Obviously, this isn’t an entire week’s worth of outfits. I started a month long Summer Remix Challenge on Tuesday, July 1st. So, for July I’ll be posting my outfits on Mondays, as per the challenge. 🙂
Framley Parsonage by Anthony Trollope
The Death Cure by James Dashner (completed)
The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde
Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins (aloud to my husband)
Betsy and Mr. Kilpatrick by Carolyn Haywood
The Cricket in Times Square by George Seldon, audiobook narrated by Tony Shaloub
Maricel’s ficlets ⭐ MUST READ ⭐
Erin’s Top Most Awesome Quotes Part 2
Connie’s “lifestyle blogger” post
Lark’s thoughtful comparison of print books and ebooks
Monday: Summer Remix Challenge – Week #1
Tuesday: Meet-cute (personal story)
Wednesday: Wordsmitten Wednesday – Love
Thursday: What I’m Reading – How to Train Your Dragon
Friday: Weekly Recap
10 thoughts on “Weekly Recap: July, 2014 – Week #1”
Love how you can go from sporty so girly in a twitch of a skirt. The fuchsia ensemble is my fave of the week, followed closely by the plaid, of course.
Framley Parsonage needs to get on my library queue. Stat.
Now way did you link me! Squeeee! Thankee, m’dear. I have the rest of Chapter 1 ready for you, btw.
I read Lark’s article. You’re right – she does have insightful things to say. Now, I want her to write about her thoughts on professional vs. self-published books. ;p
Of course I linked you! I’ve got the evening to myself, so gimme!
All to yourself? On 4th of July? How come? And am sending the doc right now…
We spent the day with my family, but needed to be home to get the kids to bed. Bert has game night tonight, so I get some me time. 🙂
Hogwarts! I saw you’re reading The Eyre Affair too! I love that series.
I found the Hogwarts tee at Walmart, of all places! Stephanie @ http://nodorkfear.blogspot.com
recommended the Thursday Next series for Whovians and I am loving it!
Funny story – my daughter climbed into my lap while I was reading Framley Parsonage and started talking to me. I couldn’t figure out what she was saying – like, the words made sense but seemed completely out of context. Finally, when she said “Mrs. Sowerby” I realized she was reading the book! She’s only just finished Kindergarten, but she’s had a big breakthrough with reading in the past couple of weeks. 🙂
Thank you for the lovely shout-out! I’m loving your Harry Potter t-shirts. I wish I had some! And oh, The Cricket in Times Square – I haven’t thought of that book in eons.
You’re welcome – it was a great post! 🙂
Thanks – I love a good graphic tee. 😀 The Hogwarts one is from Walmart, and the minimal one is from Torrid (sister store to Hot Topic).
We just finished the Cricket in Times Square audiobook yesterday. It’s a very sweet, albeit old-fashioned, story and Tony Shaloub did a great job narrating.
Selah, your graphic t-shirt collection, I need it! Maybe we should strike-up a deal that every time you buy a new one, you buy one in my size to and I’ll send you some money 🙂
Haha! I can at least send you links when I buy / find new ones. 😀