Boats Boats Boats Boats: Where is Care?
I have been wandering
over the country side open seas around various marinas on the Atlantic looking at campers-on-water aka BOATS. Very fun and very frustrating.
I have read a book or two (finally) and just want you all to know that I am still around and have BLOG POST(s) on my To Do list today. But it is a long list and priorities being what they are, I might not get to half the items! I subbed yesterday at the High School and am scheduled to do so again tomorrow which severely cuts into my blogging time because well, it just does. I was just sure I had one or two of my readers wondering where the heck I have been hiding lately.
Just so you know, I finished The Doctor’s Plague: Germs, Childbed Fever, and the Strange Story of Ignac Semmelweis by Sherwin B Nuland and am ready to start Birth of Love by Joanna Kavenna for CitizenReader’s Book Menage. And I have reviews started for Flow by Elissa Stein & Susan Kim and Tess of the D’Urbervilles by Tom Hardy. I probably could post a Part 1 of the John Adams bio by McCullough that I listened to.
Other than that, I have about 3 books half read! That doesn’t count Ulysses. My saying that I have multiple books unfinished-but-not-given-up-on reiterates my obvious need and desire to be a monogamous reader. ONE BOOK AT A TIME. It’s been a crazy spring for my reading life and I blame it entirely on
BOAT SHOPPING. Between MY wants, my husband’s wishlist/criteria, the desire to have two big dogs move around any boat, money, and and and… Frustrating.
Sigh. OH! And next week I am going on a girls trip!!! So exciting. Hopefully I will get a book or two read then, too.