This week felt kinda different because of the holiday weekend at the end. I spent most of the week doing not very exciting things + spending more time outside in one week than I normally do in a month(okay, slight exaggeration. But it’s July in Texas, I try to stay indoors when I can!) The reason was because my niece is playing in her town’s little league all-star softball tournament, and they’ve had a TON of games this past week. Like, one every day. I haven’t gone to every single one, but I have to about half. They lost their last game, so they won’t be playing next week, but I’m glad I got to see some of her games. I have to say, I really am not a fan of my hometown, but the upside to my current living situation is that I do get to do things like that and see my nieces’ activities and such.
And of course, yesterday was the fourth of July. I didn’t do anything exciting this year due to you know, the small town. In the past there’s generally been some barbecue or cookout that my family’s gone to, but there really wasn’t anything this year.
Monday I reviewed Maybe in Another Life by Taylor Jenkins Reid.
Tuesday I shared my top ten books I’ve read so far in 2015.
Wednesday I posted my June wrap-up.
Thursday I talked about books I’ve DNF’d recently.
Friday I reviewed Don’t Ever Change.
First & Then by Emma Mills
Rules for 50/50 Chance by Kate McGovern
Question of the Week:
Inspired by my obsessive re-listen of the new Florence + the Machine album, what was the last song where you heard it and just wanted to listen to it over & over? Mine is “Long & Lost” from the new Florence album.