So this is something new I’m going to try – we’ll see how consistent I can be with it. Just to give you a little look into my life and see what’s happening. My hope is to do this on Sunday evenings, but since this week has been messed up due to the holidays, Monday it is.
So this week has been pretty nice. I haven’t had many back-to-back days off of work in a while, so having 5 days over the Christmas weekend, and then 4 over the New Year’s weekend was a special treat for me. You would think that I would have read more, but geesh, times are busy. I did get to Barnes and Noble and purchased the first two books of The Illuminae Files series. My friend has raved about these books (mostly the audiobooks) but when I saw them in person, the cover, the inside – everything, I knew I had to own them!
I also went shopping with my children. They spent pretty much all their Christmas money. but that’s okay…it was the point I guess. I know I should probably teach them to save (and my son has learned that concept since he saved a couple years ago and bought himself an ipad, which is probably the most used electronic he owns). But we had fun. Abigail bought herself a whole load of Five Nights at Freddy’s stuff. She’s also gearing up for a FNAF birthday party later this month. Azalyah paid to have her ears pierced (again) and then took advantage of the sales at Claire’s. Elijah bought a GIGANTIC stuff tiger. I wish he wouldn’t have…I encouraged him to look around for something else…alas, he has a thing for tigers.
What I’m Reading:
I have the ARC Version of The Piper’s Price by Audrey Greathouse which she sent me for review. I’m about 30% into it, and I’m hoping for a bit of action here soon, it’s kind of moving slowly for me right now.
Illuminea by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff I just couldn’t wait to open the cover of this series. It’s written via documentation and acquired IM conversations on board a ship in space…it’s kind of the YA Star Trek without non-humans so far. Very fun to read!
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie. This is for a class I’m taking at work. Maybe I’ll figure out how to be a little less introverted! 😉