Usually attacks in the evening. She likes all kinds of screens, especially TV. She is the nibbler and snacker, always on the lookout for a new crunchy treat – popcorn, chips, pretzels… She isn’t a fan of silence and runs away once she hear rustle of empty bags.
I used to have a library strategy.
Every month I’d pick up:
– one classic that I should have already read
– one science non fiction book
– one light novel, a chick flick or a thriller
I can get my mind around every diet I read,
but they’d only remind me of you nothing compares
“Do you know why we eat turkey for Christmas and pork for the New Year’s Eve?”, my Grandma asked me over lunch one day.Being a teenager, I didn’t care much about symbolism of the food on the table (if at all), so I just shook my head and shrugged my shoulders.“Well” she continued, “the turkey,Continue reading “Day 9 – 29/Nov/2020 – The Turkey, the Pig, and Detective Olivia Benson”