Books We Read: Summer Audiobooks

Our favorite books from XXXX

Books We Read: June 2021

I’ve read every word Bardugo’s set into print and will continue to follow the Grisha as long as she’s writing them. So much care goes into each character’s formation, a full rotation of physicality and emotions, and yet the story arc doesn’t slow.

Books We Read: May 2021

As the sun crisps the grass in our front yard and we retreat, yet again, to the table, I’m still thinking about all those hours sprawled outside. If you haven’t tried it, hammock reading improves even the least inspiring book. Try the good ones first, please.

Loving Your Kids’ Loves

body’s asking me for help, you see, and that’s the key point. My kids have no problem demanding assistance as needed, so the lack of communication actually means that they’re wanting space to explore – that’s how I take it.

Facing the Same Direction

The overview? I worked too. Why did I come home to cook while he watched TV? He didn’t even wash the dishes afterwards. And who just lifts his feet up while his wife vacuums? And who leaves these giant, dirty socks everywhere? Is it even possible to wear this many socks? My rampage took ten minutes and devolved into name calling, but the relief I felt was immense.