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This break has been nice and even more so since just found out my classes don't start until September 9th. The 4:30 a.m. rises are over, at least by the alarm clock.

I'm hoping that I'll be able to fit in a little more photography, writing, and blogging, now that I don't have to commute to the college everyday. It's not a lot of spare time, just enough. I'll do my best.

I do plan on getting back to product reviews, why not? If I like a product why not share it? I also plan on doing some more recipes for animals and humans. I'd also like to throw some short videos on here to practice my editing skills. I didn't take the class to lose the skills, so again, why not? I also plan to change over my website, or rather build it from scratch instead of using this template. That might be while because it needs to be perfect and I do have a full course load. After all, I am showcasing the skills that I have learned for employment.

Books on the reading list for the remainder of my break.

Be Careful What You Pray For: A Novel by Kimberla Lawson Roby The Prodigal Son by Kimberla Lawson Roby Eyes to See: A Jeremiah Hunt Supernatual Thriller (The Jeremiah Hunt Chronicle) by Joseph Nassise King of the Dead: A Jeremiah Hunt Supernatual Thriller by Joseph Nassise

I just wanted to share  some pictures of a black bee (I'm a bee lover), a female valley carpenter bee, according to google. (I have no idea.) From the start of her feed, to the end. The males are golden I colour, but I haven't seen them yet. I wasn't trying to get a series of shots, that's why the entire flower is not in frame but I liked what occurred. In future I will try for a series, to get everything in frame.

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Weekly Bee Count: 23: bumble bees; 5: honey bees; 11: unknown bee species

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Till next time,

Nadia

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The only reason that I'm excited that's it's Friday, is because this Monday is Family Day in a few provinces in Canada. Ontario being one of them. I'm thankful for that and am going to enjoy it. I've learned to take advantage of Government/Federal/Provincial days off, because I have the law behind me to say, I need a damn break! I know that I'll be working on school stuff for the rest of today and all of this weekend. I plan to get caught up and comfortable with where I am, in school, if it kills me. Okay, that's a bit dramatic but I think you know what I mean. There's no point in taking this program if I can't teach someone, with near perfection, everything that I've learned. At least that's the way that I feel about it.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI did finally finish, 1 of the 3 books that I borrowed from the library. Who Asked You? by Terry McMillian, 2013. It took me weeks to finish it because if I do have any time to read my eyes are burning from exhaustion, so it's a constant, "I'll read another chapter tomorrow," deal.  So I'm hoping that I can get another head start on book 2 of 3, (Heartbreak Hotel by Deborah Moggach, The Widow Waltz by Sally Koslow). Maybe watch a movie, or keep working on my book forward. Which by the way has been thrown way back out of my minds eye. I knew I would be busy with school, but I underestimated the workload by a lot. My first book schedule is months off and I have to find a way to get it back on track. I'm still trying to figure that one out, since school really has no end for me. Anyway, I'm off, I have a courses calling me. Have a great weekend and Family Day, if you get the day!

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Book of the Week: Who Asked You? by Terry McMillian  I'd give it a 3.5/5. (Links may not work in all countries. All videos belong to the artist/corporation. Links may be affiliate links.)

Till next time,

Nadia