I have not been reading as much or getting through so many audio books this summer. I've had a bit more time off lately but I am choosing to spruce up the house and work on those "honey dos" of mine that have been waiting years to happen. (i.e, cleaning the attic.) Not fun but necessary and rewarding once it's done. Today I will be cleaning the basement which I call affectionately, the "Man Cave". I may never return. :)
Waiting to hear back on a few full-time jobs that I interviewed for. Looking forward to a change that allows me to go to ONE place, ONCE a day and stop all the running that I do. My son will be in school every day now until 2, so it's time I focus my work time during that time so I can be available for him after school.
Currently on my nightstand, I'm trying to plug away with Trail of the Spellmans by Lisa Lutz (Book 5) because The Last Word (Book 6) just came out and I was a bit behind.
In my CD player, I am listening to Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg, a women and business audio book that I can not really relate to but am finding extremely fascinating.
On my TV, I am currently hooked on Friday Night Lights. I have been blasting through each season while doing my projects around the house. Currently started the 3rd season and consider one of the best shows I've watched so far.
As for my kiddo and I, we read every night and are moving into easy chapter books to help him read with me. We discovered a beautiful book called I'm Here by Peter Reynolds, a story about the world of a young boy on the Autism Spectrum. Beautiful. I highly recommend it! When you have a child with special needs, it's so wonderful to find stories out there that just hit the nail right on the head and you can relate to it completely.
I must now jump my list of things to do.
Happy Reading, Listening, Watching and Living and as always, thanks for stopping by!
red headed book child