I am going to try a new Sunday Salon format to match my new look.
In February, I read:
- The Art Forger by B.A. Shapiro – audio – 4.5 stars
- The Ghost Runner by Blair Richmond – ebook – 3.5 stars
- Scarlet by Marissa Meyer – audio – 4 stars
- The Pluto Files: The Rise and Fall of America’s Favorite Planet by Neil deGrasse Tyson – audio – 3 stars
- The Life You’ve Imagined by Kristina Riggle – print – 3.5 stars
- Parlor Games by Maryka Biaggio – audio – 4 stars
- Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans – print – 4 stars
As you can see, I am a bit behind on reviews. But, I did manage to actually get some reading done. Yay!
Between the illness that plagued our house and a photography workshop I took, I only made it to class once this month. But man it felt great once I got back.
My running suffered for the same reason – the baby was sick and I was sick. Now I am having some back issues again, but I hope to get running again soon. I had originally planned on running the 5k at Gasparilla last weekend, but I’ve learned my lesson and I won’t run another race without training at least a little bit. I am going to sign up for a Mother’s Day 5k, which should allow me plenty of time to get back in running shape. We are also planning on joining the YMCA so I will have no excuse.
Evan is nine months old. He’s still sch a joy to be around. We’ve regressed a little on sleep, but I’m hopeful that will change soon. If there is one thing I’ve learned, it’s that I can’t predict the future. A few weeks ago, Evan started refusing breast milk bottles and preferring formula. I fought him on it and tried everything to get him to take them again. But earlier this week, I decided to let it go and let him just have the formula. At nine months, the fight isn’t worth it. I’m sad that we’re one step closer to weaning, but I do love the freedom from pumping (only 1x/day!).
We’re having lots of fun cruising, clapping, waving, and playing in our new playroom.
How did February treat you?