We spent a good chunk of the weekend in beautiful Kirksville, Missouri visiting Rick’s nephew and his fiancée — toured the campus of Truman University, enjoyed the local eateries, and enjoyed amazing conversation.
My Saturday posts went up just before we left, so I’m sorry I was late returning comments. I appreciated everyone who stopped by for Weekend Cooking, Book Review: The Color of Tea by Hannah Tunnicliffe, and Saturday Snapshot, Georgian Doors of Dublin. Between the Georgian Doors and my Wordless Wednesday post, Dublin Castle, I am now done with Ireland photos. It must be time to plan another trip.
We had a good turn out for Readers’ Workouts — September 18. Join us tomorrow for another edition of the meme where we support each other’s athletic aspirations and bookish inclinations.
I finished Sarum by Edward Rutherfurd. Woohoo! I love how completing a thick book feels like such an accomplishment.
With the grounding in English history that I got from the novel, Sarum, I am currently reading The Story of England by Christopher Hibbert. I have a small stack of nonfiction English histories from the library. I selected this one because it had the best pictures.
I’ve picked back up American Grown by Michelle Obama, the book about the White House garden. I also started reading Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World by Michael Hyatt to see how I can use my blog to be more connected with more people.
I have no idea what I’ll read next. Probably more English history, but I haven’t decided which book.
It’s Monday! What Are Your Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by Sheila of Book Journey. Be sure to check out her post today to see her selections and the list of links to all the other participating bloggers.