I have a goal for May to average one mile a day for the month (meaning at least 31). I don’t mean FitBit miles all together. I mean purposeful miles. Yesterday, my Gear Fit 2 battery was mostly dead, as was my phone (phone was at 16% today, too, though I didn’t mess with it … ). So, today, I “made up” the miles. I can, because of the route I take, go every other day and get the average easily, but I would rather have too many miles at the end of the month than not enough!
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One day, I’ll remember everything I’ve read, without forgetting a single detail.
Today, it’s not that day.
A few days ago, I restarted Harry Potter . Just for fun!
I spent the rest of the book, amazed at how much I had forgotten!
It was great, and sad, at the same time!
HP this time could mean Harry Potter or Happy Planner.
I’m sorry, I’m tired. I have a good reason:
Worked a double today. My feet hurt. My arms hurt. My back hurts.
My step count? That doesn’t hurt 😉
And yesterday’s vlog:
There won’t be one for today to share tomorrow. I’m too tired to try and hold a camera or anything like that!
I was off. It was nice. I’m glad my schedule got changed and I was off, because I had to do some running around places. So much easier when I’m not in a rush to get back home before I have to get ready to leave for work.
NOTE:! THIS WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS! Sorry, but I gotta talk about it.
I’m reading other reviews and people are saying it’s rushed, the ending at least. I totally agree. Compared to the first two, it was. Reminds me of Rowling’s ending to Harry Potter. Rushed, almost like she wanted to make sure that any fan-fiction endings were chosen by her. Or something.
I am glad she ended up with Peeta. Gale just didn’t *feel* like a good fit. I think if the Hunger Games had not happened, Katniss and Peeta still would have ended up together.
Otherwise, I loved the book. SERIOUSLY loved it. Loved the series. Loved it all.