Hello all, and welcome to my now week-old blog! It's been a busy week at work for me-- juggling my on-going research project (which is full of struggle and strife as always), working on another project (that has to be done and complete before the end of June), and starting a new coding project (any other coders out there? anyone else periodically want to light their computer on fire? no? just me? cool).
It's also been a busy week here at the blog! Between searching out new series to be a part of (any suggestions? I'm loving the Sunday Post meme, the Top Ten Tuesday Meme, and the Stacking the Shelves meme PS why are they called memes?), and exploring new blogs, I've been gathering more book recommendations than I'll ever feasibly be able to get to. Which is a lovely problem to have.
As you can see on the left, I'm in a weekly weaving class I picked up at a local art center and it's the coolest thing ever. It took two weeks (aka four hours of class time) to set up the loom, but now that we are in the actual weaving part of the weaving class I am having a blast.
It's Memorial Day Weekend here in the States but as a grad student I often compare my work to being a freelancer-- I don't have set hours but I have set tasks that need to be completed, so I'll probably join my coworkers at work on Monday. Still, this weekend has been a nice break (ignoring the whole storming part).
- 05.30 Top Ten Tuesday: Most Anticipated Books for the second half of 2017
- 06.01 A Review: The Lost Girls: Three Friends. Four Continents. One Unconventional Detour Around the World.
- 06.03 Stacking the Shelves