Summer Reading

Now that I am an adult with a job and responsibilities, it is getting harder for me to get excited about summertime.  Without long periods of time off or leisurely days spent by the pool (not allowed anymore with my fair skin), it just doesn’t feel like summer.  Not like how it used to.  One thing that

The Happiness Project

I actually bought The Happiness Project kind of by accident.  I was looking for another book the last time I was browsing around Target, and happened upon the yellow colored cover instead.  I was kind of down in the dumps that day (for who knows what reason), and I said “sure, happy, sounds good.”  The

For the Love of Friday- Well Read

While the majority of my yearly reading usually happens in the summer, fall and winter are definitely my favorite times of the year to read.  As it starts to get cooler outside and the darkness makes an earlier appearance (a little too early for my liking lately), I experience less guilt dedicating longer periods of

Shel Silverstein

Image credits  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12 Our love for books has been well documented around here but the truth of the matter is that some of my absolute favorite books are children’s books.  Shel Silverstein is such a lovely writer and the little poem above is a

For the Love of Friday- Well Read

Usually in the summer I have lots of extra time on my hands so I get to read a ton of books.  It is definitely one of my favorite things about the season.  Somehow this summer that did not end up being the case.  But I thought I could share some of the books I

To Kill A Mockingbird

So I realize I am pretty late to the game on this one, but I recently finished reading To Kill A Mockingbird for the first time.  Initially, I had a little trouble getting into it but by about page 75 I was hooked.  By the time I had finished it, it had pretty much knocked my