Another week packed away. Time for the Sunday Mise en Place. It was a fun and successful week for The Green Onion Blog albeit a quiet one with five posts. Spent some of that time working on future projects for the blog and hopefully things work out there. Pushing for that 500th follower this week and hoping that will put me over for some of these projects I have in mind. Lots of exciting things to look forward to this year, but, let’s focus on the week and what’s going on here and now…
What’s Going On-
That was a pretty crazy weekend for my American neighbors. The depression of the inauguration of President Lex Luther didn’t last long with that beautiful, inspirational turn out for the Women’s March. Way to go women of the world! That kind of thing is exactly what we need and I was so happy to see it.
Meanwhile in Canada… My 6-year-old son has his first crush on a girl in his class. Everyone now, *Pause and aww*. Yes, it is adorable. Passing notes, being embaressed, and playing hard to get. Grade school flirting has not changed. Jenn and I have had to give him the talk about playing it cool. I guess her friends told Zyler, that she said, it would be okay if he chased her at recess. Again,*pause and aww*.
Last Weeks Posts-
- A new champion! Reaching my largest audience yet is a review of the short story collection Miniatures by John Scalzi.
- A look back at the 10 Most Disappointing Movies of ‘016 went up on Tuesday.
- Returning to the colourful, dangerous galaxy of Descender was Wednesday’s graphic novel review.
- I promised you a scantily clad superhero and I gave you a scantily clad superhero with this weeks kidlit review The Adventures of Captain Underpants.
A great week ahead, starting with a novel written by a comic author with a dark theme. I throw my hat into a popular Link Up. The return of one of the most prominent creator owned comics. I have a request to talk about some Lego. And a look ahead at what will get us to the theatres in February. All this and more so, please come by and check things out this week.
Thanks booknerds,*pause and aww*.