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Wow, I've been in a blogging blackout for quite a bit. Honestly, it feels extremely unmooring being out of it for this long. The good news is, I have a few posts planned out and am hoping to spend some time today and tomorrow trying to get caught up. At least that's the plan, we'll see what tries to come in the way of that. Renovation updates Not a whole lot to report here. The work in the kitchen had to be paused while we wait for new island cabinets and granite to come along. I am hoping for some progress on the granite this week - if that happens, we will be able to start using everything except the island and that will be a huge win for me. At this point, I am trying to get the house as ready as it can be before my parents travel from India. It will be extremely tight.  Most of the recent work has been in the master bathroom. It's coming along nicely, albeit a little slower than we hoped.  Life We were expecting to have visitors over the Thanksgiving week as our ren

Not exactly a Dog Days kind of weekend but...




The Dog Days of Summer Readathon started just about 2 hours ago. I haven't yet opened a book plus I do have to run some errands during the day and spend a few hours on office work tomorrow. But I'm hoping to spend most of the rest of the time on interior decorating and reading some books. It's been an insanely long time since I did any readathon so it definitely feels exciting to do some mass reading.

I don't expect to get through too many books, and I didn't really make any stack yet, but off the top of my head, these are the three books I've been thinking about lately:


The first would be a reread, the second is a new-to-me-title that is yelling quirky at me and the third is half-read at this point and intriguing thus far.

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I've been seeing Forgive Me around the blogosphere lately and I'm very curious about it. Can't wait to hear what you think. Happy readathoning!
Aw, I love to see Harry Potter books on these lists. I really want to go back and do a re-read soon. Hope you have a great weekend!
bermudaonion(Kathy) said…
I really want to read Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock. Have a great weekend!
Sam_TinyLibrary said…
I've not done loads of reading yet either, but this readathon is very low pressure, so it's all cool.
Harry Potter is perfect for a readathon, so quick and engaging.
Lisa Sheppard said…
I always think I'm going to clear the decks for readathons but there are just always things that have to get done, aren't there? Enjoy the time you find for reading!
Athira / Aths said…
The book's definitely very intriguing. I'm halfway through and cannot wait to read the rest.
Athira / Aths said…
They are just such an awesome read each time!
Athira / Aths said…
That book is really good!
Athira / Aths said…
So true! The Harry Potter series is perfect for any readathon.
Athira / Aths said…
My readathon was very similar to that - but I did get some good reading done so that's good!