What I’m reading:Vol 109.

What I'm reading

Hello, my beloveds! It’s been a minute, hasn’t it? I have actually missed you.

This is ending up being a really strange time in my life. The medical diagnosis procedure for my secret persistent disease remains in full speed and using up the majority of my time. I’m at medical professionals visits almost every day for weeks on end, every one leaving me so tired that I need to rest for hours later on. I’m doing all right, however all this doctering does not leave me with much energy for anything else … specifically not composing meaningful article.

I’m so delighted that the weather condition is lastly heating up where I live. It’s complete cherry bloom season in the DC location, my extremely preferred time of the year, so I have actually been making an effort to drag myself outside occasionally to delight in the warm breeze on my skin and look at the storms of bloom petals blizzarding through the air.

Hopefully I’ll get my feet back under me quickly (metaphorically speaking) and I’ll have the ability to begin publishing more frequently, however there’s no chance to forecast a timeline for that. It’s tough for me, as somebody who enjoys preparation and schedules and company, to simply resemble “well, I’ll see you when I see you!” however I’m attempting my darndest to lean into the mayhem, since there’s just no other alternative at the minute.

I hope that you’re all delighting in so remarkable spring weather condition of your own, my beloveds!


What I read:

All I do today reads books, however they’re mainly goes over, given that I’m typically checking out when I’m too tired/sick/etc to actually take in brand-new info.

I simply ended up reviewing the FairyTales series by Eloisa James and the CastlesEver After series and SpindleCove series by Tessa Dare (both excellent, however CastlesEver After is a superfavorite), and I will dive into a reread of AlyssaCole’s ReluctantRoyals and after that possibly Leigh Bardugo’s TheGrisha Trilogy, which I have not check out in a while. Maybe likewise Throne of Glass I never ever ended up those, and a good juicy dream series sounds fantastic today.

On audiobook, I have actually been reviewing HarryPotter(I’m on book 3) and A Wrinkle in Time


Necklace revealed a century after Red Cross Pearl Appeal: the story of the Red Cross pearls.

FinnishPhotographer Proves Fairy Forests Are Real In Finland

WritingFashion History at the Met, One Dress at a Time: How a behind-the-scenes museum group keeps 33,00 0 fashion ensembles alive and looking their finest.

TheQuest to Find– and Save– the World’s Most Famous Shipwreck

ThisCelebrity Tortoise Breakup Is Honestly Very Inspiring I do not understand why I like this short article a lot, however I do.

Daguerreotypes by a French Traveler Who Was Among the First to Photograph the Eastern Mediterranean

GemstonesRetrieved From Opal Field Turn Out To Be Dinosaur Fossils

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