Monday, April 6, 2015

What I Read in March


We had so much fun in March this year!  The weather was just gorgeous and we spent a lot of time outside.  I went on my first Chattanooga hike with Luke and Dexter.



  

The best part, of course, was that during the last week of the month the children came for a visit.  We got to spend an entire week doing all kinds of fun things.  George and I went on our first Aunt Julie date to watch Luke's tae kwon-do practice and to get donuts.  We celebrated a Messianic Passover Seder, hosted by yours truly, who roasted her first lamb for the occasion.  

We dyed Easter eggs and told the Easter story to the children.  And of course we played endless rounds of Dutch Blitz, our new favorite game.

Tomorrow, my mom and I will leave warm and sunny Georgia, where we're already gearing up for summer, to travel to the Chicago area to babysit all three children for a week while David and Elisabeth go to the AWP conference.  Yes, that's right - all three children.  Surely two grown women can handle three small children, right?

This month's reading was also amazing.  Somehow I've managed to find plenty of reading time, which is just the way I like it.  In March, I read:

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
Asterios Polyp by David Mazzucchelli
Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman
I Can Barely Take Care of Myself by Jen Kirkman
Exquisite Corpse by Penelope Bagieu
The Bat by Jo Nesbo
Creepiosity by David Bickel
Single, Carefree, Mellow by Katherine Heiny
Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant by Roz Chast
Rex Libris, Volume I by James Turner
The Influencing Machine by Brooke Gladstone
Descent by Tim Johnson
Cockroaches by Jo Nesbo

What did you read in March?

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