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Saturday Morning Coffee Reads: November 30, 2013

Good morning last day of November! I will confess that I am in denial that tomorrow is the start of December. I am so not even close to being ready for Christmas this year, and have yet to get into the Christmas spirit. Highly unusual for me, who usually starts listening to Christmas music on November first – here I am, changing the radio station if I hear any indication of a Christmas song. So bizarre.

Saturday Morning Coffee ReadsThis weekend is going to be a semi-quiet one for us, definitely something we need since after this one it’s going to be busy with Christmas stuff, birthday parties, friends/family wedding stuff… So I’m definitely looking forward to this weekend with very little to do. Huzzah!

In the past couple of weeks, I found quite a few interesting reads on the interwebs… I wanted to share some of my favourites. Definitely take a few minutes to read them if you have a chance, they’re all quite good and thought-inspiring.

Posted by Courtney Wilson @ 9:45 am November 30, 2013.
Category: Saturday Morning Coffee Reads

  • Kelly Rogers

    I am not really in a Christmas mood this year, either. I am trying to be with Virtual Advent but I only listened to Christmas music one night and it was just because I felt I should. Sad!

  • alibiblio

    We’re having a quiet week-end after a nutty week, with my husband just back from Tokyo – I read and napped the day away and it was magical. I read the bullying post, which is very good but sort of hurt my eyes as well as my heart – I’m not sure the brilliantly varicolored font is doing her any favours. I can’t bear to look at anything about an organized life right now – I want to be organized, I REALLY, REALLY want to, but it just doesn’t seem to be in the cards for me. And brands? It’s almost midnight on a Saturday! Okay, strictly speaking that’s not your fault. I’ll come back. I’m not feeling terribly Christmassy, but I seldom am at this point, although I’m not hating the snow. At least December first is a Sunday, so hopefully I’ll have some Christmas crap accomplished by the end of it. Sorry, that’s not really in the spirit of the season, is it? I’ll just be quiet now.

  • http://books.moonsoar.com/ Courtney Wilson

    Read and napped the day away? Those are the best kinds of days.