Monthly Archives: July 2014

#bookaday: So Many Choices

Today is the last day of July. I’ve been posting weekly shares of books I’ve read since mid-June, when I finished my work with students. I expect my renewed vigor and focus on this extra reading to continue with the … Continue reading

Posted in book review, books, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Deer Poop, Figs, and Little Wormy Apples

Funny things to be grateful for, I suppose. But I am. It was such a mixed week of simple delights with my mother-in-law. I stayed with her for several days, and we spent time in the kitchen and at the … Continue reading

Posted in collaboration, inspirations | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

#bookaday: Gratefulness and Graphic Novels

I had a little bookaday adventure which blended nicely with my grateful exercise this week. It all started because of a book. Are you terribly surprised? My mother-in-law’s new wireless router does not play nicely with the wireless configuration on … Continue reading

Posted in book review, books, inspirations, reading | Tagged , , | 3 Comments

#bookaday 2014 week four: a wide variety

These aren’t listed in the order I finished them this week. I pushed through to finish two yesterday because I wanted to include them in this post. These books were all so different, for such a wide variety of reasons, … Continue reading

Posted in book review, books, reading, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Grateful: Finding Rhythm

I’m truly beginning to feel the rhythm of my days now that I’ve officially finished with my former job. It’s strange, very strange. And yet I know it’s right, too, and my days begin to bear that rightness out. There’s no photo of … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment