This week was a better week for my blogging than the previous one. I have some catching up to do but will get there hopefully this coming week.
This is the time of the year where I need to check back on what I had set myself to work on this year (a better me goal in baby steps) and reaffirm those for myself. So I am going to get on that activity as well this week.
- Sunday Scribblings #5: My last Sunday Scribblings was devoid of what I did the previous week, because I had zilch, nothing, nada! But I did (attempt to) write a poem as I wondered on where time flies (to) 🙂
- In Paris With You: A ‘macaron’-sweet read! This was a book review that took its time making its way into my blog.
- Do you enjoy finding out what ‘xyz’ day it is on any day of the year? For example, today(March 3rd) is National Anthem Day here in the US as well as I Want You to be Happy Day (I do!). I do enjoy discovering these fun holidays and sometimes add them to my kids’ lunch notes. Here is a list of literary holidays for those of you who need an excuse to do something bookish, and for those of you who don’t as well (like me!)
- My Magic Monday post for IMWAYR found its way into the blogosphere on Thursday:) and I had the following reads included in that post.
- Fast Enough: Bessie Stringfield’s First Ride: Picture book review. (4 – 8 years)
- Lest We Forget: The Passage from Africa into the Twenty-First Century: History/Non-fiction (12 years and older): Book review
- Hip Hop Speaks to Children: A Celebration of Poetry with a Beat (A Poetry Speaks Experience): Poetry (ages 8 and up): Book review
- I, Too, Sing America: Three Centuries of African American Poetry: Poetry (grades 5 and up): Book review
Next Week/Current Reads:
- Bird by Bird: Anne Lamott (had to return it to the library and then was placed on hold again, finally back with me; review week of 3/11
- There are more in the current reading list that I will review this week.
Perpetual (for 2019):
Healthy Meal Planning Bundle 2019 – Make your way to healthier eating and a better you this year so much more easier and smoother with the help of this wonderful resource put together by those amazing folks at Ultimate Bundles.
A Little Bit of Randomness:
“-Oh yes? Can you identify yourself?
-Certainly. I’d know me anywhere.”
― Terry Pratchett, Maskerade