This post took longer than usual to get up because life has suddenly become much busier. Some of that busyness is somewhat stressful (school work ramping up as the end of the semester approaches), some of it comes from purely good sources (being involved with a new group of church friends), and some is a mixed bag (coworkers being promoted means a heavier workload until their previous roles are filled). Thank you for being patient with me and sticking around through this!
Highlights from Books Completed This Month
You can see all of the reading I track on Goodreads here.
Blue Horses by Mary Oliver – Poetry
Best Friends for Never (Katie the Catsitter #2) by Colleen A.F. Venable – Middle Grade Graphic Novel, light Science Fiction
Average Rating: 5⭐s
Books Read (but Not Completed) This Month
- Uncomfortable: The Awkward and Essential Challenge of Christian Community by Brett McCracken – Nonfiction, Christian Life
- Why I Wake Early by Mary Oliver – Poetry
- Metaliteracy: Reinventing Information Literacy to Empower Learners by Thomas P. Mackey & Trudie Jacobson – Nonfiction, Literacy/Pedagogy
- How to Read a Book: The Classic Guide to Intelligent Reading by Mortimer J. Adler
- The Wrong Jesus by Greg Monette
The “Monthly Goals Follow-Up” would go here, but I did not post formal goals this month.
Highlights from March
Movies Watched: God’s Not Dead: We the People (2021) ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Music of the Month: Nothing really stands out this time. Spotify tells me I’ve listened to a lot of JJ Heller, which I can believe.
March felt much busier than this wrap-up seems to imply! That seems to be a trend, especially with school, and it will likely continue to impact my posting consistency. Thanks again for sticking around!
Until the next chapter,