Watching / The Dish is a good movie about the Parkes Observatory in New South Wales Australia and the part they played during the first Apollo moon landing. They partnered with NASA to get a signal so we could all watch Armstrong set foot on the moon. Love this movie.
Puzzles - After my friend Stacy sent me the Star Trek puzzle it jump started me on puzzle fun again. I recently finished this one depicting Jane Austen book covers. Very colorful. Doug helped me with a few challenging pieces after I stared for ages.
Reading / Daisy Darker was a good read, put me in mind of Agatha Christie's And Then there Were None but a bit of a different twist. The ending was great, a never-saw-it-coming revelation. The grandmother of the Darker family asks the family to come to her coastal Cornwall home for her 80th birthday on Halloween. Nana has been convinced she will die at 80 and her son, his ex-wife and their three adult children arrive as summoned. They are mostly a despicable lot except for our narrator Daisy Darker. Once the tide rolls in they will be trapped until morning as you don't come and go without a boat after high tide. There is a big storm, the electricty goes out and at midnight they hear a scream. Nana is dead in the kitchen and since no one can come and go, it's anyone's guess on suspects. (None of this is a spoiler)
Alice Feeney never lets me down. Loved the Cornwall setting.
Here is Loki, my reading buddy. Still waiting on his DNA analysis. I'm not sure a deer has ears this big and tall!