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Thank you to all of the service men and women, past & present, for putting your lives on the line for our freedom every day. Although I appreciate having a long holiday weekend, I don’t take lightly the reason for this day off. I’m so very grateful.
It has been a very warm, sunshiny weekend for which I’m also thankful! On Friday I took a yoga class with my girlfriend in the morning and then we took our kiddos to the park for a few hours. Afterwards we made an ice cream stop and then a quick trip to the library. Saturday we spent the entire day in the pool soaking up the sun. And today my parents asked to keep Sunnie for a sleepover, so my hubby and I got to go out on the boat and enjoy more of the awesome weather. While he fishes, I read and get a tan. It has been a pretty perfect weekend! Tomorrow morning I have a race first thing, and then we’re having family over for a cookout in the evening.
I hope you all are enjoying the weekend!
I have been meaning to start the Helen Grace series for awhile. It wasn’t my favorite thriller, but I enjoyed it enough to want to continue the series. As for Undecided – if you love New Adult – then you need to read this book. I loved the writing, I loved the characters, I loved how witty and real it was. It was never cheesy and had just enough angst without being too much. I loved this book SO MUCH. This was a case in which the hype lived up to all of my expectations.
Okay, I get it now. Amy Harmon is a fantastic writer, and I have been missing out all this time. I am kicking myself, seriously. Just started this one today, and I don’t want to put it down. The fact that tomorrow is Memorial Day tugs at my heart even more. This book is incredible. My friends who continued to recommend Harmon to me – THANK YOU.
WHAT WILL YOU READ NEXT?
I started this one a few nights ago, before I got sucked into Making Faces. I was really enjoying it (WWII stories are proving to be my favorite historical fiction), and look forward to picking it back up.
What are you reading this week?