This tag is a little late. Summer, for me, is June, July, and August. But, Summer 2020 was difficult for me for a monumental amount of reasons. Reading wise... I dropped the ball. And, even though I didn't read as much as I had wanted to, I still found quite a few gems. What was … Continue reading The End of Summer | Book Tag
I occasionally do this thing where I decide that I am going to do something. Sometimes, this want culminates in house plants and pet fish and then a planted aquarium. Here's how it starts: I spend countless hours researching and compiling information and planning out how I would go about the task, and then researching … Continue reading One day.
I've just recently gotten into the Graphic Novel scene, and I've only read a few of them. If you want to see a list of the graphic novels that I've read I'll link one here. I've compiled a list of the graphic novels that I want to read and narrowed that list down to 5 … Continue reading Graphic Novel Adaptation TBR
The day-to-day has felt like a lot lately, and I've stumbled back into reading. I've missed it. And, I hope to continue to slowly enjoy my reads. Currently, I'm reading Elena Ferrante's The Story of a New Name and I've missed this writing style. The audible narration is also soothing, so if that's your thing, … Continue reading
Today, I need to remind myself that it is just a fence. That installing a new one would be updating the house. It would make the back yard more yard-like. More private. That we would enjoy having a new fence. We need more privacy. I also can't stop thinking about the old fence. After a … Continue reading how to remember a gate
My younger sister has moved home for the foreseeable future. With her, one puppy, two kittens, and so. many. boxes. Boxes in the living room, in the kitchen, in the basement. Extra food in the pantry, extra spices in the drawer. And so much tea. We are blessed to have her back. We had a … Continue reading A welcoming
I'm not sure how young I should go with this one. My middle and high school years held a ton of paranormal romance. Love triangle galore. Vampires and werewolves and witches and zombies had my heart. After that, it was the dystopian genre that held my attention for about a minute and a half and … Continue reading books for my younger self
One of the tasks that gave me the most stress throughout the flooring process was the need to move my 20 gallon fish tank into a room in which they would be safe from whatever magic the builders had to do to the floors. Big magic requires big space. The process: Remove plants from tank. … Continue reading Fish tank moving day, round two.
this month was wild y'all. It didn't feel like I had much time to read, but I did manage to do a little damage to my TBR this month. I finished quite a few movies. If you're interested in them and my thoughts on them, I update my Letterboxed profile very regularly. I finished Rin … Continue reading August Wrap Up
I did not finish a single book in August. But, my house is more or less back together. We have added a few new pets to the household. I've watched a few new shows and gone back to some old, faithful ones. This month - September, I constantly need a reminder - I want to … Continue reading September 2020 Want to Read