It’s Monday, October 10th. What Are You Reading?


Happy Monday, from the rebound of a somewhat-rested weekend. I took some time away from schoolwork to fall into some movies, snuggle up, and read while thing got pretty gloomy outside. MUCH needed, even if it means a little more work later this week, especially since we’re inching toward midterms and big dates on the project. We’ll be moving from training staff to data collection in our schools again soon, which will at least feel a bit more consistent, but there’s definitely a bunch to get done before then.

It’s been a strange week for books. I ended up jumping back into Ann Patchett’s Commonwealth, which I started and set aside several weeks ago, but I’m really enjoying it now. I decided Hamilton just wasn’t doing it for me on audio and switched over to Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly, which seems like a fabulous choice. And I’m also working through the interviews in Freedom is a Constant Struggle by Angela Davis for an upcoming book club.

It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?