Everything is totally crazy here. All of our stores have no toilet paper, no cleaning supplies, no canned food or water. Everyone has lost there minds. I’m definitely ready to hide out at our apartment and read for as long as it takes for this all to blow over. My only real concern is keeping the kid entertained for as long as that takes. We’re mid move so most of our books are packed up and already moved to the new house, where we are not going to be for a few more weeks. Most of our crafts have been moved already too. As long as power and internet keep working we’ll be fine. If not, it’s a lost cause for the two of us. How are you all holding up in the chaos?
This week I finished reading
32. The Number Devil by Hans Magnus Enzenberger ✰3✰
33. The Sun Down Motel by Emily St. James ✰3✰ I am using this book for the pop sugar reading challenge to read a book published in 2020.
This week I continued reading
Treasures in the Snow by Patricia St. John (page 25/255)
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell (page 26/435)
Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson (page 11/325)
Grave Peril by Jim Butcher (page 28/436)
Bloody Rose by Nicholas Eames (page 249/510)
An Heir to Murder by Charles Heathcote (6% complete)
Les Miserables by Victor Hugo (page 152/1468)
Alias Madame Doubtfire by Anne Fine (page 53/199)
The Fountains of Silence by Ruta Sepetys (page 135/512)
This week I started reading
Saint X by Alexis Schaitkin (3/100%)
This week I acquired
47. They Left us Everything by Plum Johnson
48. So Close the Being the Sh*t Y’all Don’t Even Know by Retta
49. Always too Much and Never Enough by Jasmin Singer
50. All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
At this point I’m mostly hoping the world still exists next week and I don’t have to start reading apocalyptic books for survival tips instead of entertainment.