Not that I read much in the Fall (especially now that I needlepoint) but I hope to read more than I think I am going to….here are the books that I hope to read this season! And if you have any recommendations, send them my way!
Summer (for me) officially begins tomorrow when I fly out to Oregon with the kids to spend the summer with my parents. Once out there, I have no friends, no life, no tutoring, and no real responsibilities (not necessarily very “summer-like” for most people….but it is my way of recharging). It is the PERFECT time for me to read. I have a long list of books I would like to read this summer, so here they are. If you have any book suggestions, please share.
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Summer is my main time to read a lot; longer days, less to do, and no TV. That said, I have been obsessed with Scandal (so horrible it’s good), surfing the internet (searching for a fall coat), and sports (Wimbledon and World Cup)… so here is my list of books to read this summer! Hope you get some inspiration from this list. Enjoy!
1. A Replacement Life (Boris Fishman)
(Side note: Boris Fishman’s father is a doorman in our building. The story behind the family and the book is truly inspiring, and I can’t wait to share more with you in a future post.)
If you are going to read ONE thing today, I highly suggest that you go with *THIS*. And not just to skim or breeze over, but to actually take the time to see the words, hear the sounds, click on the links, and see what resonates. I am sure that we will see the truth, value, honesty, wisdom, and beauty that my dear friend Emily has to share with us.