which means my first love turns
half a century old.
it also means there’s
an extra 25 minutes to my commute
cus schools have started.
mostly it means
that the weather is cooler
i’m thinking about knee high socks
plans are being made for apple picking.
i might put away summer clothes
and bring out the sweaters
i’m also thinking about making soup
i’m snuggling with dw,
possibly with a book in hand.
last month i finished
TWO POINT FIVE BOOKS:
is everyone hanging out without me by mindy kaling
this song will save your life by leila sales
disconnected: an e-short story by jennifer weiner
there were times when i
thought mindy & i should be bffs,
i even tweeted her.
she ignored me.
that’s the other times i thought
we shouldn’t be bffs.
i listened to the other book,
which made me sad,
because it reminded me of high school.
and then i read the short
one while on jury duty.
currently on my kindle slash cloud reader slash audio thing:
allegiant by veronica roth
one more thing by bj novak
interworld by neil gaiman
bossypants by tina fey
currently reading in the car during road trips:
the smokejumper by nicholas evans, which happens to be a repeat,
and one of my favoritest books.
and you lovies,
what are you reading?
9 thoughts on “confab | current reads”
Love this post – so lovely as usual!
i am ready for Fall too…sweaters, more coffee, and everything pumpkin 🙂 I am currently reading Maya Angelou’s I know why the caged bird sings
i’ve never read Maya Angelou! this needs to be remedied
How was that Judy Blume?!
i liked it. it’s definitely different from her YA stuff, so don’t go in with that expectation and you’ll be fine.
A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson
hi amy, welcome! thank you for sharing!
I just started reading “Gone Girl” per my friends suggestion…haven’t gotten to the scary parts yet, but I’m beginning to wonder if I should have chosen another book. Will have to check out your selections–thanks for sharing!
i read that a few years ago and i go back & forth between liking it and just barely tolerating. i wouldn’t say it’s a scary book, but it’s disturbing and leaves you uneasy….