I’m often asked about what books I recommend – what I spend my time reading. For the longest time I found myself too busy to read…but that’s changed and I’ve been going back to my reading roots…my bookworm tendencies cannot be denied. Some people crochet, some people draw, some people sew, some people blow things up in their back yard – I read.
I always have a book in progress – sometimes two, but usually not. I don’t like my time to be divided. Occasionally I will stop reading a book to pick another one up. Example: I request a book from the library and it comes in…I will put down one of my books and read it so that I don’t end up paying a late fee…which would NEVER happen to me. *Cough*
Over the past several days, I’ve found myself drawn to the old classics that line my bookshelves – books I was gifted – books I’ve never read: Jane Eyre, Daniel Boone, David Copperfield, etc. When I was in public high school, we had to read a lot of dumb junk instead of good ole classics…another perk of homeschool. So, my goal now is to read every one of those books instead of just making Annie read them later. Continue reading