Since I can't go to the library....it's closed due to the virus...I've been getting my books from Amazon...My son got me a Kindle Fire and I've been downloading them. It's a little weird reading a book this way....but I'm getting used to it.
My newest addition is the Lies series by Andrew Cunningham. I have started reading this, so haven't gotten too far into the book. The end of the first chapter already has a murder. Which is my favorite books to read.
All my book memes today come from...
All Lies - Andrew Cunningham
A seemingly innocent date gone tragically wrong plunges Del Honeycutt
into a web of murder, lies, greed, and a hidden fortune dating back to a
crime committed 85 years earlier by his great-grandfather. (Amazon)
Book Beginnings...hosted over at Rose City Reader..
My Book Beginning...
She wasn't my first online dating match, but she was certainly the strangest.
The Friday 56...hosted by Freda's Voice.
My Page 56
I got to Sabrina's room at about 10:15. She greeted me wearing jeans and a Red Sox t-shirt. She was barefoot. I was in Love!
Book Blogger Hop - hosted by Billy at Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer....
The question this week...
What platform do you use for your blog?
I use Bogger for my platform....I find it is much more easy to use....I've tried Wordpres and didn't like it all, to me anyway...it didn't seem to user friendly.
My Live Forever is growing good now...I planted it last fall..I thought for sue it had died , but it didn't!
Some info on this plant....
Hylotelephium is a genus of flowering plants in the stonecrop family Crassulaceae. It includes about 33 species distributed in Asia, Europe, and North America.
Species in the genus, formerly included in Sedum, are popular garden plants, known as "sedum", "stonecrop", "live-for-ever" or "orpine". Horticulturalists have hybridized many of the species to create new cultivars. Many of the newer ones are patented, so may not be propagated without a license.(Wikipedia)
Here are some of its best qualities
1) It requires little care.
2) It can thrive in a variety of different environments.
3) The hues of this flower are subtle and beautiful
4) I t provides interest in the garden year round
I also planted this....but can't remember what it is....any ideas? The leaves are on a stalk and like fern leaves...total mystery to me as to what it is...