For this week’s coffee share I thought I would share what I have been reading in April. It was a … More
The month of February was a dire month for reading. I started a book I didn’t like and couldn’t finish. Thanks to some light reading in terms of Sandi Toksvig’s memoirs, I got back in the mood again. So to what I have read recently.
I mentioned on Monday that I am taking some time off work – two weeks to be exact. Being at home means more time for reading (actually have two books on the go for the first time in ages), time to do some clutter clearing (I was very pleased with the results of reorganising the herbs and spices today), doing a new jigsaw, listening to podcasts and going for walks. I’ve also been browsing cookbooks, seeking ideas and inspiration now I have a bit more time to try things out
At my work book club this week, we are to bring along our favourite book of the year. Not an … More
I was looking for a quote about reading to use in this post and came across this one from Jean Rhys: Reading makes immigrants of us all. It takes us away from home, but more important, it finds homes for us everywhere.
It’s been ages since I have done one of these posts, summarising what I have watched, listened to and read … More
Could somebody please tell me where September has gone? I’m sure I was commenting on the first day of spring … More
Here we are at the end of July already – 2017 is certainly going by at lightening speed. Anyway, time … More
And so it is time yet again for the monthly round up of what I’ve been watching, listening to and … More
It’s been lovely to be nominated by Raphaela over at Hummingbird Redemption for the Brotherhood of the World Bloggers Award! Thank you … More