I meant to post last Sunday. And then I thought it was scheduled for Wednesday. And now (Saturday) I am realizing that it never actually posted. So, here you go. My October Recap. Just a little late.
In October, I read:
- The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith (JK Rowling) | audio
- The Preservationist by Justin Kramon | print
- Astray by Emma Donoghue | audio
- Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell | print
- The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black | audio
I also reviewed Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock.
I was forced to take a little break due to a shoulder injury (muscle memory is a killer when you’re trying to keep an arm still). But I’m back now and my shoulder is definitely starting to get better with physcial therapy.
So, with the shoulder injury, I was pretty much forced to run if I wanted to exercise. I’ve been going somewhat regularly and ran a 5k on Sunday (but that was November so I can’t talk about it until next month). The weather is nice and running has been a good way to enjoy it.
Still taking pictures. Still learning. Still lusting after new lenses, etc. I posted a bunch of photos this month: Discovery Park; Autumn in Michigan; My Little Pumpkin; City Walk; Delicious Crayons.
Evan is 17 months old. He’s just starting to talk and sign and it is amazing to be able to communicate with him better. He’s also getting up early and really starting to cry when he doesn’t get his way. But I love him anyway.
I swore with my son that the “terrible twos” actually started at about 18 months and lasted until he was four! Haha! Hey, the crying and pouting and tantrums definitely gets their point across! Sorry for the shoulder injury, that is frustrating. I’m loving this nicer weather…you just have to be outside. That is why people come down here in the winter!
Evan is adorable!
great recap, here is mine: http://wordsandpeace.com/2013/11/08/2013-october-wrap-up/
I’ve been seeing The Coldest Girl in Coldtown everywhere! What did you think of it?
I hope your shoulder is back to 100% soon!