Well, this may be my worst month since the 2008 campaign. Yep. Two books. One print. One audio. And I haven’t reviewed either of them yet. Go me.
I also reviewed The Coldest Girl in Coldtown; Enthusiasm; and a couple Family Reads (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and The Little Prince). I will try to be a better blogger next month.
I’ve been dancing a bit and running a bit. I’m still dealing with a shoulder injury so the dancing is a bit limited (you have no idea how good your muscle memory is until you try to do routine ballet steps without your arms). I did attend a master class this month with a University of South Florida professor, which was a nice change of pace.
Way back at the beginning of the month, Ben, Evan, and I ran the Blue Moon 5k in Ozona. I finished in just about 34 minutes, which isn’t a personal record by any means but made me pretty happy.
I shared a few photos this month: E is Ready for Some Football and A Couple of Photos, but I definitely lost some of my photography mojo, too. We just got back from Boston and I barely broke out the camera. Hopefully the holiday spirit (and some camera toys under the tree?) will bring some inspiration.
Evan is 18 months old and is in full toddler-mode now (he is throwing a ball at the Christmas tree as I type this). He is running and talking and whining and still a total joy…90% of the time.
How did November treat you?
I feel like I’m on a slow boat as well when it comes to reading, but it isn’t bothering me much. I’ve finally convinced myself that it isn’t a contest, and that it is OK to read at whatever pace is comfortable! Your baby is not a baby anymore. He is getting so big!
Congrats on your 5k! I think you are doing a fabulous job juggling everything. There will always be too many books to read, so don’t be too hard on yourself!