The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer
and is a chance to share news, both new and old!
Hey there, bloggers!
We finished our nightly chapter book read-aloud, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl, and I read a graphic novel, Glass Town: The Imaginary World of the Brontes by Isabel Greenberg, because I felt guilty about not finishing anything recently.
I'm catching up with my reads from earlier this month but also started Me and White Supremacy, which is a 28-day racism education challenge with journaling prompts to explore privilege, bias, fear, silence, and more.
We read and review Dinosaur Lady: The Daring Discoveries of Mary Anning by Linda Skeers for Netgalley. We got our reviews for I Am A Warrior Goddess by Jennifer Adams and Most of the Better Natural Things in the World by Dave Eggers up. I also got my review of Deeplight by Frances Hardinge posted.
What I'm Watching:
We finally finished Charlie and the Chocolate Factory so we watched both of these for our family movie night!
Off the blog:
It's been a week similar to many others. Some rain, some sun. Some reading, lots of avoiding social media because it really can get worse. Lots of time with my kiddo. And then forgetting to post on bookstagram. Again. Oops.
We're celebrating the start of a beautiful summer and Father's Day this weekend. We got out on another hike this week which was really nice. We saw deer, turkey, a rabbit, a raccoon, gators, and anhingas (water birds). And plenty of banana spiders, too. It's spider season.
It's also getting crazier with COVID here in Florida.
260 out of 500 employees at the Orlando International Airport tested positive last week. Similar stats are popping up all over. We hit a new record of 4000 new cases in one day on Saturday. With how flippant everyone has been about this, it's not surprising.
I hope all is well with you all.