I feel much better now. I have no idea what hit me but when I don’t want to read or knit, then I must not be feeling well.
Yesterday (Sunday) I was actually reading New Yorkers published in the month we were in. Sadly, as of today that is no longer true, but I’m closer to being caught up than I was. Maybe in the next two weeks I’ll be caught up enough to pester E to finish them. I’ve been a bit distracted in my reading and hope to finish a few more things next week. This almost looks like I wasn’t reading at all this past week…
A Mad Desire to Dance
by Elie Wiesel
It took a chapter to get into it, but once I did I couldn’t put it down. There is something about the rhythm of Wiesel’s writing which held me in a trance and reluctantly let me go as I finished the last sentence. It doesn’t have the same hold for me that his prior writing does but I find myself still thinking about the story several days later.
by Raghavan Iyer
Shanna recommended this to me and as I expected it did not disappoint. I’ve not yet made it to Lex and the high-20s for spices but I do look forward to cooking many of the yummy looking recipes.