Somehow a week went by…

…without me posting here. Not sure how that happened. And I’m sad I missed posting a WWW Wednesday post yesterday! But there wasn’t really that much to say, anyways – Palimpsest is now a ‘currently reading’ instead of a ‘planning to read next,’ and I finished 100 Love Sonnets by Pablo Neruda (in translation). Everything else is the same as the week before.

I have been posting elsewhere on the internets though! Over at Quintessential Crafts, I have one where my giant teddy bear does an excellent job modeling the scarf I crocheted over the weekend. And one where I confess that I’ve been bested by a crochet heart.

But mostly it’s been a Life sort of week, the sort that keeps me busy but doesn’t make for particularly interesting posts. Weeks like this make me have so much respect and awe for book bloggers. Posting several reviews a week – some posting several reviews a day! I honestly don’t know how you do it. I mean, I feel like I read quite a lot, and place a high importance on books in my life, but I’ve been meaning to write up a couple reviews for a week or so now and still haven’t gotten to it. Seriously, book bloggers, you boggle me. In the best of ways possible. ❤


2 thoughts on “Somehow a week went by…

  1. Mikaela

    laughs. Well, I think there is a reason that a majority of the book blogs are group blogs, since that release the pressure on the individual reviewer. ( Which probably means I am insane that try to run my book blog alone..)

    Also, both WordPress and Blogger has a scheduling function which is a life saver, since it means you can draft reviews, and then them as they are needed :).


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