Kiss the Girls, by James Patterson. The book is off my own bookshelf (discarded library book, and not in that great of shape), and when it's done, will be passed on to another person. Most likely my daughter first. Or recycled if it falls apart while reading it, ha ha!
Considering the weekend, with a possible chance to cut wood, I took Friday off. Sort of. They are predicting a "lot" of sunshine on Sunday, but Hubby has to work.
I did the dishes, and made a batch of meatballs (made with ground organic oats vs. bread crumbs). Three trays went into the freezer.
Recently, I was able to buy an organic spaghetti squash and made "spaghetti" and meatballs, with home canned tomato sauce for dinner. Although our daughter wanted pasta, I still used the squash this time around.
I also finished my January book, on January 31st, for the reading challenge. There are so many good recipes in this book too (I wish I could find more of her books at the library books sales). Too many that have sweets, but I may save a few of the recipes to try this summer - Blackberry cookies or Blackberry pie perhaps. By the way, this was the first book I have completely finished since 2017. Yikes!
I have zero homegrown garlic to plant this spring. I have searched the internet and have only found one resource that will ship for spring planting, and it's by one bulb per order. Does anyone know of any online resource (or catalog resource) for spring garlic bulbs? Organic of course. Thanks in advance. All other sources I use ship in October and that is too late to plant for fall anyway for us.