2022 Reading Goals

Yeah, 2021 was a bust. As always I am trying for 52 books this year. But this year I am trying some different challenges. I hope to have fun with it on top of meeting my goal. We'll see how it goes. Currently Reading Books I've already stared, but have not yet finished: Twice BittenWerewolves … Continue reading 2022 Reading Goals

I’m A Horrible Mother, In The Best Way…

A.K.A.: Random Stream-Of-Consciousness Anecdote This is a funny one, so get your popcorn. I had just gotten home from an overnight excursion with my mom (I was her plus one at a wedding) when my hubby dragged me out to run an errand with him. When we got home I was pretty well exhausted due … Continue reading I’m A Horrible Mother, In The Best Way…

Reverse Read-a-thon, 2022: Hours 13-18

I got burny eyes and had to scramble to find a new read that I had access to the audiobook. I chose The Pirate King's Daughter. It's been on my TBR for a minute and the audiobook was available through the library. I will admit that I dozed for a few minutes here and there, … Continue reading Reverse Read-a-thon, 2022: Hours 13-18

Reverse Read-a-thon, 2022: Hours 7-12

After finishing my second book at around 2:00 am (EST), I decided I needed a power nap. It wasn't long enough so I set an alarm for a second nap. I slept through said alarm. But lucky me, my hubby likes to rise before the sun, and thought it was a good idea to wake … Continue reading Reverse Read-a-thon, 2022: Hours 7-12

Reverse Read-a-thon, 2022: Mid-Event Survey

Mid-Event Survey! What are you reading right now? Daughter of the Pirate KingHow many books have you read so far? I've finished two books so far.What book are you most looking forward to for the second half of the readathon? SeafireHave you had many interruptions? Yes! How did you deal with those? I mumbled many … Continue reading Reverse Read-a-thon, 2022: Mid-Event Survey

Reverse Read-a-thon, 2022: Hours 1-6

Through all my procrastination, distractions, and interruptions, I actually managed to start the read-a-thon on time. And by the 15-minute mark, my husband called my phone and asked me to meet him in the garage. After growling a few expletives, I went down to the garage to find him talking to a neighbor and having … Continue reading Reverse Read-a-thon, 2022: Hours 1-6

Reverse Read-a-thon, 2022: Opening Survey

Opening Survey! 1) What fine part of the world are you reading from today? Philadelphia, PA, USA2) Which book in your stack are you most looking forward to? Seafire3) Which snack are you most looking forward to? Almond Thins4) Tell us a little something about yourself! I'm about to go back to school to become … Continue reading Reverse Read-a-thon, 2022: Opening Survey

Dewey’s Reverse Read-a-thon

It's that time again! As per usual, I am not prepared. I have a bunch or errands to run Friday morning and afternoon and I'm hoping I can get them done in enough time to take a little nappy before the read-a-thon starts. Friday: So...that nap ain't happening. The errands took longer than expected, and … Continue reading Dewey’s Reverse Read-a-thon

How Do People Have It Together?!

Let me preface this crazy stream-of-consciousness rant, with the fact that I realized you can find something profoundly beautiful even when you're having a bad day. I admit that this last year--years-- has been really rough and the universe won't seem to give me a break. I am an absolute mess... So what was my … Continue reading How Do People Have It Together?!

So… Apparently, Therapy Works

Those who know me personally know that I am not one to share (in public forums) when it comes to personal stuff, but I felt the need to share today. I've maybe mentioned in past posts or on other social media that I have a collection of comfort movies/tv shows, and that my oldest daughter … Continue reading So… Apparently, Therapy Works

Review: How To Be Really Annoying

Title: How To Be Really AnnoyingSeries:Author: Lucinda WildeNarrator: Published: March 10, 2020Listen Time:Page Count: 160Read Date: April 28, 2022Description: Over 150 ways to master the art of being incredibly irritating.In a world full of trivial annoyances and a slow, steady drip of irritations, it can be hard to find a way to stand out. We … Continue reading Review: How To Be Really Annoying