I hate that I’m doing this, but how is it the last week of October already? I feel like I spent the whole moth with my nose buried in house and school stuff, barely looking up. This past weekend was more of the same, but my husband and I did make a little trek to the Metro Richmond Zoo to see Kumbali and Kago, a little pup and
leopard (that is a cheetah…my brain is dead), who were amazingly adorable.
Picking up a chunkster like Steve Silberman’s NeuroTribes may not seem like the best idea right now, but it’s not as scientifically complex as the title might suggest and doing an amazing job reminding me that grad school would be setting me on the right path. I’m balancing it out by reading Bohemian Gospel by Dana Chamblee Carpenter, which feels a little outside my wheelhouse, but has managed to pull me in fairly quickly.
In case you missed it, last week I opened voting for the start of this year’s Book Blogger Top Picks. If you have a blog, you have until November 10th to enter in your favorite books for 2015, which we’ll narrow down through voting over the coming months.