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Happy Monday. Hope you all had a nice Easter. My husband and I hosted my mother, brother, and his new girlfriend and two of her children after church. We had roast chicken and my mother's famous chocolate cake. It was a very nice day.
And now we're back at it.
Last week I finished Little House in the Big Woods, the first in the Little House series. I've been assured the subsequent books are more interesting, so I probably won't stop reading them, but I might not pick up the next one for awhile.
I also finished Bill Bryson's At Home last week. It was kind of a slog, but mostly because I didn't allow myself to get into it until well over the halfway point. I think I resented that it wasn't what I expected and fought it. What an odd phenomenon.
After finishing At Home, I picked up Bill O'Reilly's Killing Jesus, just in time for Easter.
And I'm continuing with Good Poems: American Places and my audio of Middlemarch, which I'm nearing the end of.
After Killing Jesus, I'll likely pick up the long-awaited Better Than Before. April's going to be a great month!
What are you reading this week?