“It would be so nice if something made sense for a change.” Alice…in Wonderland
If you fail a book challenge, does that mean the books win?
Today, sitting beside my father’s hospital bed, I finished I’d Rather Be Reading: The Delights and Dilemmas of the Reading Life by Anne Bogel. This was a Christmas gift — one of three books for book lovers, I received (Book Girl and On Reading Well were the other two in this trinity.) I’ve been […]
This post may contain affiliated links. I’m back with books I’ve finally finished in February! This may be a thing! (I also survived February, which is almost a miracle. February is a jerk.) This first book I finished was Jayber Crow by Wendell Berry. This was actually a reread, and I was reading along with […]
This post may contain affiliated links. This is a test run of a new method to record/review the books I’ve read. It’s titled “Finally Finished” because I have a bad habit of setting down a book and not picking it up for months. The current plan is to give a line or two of my […]
This post contains affiliated links. All the books in this post are audiobooks and were recommended by the same source – Anne Bogel, A.K.A. Modern Mrs. Darcy, who has an amazing podcast that is horrible for both my bank account and my to-be-read stack. I love it! These four books include my favorite book from […]
My eldest daughter has been reading Alexander Pope’s Essay on Man. She’s also decided that would be her poem to memorize this month. (Not the whole thing, just a couple of sections.) I was asking her about it today two days ago in lieu of a written narration, because Tuesday is still Tuesday, dangit. (Tuesday is […]
Remember getting totally lost in a book as a kid? On a snow day or rainy summer day or long after bedtime under the covers, do you remember reading for the sheer joy of being lost in a story? Wouldn’t it be awesome to do that again? Well, now you have a perfect excuse. It’s Drop […]
Title: The Reading Promise: My Father and the Books We Shared Author: Alice Ozma What’s it about: Imagine someone looking at your life through the lens of one family tradition. I can’t think of many Thompson traditions that would lend themselves to such a view (chocolate chip pancakes on Saturday mornings probably wouldn’t offer much […]
*This post contains affiliated links. I want to say at the outset that this post is not just for homeschoolers. I’m a homeschooling mom who is writing about a homeschooling mom that has a podcast. But this is in no way, shape, or form does this pertain only to homeschoolers. What I’m saying pertains to […]
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