Sunday, 7 December 2014

Sunday bliss

Today started with a wonderful, sunny morning with blue sky. The autumn colours were awesome! Half an hour later it was all gone. Sky got all cloudy and the day looked gloomy. The first intention to go for a nice walk in the woods has now been abandoned. I realised when I ventured out in the garden, that it is nicer to cuddle up inside with candles and a good book.

Grey isn't it?

So what am I reading this grey Sunday? As usual I am on to several books that I alternate between.

The Vagabond Vicar by Charlotte Brentwood, a historical fiction that I received from the author to review. Review will follow shortly.

Vägen mot Bålberget by Therése Söderlind, also a historical fiction about witches in 17th century Sweden.

The Song of Taliesin, Tales from King Arthur's Bard by John Matthews. Taliesin, Arthur's poet who, like Merlin, was said to have shamanic powers. His writings are mostly lost but Matthews has used his imagination, based on his studies of original sources, to extend the original writing. Wonderful.

So, it seems like a good idea to stay home and read, finalise the Christmas cards and presents and feel that you are ahead of things. Why procrastinate when you don't have to?

To see the outside from the inside today will therefor be a better choice.

What about you? Nice weather and a relaxing Sunday? I hope this for all of you around the world!

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