This was a fairly normal week with the exception of Wednesday. Because husband is a pastor, Wednesday is kind of our first day of the weekend (just stuck in the middle of the workweek). D had off from school this Wednesday, so we were able to get in some great family time. We went to brunch at the always delicious Turning Point and embarked on an adventure to find our nearest Little Free Library. It's wonderfully close and we donated some books and each of the kiddos came away with a new read or three...
This week, I devoured the very readable A Window Opens and then read Truth and Beauty, which broke my heart a bit and confirmed that I would read Ann Patchett's grocery list. Just this afternoon (Sunday), I finished The Hummingbird, which is my favorite kind of historical fiction - the kind based on a true story and real people. On the blog, I reviewed I Am Malala, A Marriage of Opposites, and The Last Policeman.
Upcoming reads include All We Have Is Now and A Monster Calls so I am jumping on the YA train for the next few days!
What are you reading this week?