Hey there, bibliophiles. How is it going? This has been a crazy week! I apologize for some spotty posting this week. We were having some computer issues, but we are back up and running.
This week saw us visiting (and loving) a preschool with David and then prepping and carrying out a concert at our church. My husband was the man in charge and I sang and played piano, among some other things. We had a local pizza place selling pizza and a few vendors. We managed to avoid any real rain, and it was a great event. I think the Summer Sounds Concert will become an annual tradition at our church. Then we had the the hubby's parents, and his brother, wife, and little guy over for dinner. Suffice it to say that we are tuckered...but it's been a really good week.
Read This Week:
The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry
By Rachel Joyce
The Red House
By Mark Haddon
Posts from this Past Week:
Reviews of Ivanhoe and The Fault in Our Stars
Tender Is The Night
By F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Discovery of Jeanne Baret
By Glynis Ridley
Check back later on Monday for my post on The Siren of Paris. What did you read this week?