The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer
and is a chance to share news, both new and old!
Hey there, bloggers!
I honestly don't know where April went. It's possible that everything going on has gotten to me and I've lost time. It's all a bit foggy now.
There's a lot more talk of 'opening up' this week and while I get that everyone wants their haircuts and whatnot, the cases are not dwindling. It's frustrating that this may turn into a second wave and I still have to deal with the threat of it daily despite that I'm not going anywhere.
And I'm so tired of seeing the 'don't live in fear' rhetoric.
I don't live in fear. I'm just a hermit at heart.
Staying home saves lives. Let's keep that curve flat.
In other news, I finally jumped on the big project bandwagon, not really voluntarily, and started to move my little library and the thousands of books in it to a bigger room on the other side of the house. Which meant emptying, cleaning, and organizing both. I've moved about two tall shelves worth so far. Too many more to go. Wish me luck!
We were able to harvest cucumbers, banana peppers, and pole beans from the garden this week. The tomatoes are starting to turn red and we have a few squash now as well. I also got some sweet potato slips planted!
Recently Posted Reviews:
I reviewed a new reprint of That's Good, That's Bad by Joan M. Lexau & Aliki for the publisher. My kiddo loved How to Catch A Unicorn by Adam Wallace and I reviewed my graphic novel choice for April, Persepolis Pt 1 by Marjane Satrapi.
What I'm Watching:
Turns out I never finished You, season 2 so I wrapped that up earlier this week.
What I'm Listening To:
This video is pretty cool. It's like a RPG game but with cosplayers.
Have a great week! Stay safe!