Saturday, May 26, 2018

BOOK CHAT: March 2018 in Review


I am finally back to getting caught up.  I'm only at March, but I'm determined to have these monthly reviews completed before the end of the weekend!  Let's get to it!

MARCH was a crazy month, but ended with a bang.  We took a long weekend away, hitting some hot springs and Yellowstone National Park.  Even better, I finally got to meet my niece in person.  Best weekend ever!!  Who knew being an aunt could be so great?!!

The TOP PIC for the month was one of my highlights mentioned above ... Yellowstone National Park.  The picture was particularly of Mammoth Hot Springs.  There was still so much snow over that weekend, and it just seemed to make the colors pop even more than usual.  It was so gorgeous!


Though March proved to be an unforgettable month, it did not prove to be a very good one when it came to reading.  The BOOKS READ only amounted to two, and both of them were audiobooks.
  1. China Dolls by Lisa See
  2. The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Speare

My FAVE BOOK of those two reads was probably The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Speare.  I am sure I read this book as a kid, but I enjoyed it so much more as a re-read.  It has actually inspired me to read even more about the Salem Witch Trials.

APRIL started out on a positive note, but it proved to be yet another month of chaos.  I never imagined that my schedule would get crazier as my kids got older, but I was wrong.  Despite the craziness, I wouldn't change my schedule for a second.  It is busy and exhausting, but it is also so much fun, filled with pride and happiness.

YOUR TURN:  Do you remember what your March was like? 

1 comment:

  1. Wow, March? I have no idea. I just looked back at my calendar and it's full of fun things like going to the dentist and having the windows in our house cleaned. ;)
    I really would love to go to Yellowstone one day though!

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