For #9 on the Nerd in the Brain Summer Reading program challenge, I read Howards End by E.M. Forster. The challenge was to read a book published before 1950. Howards End was published in 1910. The world in Howards End is very different than modern times. There’s still the class distinction between rich and poorContinue reading “Summer Reading Challenge #3: Howards End”
She’s pretending to be her big sister.
Ready Set Go: Set a timer for 20 minutes and write about a favorite childhood memory. Please stop me if you’ve heard this story before. I spent every summer with my grandparents at their cottage on a small lake. Some of the best times that I remember were when their card club friends would visitContinue reading “Memories of Summers with the Card Club: #NaBloPoMo”
There’s something about being free-spirited and a little bit fun that I like. https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/muse/
If we were having coffee . . . I would ask how you’ve been. I was MIA for the last coffee share. I read and shared many posts but I didn’t write one of my own. I finally finished reading, “Snow.” It took forever. Not in real people time. Just in my time. It tookContinue reading “If we were having coffee: It Rained on My DIY Parade . . .”
The second challenge of Nerd in the Brain’s summer reading challenge is to read a book with a one word title. For this challenge, I chose “Snow” by Orhan Pamuk. It’s the winner of a Nobel Peace Prize in Literature. So that should tell you that it’s excellent. It took me longer than usual toContinue reading “Summer Reading Challenge #2: Snow”