Weekly Wrap-Up

The best dividends on the labor invested have invariably come from seeking more knowledge rather than more power. —Wilbur Wright


Friends who text us with a Quote of the Week. This week's lovely and welcome surprise was the quote above.  I've said it before and I'll say it again: the world needs more Wright brothers. And how.

Downton Abbey. More than ever. If we had time (ha), we'd throw a party like this one. If anyone's formed a support group to help us all through our Downton withdrawals after tomorrow's series' finale, sign us up. Whatever will we do without our weekly Dowager Countess fix? Oh, how our eyes will miss Matthew Goode.

Rachel and Tracy's Summer Concert Tour. No, we aren't coming to a city near you, and no, won't be the ones on stage. Who will be, you ask? James Taylor (the original JT), Adele, and the Dixie Chicks, for starters. We're open to more suggestions. And free tickets, if you have them. This is just the warm up to our London Tour next year.

Book Club. We've heard from a few of you personally, and here, that you are enjoying our little guilt-free book club. We've decided to keep it but with one minor change: We'll do away with Book Club Mondays and just do one post at the end of the month where we can all discuss our thoughts together. We really will work on the whole Periscope thing too...because it would be fun for the blog, and really, just so we have an excuse to be in the same state.


Brace yourselves, it looks like you'll be getting two actual book reviews! I know, we're as shocked as you are. Anna and the Swallow Man and The Life We Bury. Stay tuned.

Posted by Rachel