Thanks to Deb at Readerbuzz for hosting The Sunday Salon. Stop over there or at the Facebook Group to participate.
We spent Saturday afternoon at the aviary. We finally got to see the Soar! show on the Skydeck. The trainers showed off some of the aviary’s predators, including vultures, kites, and a hawk.
My boss gave me a short book he thought I might find interesting, so now I have to read it. What do you do when someone more or less makes you borrow a book? Does it make a difference who it is?
This week’s posts:
- A Gentleman’s Murder by Christopher Huang
- A Whisker in the Dark by Leighann Dobbs
- The Sentence Is Death by Anthony Horowitz
So, we’ve been participating in a #gameadaychallenge on Facebook for August. It’s been pretty fun actually. After the aviary, we obviously had to play a game of Wingspan.
Looking forward to:
Mom and I are going to Shaker Woods next weekend, which will be fun, presuming it doesn’t rain.
Amber doesn’t go back to school until Labor Day, so we’ve still got a couple weeks of summer left. Classes start that following Tuesday, but she’s putting moving back in off until the last day possible. Actually, it will make it easier, David and I both have the day off already and with most people moving in on Saturday it should be easier to find parking, etc.
I usually do try to read books people foist on me but don’t always do it in a timely manner.
It sounds like Amber is enjoying her summer.
I may push my way through this one sooner than later so I can get it off my desk.
This summer went by so quickly.!!!
I agree! Less than two weeks til my daughter goes back to college.
I have some books I borrowed from my brother-in-law half a year ago. Starting to feel guilty about that, now. I also have books family members gave me as gifts, that I really need to read so I can tell them how much I like them! You photo of the parrot is very nice, btw.
I don’t borrow from family very often, we tend not to have the same tastes. I have a couple I’ve gotten as gifts that I need to read too.
I did decided to just go ahead and finish the one from my boss. I was a little disappointed in it actually.