

    Have a great Sunday, hope you get all your stuff done. I have lots to do myself.

  • Becky
    October 19, 2008 at 7:23 pm

    Just catching up on blog reading and saw the book entry from earlier this week and totally agree with commenters about the Time Travelers Wife. If you are planning on reading it, check it out before you come to Chicago for the Quaker Oats thing because as someone who has lived in Chicago all but 3 years of my life I think the book does such an amazing job of capturing the feel of the city with some great authentic details. Plus it’s just really good, and I’m not even usually that into romance.

    Also, if you are interested in WWII era novels, check out Suite Francaise. So amazing and powerful – the woman who wrote it was Jewish and before she finished it was taken to a concentration camp. The book was published recently after her daughters found the work along with letters and journals from that time. It is heartbreaking, but incredible.

    Love the book discussion that’s popped up on this blog – it’s given me so many good ideas!

    Have a nice Sunday!

  • VeggieGirl
    October 19, 2008 at 8:01 pm

    It’s only 40°F here… I envy your weather SOOOOO badly, haha 🙂

    Have a fun rest of your Sunday!!!

  • Cait
    October 19, 2008 at 8:07 pm

    You should join a library! Public libraries are a great resource, cost nothing to join, and unfortunately, many public libraries get shuttered or underfunded because people don’t use them.

    I work in publishing, with books stacked around my desk, and I still belong to two public library systems. I would estimate I’ve saved $150 a month by using the library. If you think reading is important, join the library, keep them funded, and let others who can’t splurge on books access literature.

  • Fancy
    October 19, 2008 at 10:11 pm

    The bread on that sandwich looks amazing!

  • lauren
    October 20, 2008 at 12:33 pm

    that sandwich looks amazing – now I am craving that for lunch today! and I totally splurge on a diet dr. pepper every now and then – it just tastes so good!!