Wednesday, August 1, 2012

What I Read In July

Ok once again I am having a lazy month and haven't been keeping up with my stats.  You guys may really notice my blog laziness being a theme lately.  It's not that I'm in a slump necessarily, I'm just feeling less motivated to be perfect on here.  I think it's the heat.  I get lazier about everything in the summer.  I also cycle through my hobbies - for a while I'm super blogger, then I'll be sewing like a crazy person, and right now I'm DIYing everything I can get my hands on, but especially Sugar Bear's house.  I'll post pictures after we finish this weekend if she gives the ok, but we've been spackling, sanding, painting, caulking, and basically rehauling her bedroom completely.

ANYWAY, I've still been reading a lot, but my attention hasn't been as blog-focused as it has been DIY-focused.  Here's what I read in July sans stats:

The Virgin Cure by Ami McKay
This Is A Book by Demetri Martin
Secret Heroes: Everyday American Heroes Who Shaped Our World by Paul Martin
Wallflower in Bloom by Claire Cook (audio)
Forgotten God by Francis Chan
Attachments by Rainbow Rowell
Emotionally Healthy Spirituality by Peter Scazzero
It Looked Different On the Model by Laurie Notaro
Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother by Amy Chua
The Thief by Megan Whalen Turner
Big Girl Small by Rachel DeWoskin (audio)

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