TSS: Week in Review

February 23, 2014 The Sunday Salon 4

Another week has come to an end. We’ve been teased with spring weather this week but the cold temps and snow are just around the corner again. As usual, the boys are keeping us active with all their activities: skiing trips, school concerts, basketball, & birthday parties. I really am glad they are so active!

Since our oldest was off with his scout troop skiing this weekend, i assumed I would have more time to read. Not so much. Instead, since our youngest had no one to bother or annoy, he decided to spend ALL his time with me. I know, I know, it’s time spent together that I will miss as he gets older.  So, while I didn’t get to do as much reading as I would have liked to yesterday, there’s still today, right?

Although I didn’t get a lot of reading in this week, I did have the opportunity to really outstanding historical fiction as well as look ahead to books I can’t wait to read:

How was your reading week?

4 Responses to “TSS: Week in Review”

  1. Trisha
    Twitter: Trish422

    I find that even when my one kid is away, I don’t get any of the “I wants” done because there are so many “I needs” to be done. The joys of parenting right.

  2. Kailana

    I like that even when I haven’t read a lot in a week, I did love what I managed to read. Quality over quantity. 🙂

  3. Laurie Brown

    After finally finishing a long, dense (but interesting) non-fiction book, I was delighted to get back to some fiction. ‘Cambridge’ by Susanna Kaysen was a quick read, and now I’m reading ‘Mount Terminus’, historical fiction set in turn of the century Los Angeles. Fun!