Tag Archive: reading

May is madness for a teacher.  I am trying to wrap up all the important loose ends, so that we can spend June playing outside a little more, exploring our community, and having plenty of fun before I am made to send them off  (the most bittersweet part of my year).  As of late, I have… Read More
Sharp Objects.  Gillian Flynn.  Have you read it yet?  If not, you should.  Unless you have a weak stomach, maybe.  This story is full of psychological turmoil that will make you think twice about what you’ve just read and sometimes think twice about continuing on.  I’ve read Gillian Flynn’s other novels, Gone Girl and Dark… Read More
A few months ago I had a blog idea that I brought to Megan — a ‘books, blankets, and big mugs’ kind of idea.  I started writing about my most recent Labor Day read — The Boston Girl, that same day.  And now here I am, four five months later, finally posting my blog.  No… Read More
Megan told me we were going to share the things we can’t live without.  She needed me to bring these things in for pictures.  The first thought that ran through my mind, was “how in the world am I going to get Stella and Abby to the store and coax them to cooperate for a… Read More