It is definitely not a lie. I like big books and small books, old books and new books, print books and ebooks, kids books and adult books, fiction and nonfiction. If it is readable at all then I pretty much am happy. The one standout used to be comics, I was ok with them I just didn’t love them. The reading challenge I have been doing has changed that. I don’t do a lot of audiobooks. I guess I need to get better at them since several of the books I want from the library only come that way.
Bright and colorful and full of happiness and joy! This little girl just seems to be having the best day. I love that. Summer as a kid is so very different than summer as an adult. Something that this last weekend was very apparent to me. Two of the kids were spending time over here and it was nice watching them enjoy the joys of summer.
Sometimes a card seems to come around right after I would have liked to have had it. One of my nephews graduated from preschool this year and this would have been the perfect card! I just think it means that there is another reason that it is meant to be. Possibly when his little brother does the same in a couple of years…
Just when I think that I am fairly well read and this challenge will be easy… I am loving it though, my to read list is growing and that actually makes me happy. My poor husband has started to get confused by my talk of the various book challenges that I am partaking in at any given time. I just really like to read, anything and everything really, in fact, the one spot I was a bit of hold out on (comics/graphic novels) has now become a daily read as well.
When our pup turned one we had a birthday party for him. Honestly, it was more for the kids than anything else. I do try and spoil him a bit on his ‘special day’. Our first pup was a rescue dog and we had no idea when his birthday was, so we celebrated the day he joined our family as “Calvin Dog Day” He had a weakness for strawberry ice cream so he always got some on that day. (There was a year he was the only one to get any of the strawberries my grandfather grew in his garden)