Yes. I have kids and my kids are my whole world. But also, my kids are not my whole world. I cannot speak for fathers, or men, but I feel like women who have children are put into this box of where everything they do (or don't do) revolves around their children. And I know … Continue reading Yes, I Have Kids
What I’m reading this weekend: THE ROANOKE GIRLS by Amy Engel This is not a book about the lost colony of Roanoke that is in Virginia. Which is why I picked this book up. Apparently there is a Roanoke, Kansas which is where this story takes place. And everyone in Roanoke wants to be apart … Continue reading Friday Reads 10/4/2019
Apparently, the Observer said, “So addictive, it should come with a health warning” “A page-turner,” some other publication said. Some author said, “A tantalizing and suspenseful mystery. Absolutely brilliant! I didn’t want it to end”. There is a weird sticker like thing on the book that reads, “The new The Girl on the Train… THE … Continue reading The Girl Before You
Is it empathy, or is it sympathy? I often use the words interchangeably but I do understand that empathy is the ability to understand someone else’s feelings. While sympathy is to be apart of someone else’s feelings - particularly in sadness and/or sorrow. Either way, I feel like I am constantly expected to empathize or … Continue reading be emphatic not sympathetic
I still cannot believe I did it. That I'm doing it. This time around I think hope I am more chill this time around. I am older and have a lot more perspective. I am okay not having stacks on stacks on stacks of books. I love and prefer my ereader. I know that TBRs … Continue reading Back on Booktube!