Habit 2: WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge

Things self does every day:

1. Read (This is a cover detail of one of the best books she read this year:  The Leopard, by Giuseppe di Lampedusa. It’s about the decline of the Italian nobility, with a focus on the island of Sicily.)

More of That Cover for THE LEOPARD, self's favorite read (so far) of 2013

More of That Cover for THE LEOPARD, self’s favorite read (so far) of 2013

2.  Watch birds.

She regularly spends time in her backyard, where she has two bird feeders.

She regularly spends time in her backyard, where she has two bird feeders.

3.  Water geraniums.  Self loves them because they are so easy to grow.  She almost never has one die on her.

On the Backyard Deck

On the Backyard Deck

Stay tuned, dear blog readers.  Stay tuned.

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