I may have done a tiny thing this week called going to see Hamilton. I went with my dad and two of my sisters and it was an incredible experience. My sisters and I have already decided that we need to go a few more times simply because every single person on stage is active in every scene. There is so much to watch that it's hard to know where to place your attention! The standouts for me were the amazing performances by Christopher Jackson and Renee Elise Goldsberry. I'm really glad I got to see them both.
On the train ride home (as everyone else took a nap), I finished reading Paper and Fire. Then I dipped into Mary Oliver's House of Light throughout the week. I also read My Name is Asher Lev and remembered all over again that Chaim Potok is a subtly powerful writer.
Next up is Alexis Smith's Marrow Island, which I have been anxiously awaiting since reading her book Glaciers during a 24 Hour Readathon. Then I will be reading Imagine Me Gone, which follows one man's struggles with depression from his viewpoint and those of his wife and children.
What are you reading this week?