Monday, February 27, 2017

It's Monday again. How is everyone doing?

Hello ladies and gentlemen! How are things?

We had a typically busy week here with a little switch in our weekend. My husband was the guest preacher at the church that we grew up in. It was fun having my kids in Sunday School with the teachers who taught me and I loved singing with a long-time friend. This week, D has Read Across America week and I'm doing my best to potty train BG. Please send all prayers, good wishes, and bottles of wine to our house.

What have I been reading this week? I finished Madeleine L'Engle's Camilla, which is about a girl realizing the failings of her parents and falling in love for the first time. Then I read Ann Voskamp's new book The Broken WayI raced through The Bear and the Nightingale, which is perfect for a long weekend.


Next up for me is J.K. Rowling's The Casual Vacancy. I'm listening to Daniel Jose Older's Shadowshaper. It was finally my turn in the library queue and I'm enjoying it so far!

What are you reading this week?

12 comments:

  1. Hi Lindsay, The Bear and the Nightingale is such a lovely cover and title. Hope you enjoyed it! Will have a look at it. Good luck with the potty training.... Thanks for stopping by earlier!

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    1. It was great! It's a perfect read for a cold winter weekend...well, if we are still having winter weather at this point!

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  2. Interesting picks. I'll have to check out the Bear and the Nightingale.

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  3. Wishing you luck in potty training!!! Lots of new books to me...hope you're enjoying.

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  4. New to me and I hope you enjoy The Casual Vacancy. I did.

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    1. Thanks Mystica! It's an interesting read for me, but I'm really feeling the length with this book!

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  5. I blazed through The Bear and the Nightingale last time I had a long weekend! :) I also recently finished and loved Shadowshaper. Right now I'm reading a historical fiction novel about the Franklin expedition in the Arctic (The Minds of Winter.)

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    1. They are both so great! The Minds of Winter sounds like a fascinating read. I hope you are enjoying it!

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