Happy Sunday everyone! This has been a rough week at work. Some things went down, and I had to come to some tough conclusions about my work lately. I am still reeling from it all. I am using the weekend to recover and find some peace with everything before starting back on Monday.
Soccer started up again this week! This means that we now have soccer three times a week, along with the continuation of piano and ballet. This also means warmer weather and having to spend time getting our lawn in shape. With all that time on the boat last summer, our yard is in bad shape this spring and is in desperate need of some TLC. Yard work is my least favorite chore, but it has to be done.
This week was an eclectic mix of novels reviewed: Wither by Lauren DeStefano, A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole, Amaryllis in Blueberry by Christina Meldrum, and Ten Miles Past Normal by Francis O’Rourk Dowell. I also posted an update to my Motivate Me feature.
Better yet, I finished some great novels this week as well. Picking Bones from Ash by Marie Matsuki Mockett will be reviewed this week as part of Jen‘s and Nicole‘s Book Club. The others, Stay by Deb Caletti and The Kitchen Daughter by Jael McHenry, will go live in April.
With that, it’s time to settle down to watch some more basketball and write reviews! Have a great day, everyone. Happy reading!