High Point of the Week

As the doldrums of February try to close in around us we’ve decided to beat them back by focusing on the positive. Each week this month we will post the high point of our week on Fridays and we hope you’ll chime in too.

So readers, what made you smile this week?

Edith: That February will be over tonight at midnight? Actually, mine would be attending a costumed reading of a play last night about fiery activist and abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison, a Newburyport native, and eating across the street IMG_3292beforehand in an historic restaurant (built by a Quaker in 1809) featuring authentic 1800s food  (which ended up to be a yummy pork loin with rosemary and apple compote, cornbread, and roasted potatoes) and drink. Yes, including rum. All in the name of research!

Jessie: I took two of my kids to the Lego Movie. It was really well done and a delightful experience to share with my boys. Both of them are starting to outgrow many of their childhood favorites but the love of Legos remains and made the movie even more of a pleasure.

Edith: SO many fond memories of Legos with my boys.

Barb: My high point of the week? Do you have to ask?

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Sherry: Viola is so adorable and she looks like you, Barb. I had lunch with a friend that I really love. She’s always so upbeat and energized — one of those people that makes the world a better place.

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About Jessie Crockett

Jessie Crockett wears a lot of hats, both literally and literarily. As Jessie Crockett she is the Daphne Award winning author of Live Free or Die and the nationally bestselling Sugar Grove series. As Jessica Ellicott she has received starred reivews from Publishers Weekly and Library Journal for her historical mystery Murder in an English Village. As Jessica Estevao she writes the Agatha Award nominated Change of Fortune Mysteries. She loves the beach, fountain pens, Mini Coopers and throwing parties. She lives in northern New England where she obsessively knits wool socks and enthusiastically speaks Portuguese with a shocking disregard for the rules of grammar. As Jessie Crockett she’s the author of the nationally bestselling Sugar Grove Mysteries and the Daphne du Maurier Award winner, Live Free or Die.

4 thoughts on “High Point of the Week

  1. The high point so far? My ultimate Frisbee game last night. I was expected to get rained out, but the much needed rain waited until we finished to come. We lost, but it was much, much, much closer than it was when we played this team two months ago.

    And walking out of work today, my last day there, will be another high point. It’s going to be a long 8 hours until then.

  2. My high point of the week was to remember the idea I had for opening line long enough to put it in my notes. It helps to keep your journal with you!

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