Haruki Murakami is a Japanese author who writes long, deep, mindbending books.
I just started watching a deliqhtful anime series on Netflix, called “March Comes in like a Lion,” which is about a young Japanese shogi player. Shogi is a board game that is big in Japan.
My sons, their significant others, and I love playing board games. One of our current favorite board games is not able to be played face to face now because of Covid-19, but they were able to find an online, digital version that we can all link up to on a gaming website called Steam.
In the past six months I gave up using dry creamer in my coffee. First I was using unsweetened almond milk in it but read that oat milk is better for the environment. The oat milk I’ve been buying can be used in steaming lattes.
Oats are one of the healthiest grains you can eat. I recently read about an overnight oatmeal breakfast that you prepare the night before using old-fashioned oats, Greek yogurt, and milk of your choice. Mix them all together and refrigerate overnight.
Although so much of my reading these days takes place from a computer monitor screen, my favorite way to read books is the old-fashioned way, with books made of paper.
Paula Light is the host of Six Degrees. Paula says:
The idea is to use the six degrees of separation concept (that everyone is only six or fewer people away from Kevin Bacon) to connect books, movies, and songs.
This is my first time trying it and really am not sure I did it right. It was fun in any case. If you want to give it a try, follow the link to Paula’s blog and follow her examples not mine!