Deb Nance at Readerbuzz is taking over The Sunday Salon and she has decided to make it a blog again rather than only a Facebook group. Yay! I am not doing FB these days so I love that I get to participate again.
My life in books over the past two weeks:
- Beautiful Bad by Annie Ward
- Darius the Great is Not Okay by Adib Khorram
- Within These Lines by Stephanie Morrill
- Daughter of Moloka'i by Alan Brennert
- A to Z Reading--I have read books with titles for 18 letters so far: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, L, M, N, O, P, Q, T, U, V, and W.
- Diversity Reading Challenge--I have read 13 books.
- Literary Escapes--I have read books set in 16 states so far, adding Hawai'i in the past two weeks. I have read in 26 countries so far adding Iran in the past two weeks.
- Motif Reading Challenge--The March motif is "Royalty, Kingdoms, Empires, Governments" (characters who are involved in government), but I haven't figured out which book to read for this yet.
- Non-fiction--I have read 10 books so far.
- YA Award Winners--I have read 6 of the winners
- My Own Books--This challenge runs from March 15 to May 15, 2019 and I will try to read 10 books off my TBR shelves. So far I have read 1 of them.
I spent the past 3 days in Palm Springs at the CUE Conference--a conference for technology in education. I love it! It's 3 days of geeked-out educators carrying around multiple devices, and talking about how to enhance education through the use of technology (and not just tech for tech's sake). I went with a great group from my district, which made it twice as fun. And, I was a fangirl when I met Matt Miller, a tech teacher guru.
We've been working on our Advanced Health Care Directives in our household Have you done yours? Deciding all those end-of-life decisions is a bit overwhelming, but so important.
Oh, chipmunk ran into my house this morning and I can't find it! Please tell me it immediately ran out one of the other open doors. I have visions of it lurking in my bedroom and pounding on me tonight while I sleep.