Make five. A few books were finished this past week while even more were started. I don’t have much to say about any of the ones I finished but that I finished them indicates they are worth something. I’m slowly regaining my brain cells, eyes that want to focus on words, and the energy to do everything I need to. I can say that my commonplace book is filling up with quotes and quips and I’m saddened by the cost of books which come both with pre-numbered pages and lines that don’t make me wish to gouge my eye out with a dull needle. In time I’ll figure it out. For now, the standard composition book (9¾" × 7½") is working well for me and seems to be my journal size, shape, and format of default preference. *sigh* Now to find one with narrow rule that is the same size so I can finally make covers. (yes I’m aware of these. I kinda like the marble cover. I’ll look at the office supply store tomorrow and see.)
- The Situation and the Story: The Art of Personal Narrative by Vivian Gornick
- The Coming Convergence: Surprising Ways Diverse Technologies Interact to Shape Our World and Change by Stanley Schmidt
- The Complete Guide to Quilting Techniques by Pauline Brown
- Dealing with Dragons: The Enchanted Forest Chronicles, Book One by Patricia Wrede
- A Primer on Organizational Behavior by James L. Bowditch
My goals for the next few months are relatively simple: read, write, clean, knit, spin, crochet, sew, and catch up on client work so we’re all happy and I have money to do things I want to do both now and in the future.