Right now, I am sitting in our library and watching across the hall where the big boy is playing a video game and the little girl is watching with rapt attention. I love watching the two of them adore each other. This morning was church, where I had some more music than usual to play/sing. Then the whole family went out to lunch and I managed to sneak in a nap while the little girl took hers. Naps are just the happiest of things. I feel so ready to tackle a new week with an extra hour of sleep under my belt.
The books! The books! It's time to discuss books! (sung like "Tonight" from West Side Story)
This week, I adored When The Moon is Low and read The Watchmaker of Filigree Street. It took me a while to really get into the second one but, by the last hundred pages or so, I was staying up much too late to get some more reading in.
On the blog, I wrote about going to Sesame Place, my favorite books in July, and reviewed Murder on the Orient Express and The Last Bookaneer.
Now I'm excited to read Annie Barrow's The Truth According to Us and have decided to read Vampires in the Lemon Grove, so I can finally return it to my sister who kindly lent it to me.
What are you reading this week?