Thursday, April 7, 2016

What I Read in March


You may or may not have noticed I've been a bit inactive here during the last month or so.  Life has been just flat out crazy.  We had company in town three weekends of the month, we had my mom's gallbladder surgery, I went to PA to keep my niece and nephews for a week (who had strep while we were there), and I had a brief struggle with depression.  It's something I deal with cyclically and there's no need to worry, I'm coming out of it just fine and with much less effort than has been required in the past.  I've had so much support and things are improving each day.  But, due to the business and my emotional state, I've read so little and had zero blogging motivation.  Now that I'm picking things back up, I hope to have a bunch of reviews posted in the next week or two.  Until then, here's what I read in the month of March:

84, Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff
The Sleeper and the Spindle by Neil Gaiman
Someone Could Get Hurt by Drew Magary
Having a Martha Home the Mary Way by Sarah Mae
The Complete Book of Organization by Toni Hammersley
The Girl in the Red Coat by Kate Hamer
My Mother Was Nuts by Penny Marshall

You may notice a bit of a theme here - in my efforts to start properly adulting in 2016 I've become obsessed with home organization, cleaning, and decorating.  I'll have a post up soon about how I'm using books to get my house together and which I recommend!

What did you read in March? 

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