It's time again to pop over to Julia's Stamping Ground for the weekly desk reveal that is WOYWW, although you could say I'm a week late. As I posted on Monday, the EM was in hospital last week so I was nowhere near my workdesk. Happily, he is much better today ... I can hear him across the landing crooning away to 'Some Enchanted Evening'!
One thing I did have plenty time for was to listen to audio books ... all that waiting about in hospital had to be filled somehow. I got through these three books.
Hidden Nature by Alys Fowler. Gardeners may know the writer from her appearances on Gardeners' World however, in this book, she tells of here experiences exploring Birmingham's canal network in an inflatable kayak - quite an adventure and well worth reading about.
This one, A Seaside Practice, is a heartwarming tale of Dr Tom Smith's experiences as a GP in a little village just down the coast from where I live. Thoroughly enjoyable, it made me laugh out loud at times ... very embarrassing, I can tell you, when travelling on a bus!
The last one for the knitters among us. In The Yarn Whisperer: Reflections on a Life in Knitting, Clara Parkes ponders the roles knitting plays in her life. Lovely read - listen in my case. Perfect for the addicted knitter.
That's all from me today. I'm off to make a cuppa and a bit of lunch before settling down to check out what's on everyone's desks this week.
Have a lovely WOYWW and a wonderful week ahead.