Well, it’s definitely been a crazy week over here, starting with a stuffy summer cold. Yesterday was pretty rough, so I’m hoping that was the worst of it and from now on I’ll be on the up and up. My husband and I also met with a real estate agent to take some baby steps toward selling our house and buying something new. We don’t have any particular, desperate need to move, other than taking advantage of the market in our neighborhood right now, so this is a good thing…but it still feels a little stressful.
With the sickness and swirly house thoughts, I had a really hard time settling in on new reads this week. Well, aside from Bill Clegg’s Did You Ever Have a Family, which I absolutely devoured and loved. I picked up and set down a few other library books and ARCs until I landed on Preparation for the Next Life by Atticus Lish and Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning by Timothy Snyder. I’m still early into both, but so far so good.