So it's August now, huh?
I must confess to some cognitive dissonance when I start getting supply lists from D's school and seeing back to school commercials everywhere I look. But I know we still have a whole month and change before I have to start making the trek to the bus stop again. We are now on a mission to enjoy every last bit of these last summer weeks.
Books reviewed in July: 7
Pages read: 2,695
Male authors/female authors: 1/6
My books/library books/books for review: 1/3/3
Most-read July review: Royal Wedding
My favorite July reads: The Language of Flowers and A God in Ruins
What was your favorite July read?
Phew! I think we're going to have to really enjoy August. July just went too fast. Your little girl is getting so big! It looks like I have some more books to add to my TBR list.ReplyDelete
I find that with little kids at home, the days of summer are very long but the actual summer is flying by!Delete
She is getting very big and has quite a lot of opinions about things. Two is such a fun age!
I can't believe it's August! I want at least another full month of summer; I haven't done everything I was planning on doing yet. :) But isn't that how it always goes?ReplyDelete
We still have a few weeks, but I know that fall kicks in a little earlier in some other places! What are you still hoping to do this summer?Delete
July did speed right by! I have to say that it's been a treat to see all the back-to-school supplies... even more so because I may be joining back up in the student ranks next fall! :)ReplyDelete
My favorite July read was a tie between Summer Sisters by Judy Blume and The Library at Mount Char by Scott Hawkins.
That is so exciting! I confess to even having a blast helping my son pick out his school supplies. There is just something fun about remembering your own school days. :)Delete
I read so little in July, it was just sad, but I seemingly needed a brain break. Cheers to a great August!ReplyDelete
The mojo will come back. Sometimes you just need a little rest for the noggin and the eyes.Delete