Woohoo! I was able to read ALL of the books on last week’s list, which was a tall order – Becoming Supernatural is a long book and a deep dive. In addition to those titles, I grabbed another from my print book “to read” basket – The Matriarch (a biography about Barbara Bush). It’s another long read, but dedicating all of my reading time on Friday and Saturday meant I finished it late Saturday night. I’m glad to be working my way through the print books at a good speed. The whole point of that book basket is Continue reading
I finished one book from last week’s list – The Disaster Diaries by Sam Sheridan. (It was a good read, if you’re interested in nonfiction about emergency preparedness.)
This week I’m reading: Continue reading
Looking back at my post list, it’s been over a year since I shared what I’m knitting and reading. Wow! Well, let’s get right to it, shall we?
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Happy New Year, everyone!
This time of year, many people are examining their lives and creating resolutions, setting goals, choosing intentions, selecting a “word of the year” – and much more. I personally tend to just set goals as I see things I want to adjust or need to accomplish, and that happens year round, but December and January do lend themselves to a bit more examination simply due to the cycle of the year. To me, winter creates a quieter time, a time to let some things go (temporarily or permanently) if they don’t serve my needs, and to begin laying the foundations for new endeavors.
Being a military spouse, this often also means I learn if we will be moving in the coming year, and where that will be. (These things are also rather cyclical, based on past moves; not everyone gets this news over the holidays – it just happens to be the rotation plan our family falls on.)
Foreshadowing? Yes. Totally. Continue reading