Well here we are. The last day of this wonderful little Thanksgiving break. My dad is still visiting until tomorrow and it’s been very nice having him around (and not traveling myself). Despite my guests, I still managed to finish two books this week, which – let’s face it – is kind of amazing. I finally finished Shatter Me and I read Saving June. I’m currently reading Habibi and Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close in print. In audio I’m taking a little break from The Poisonwood Bible to read Their Eyes Were Watching God.
Yesterday’s excitement was The Game. Michigan finally beat Ohio State for the first time since 2003. Ben thought it would be fun for me to explain everything I’ve done since that time, but it turns out it’s just a little bit sad. In between wins over OSU, I…got engaged…graduated from college (at Michigan)…got married…went to law school (at Michigan)…watched my husband move to Florida…spent a summer in California…graduated from law school…moved to Florida myself…passed the bar…elected a president…got my first job as a lawyer…started a book blog and met all of you…tweeted 30,000 times…traveled to DC, NYC, Vegas, Europe, Boston, St. Louis, Pittsburgh (some of these more than once) and many other places….and, finally, decided to start a family. Let’s just hope the time between now and the next win is a bit shorter.
Today we are going to the Salvador Dali museum in St. Pete. How are you spending the last day of your vacation (or weekend)?