I started reading What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty. I’m about a quarter of the way through, and it is a good read so far. Alice falls in the gym and hits her head resulting in a concussion – resulting in her forgetting the last 10 years of her life. She’s forgotten that she is getting divorced, she’s forgotten something pretty major that I haven’t gotten to the reveal of it yet, and unimaginably, she’s forgotten her 3 children. This book is the same premise as The Vow by Nicholas Sparks, but changes the setting to later in life. Already this is a book that I’m having a hard time putting down. Looking forward to reading more and finding out what the mysteries are and how it resolves.
Dear Lord I was a pinning maniac this week! I caught back up on pinning my blog posts at the beginning of the week. I pinned some great clothes that I liked, some beautiful hair styles, inspirational quotes to get me through the panic of not knowing the future, and I pinned a bunch of stuff on the Paleo diet. I don’t follow that currently, but kind of like the concept. Except the whole no dairy thing. I love my greek yogurt. But, I know this is something that the Cross Fit folks follow and since I bought a Groupon for 12 foundations classes, I thought it might be worth a deeper look.
I also went a little bit crazy with the Doctor Who pins.
We watched Star Trek: Nemesis this week. This is one of the Star Trek: The Next Generation movies. We watched TNG all the time back in the day and it is still a great show to watch if you catch it in syndication. Nemesis was released in 2002.
After the Enterprise is diverted to the Romulan planet of Romulus, supposedly because they want to negotiate a truce, the Federation soon find out the Romulans are planning an attack on Earth.
I came in on this after Adrian had been watching it in the bedroom right around bedtime. As I walked past the TV I caught a glimpse of the enemy. It was almost more of a voice recognition than visual, though the mouth played in as well. One of the main bad guys is played by Tom Hardy. The character he plays, Shinzon, is the human clone of Jean-Luc Picard. It is interesting to watch this younger Tom Hardy. There is an element of Bane to his portrayal, especially in the voice fluctuations. It was fun to watch and actually I was disappointed that I fell asleep before I could finish the movie. I’m definitely going to see if I can find this on Netflix so I can watch the entire movie uninterrupted.
What were you up to this week?