I am not altogether unaware of how cavalier this will come off as ablest speak, but here I am anyway, pondering the not-entirely-serious elective amputation of my left leg.
I've been wanting -- and trying -- to lose weight (20-or-so pounds) for months. I've been watching what I eat (watch me eat just one bowl of cereal in the morning instead of two!), and to tempt myself into doing more indoor cycling, I've been riding while I Veep (I've paired my rides with a re-watch of the show, so watch me ...
I've read four books so far in 2022.
Author/Publisher - Title (Year of Release) - Date Completed
Ari Shavit - My Promised Land (2018) - 02/27
Alana Newhouse - The 100 Most Jewish Foods: A Highly Debatable List (2019) - 04/02
Lawrence A. Hoffman - The Art of Public Prayer (2009) - 05/01
Peninnah Schramm - Jewish Stories One Generation Tells Another (1993) - 06/21
Stephanie Butnick, Liel Leibovitz, Mark Oppenheimer - The Newish Jewish Encyclopedia (2019)