Starting on a mountaintop in Poland at the end of 2019 and ending here in the Central Valley as coronavirus sweeps the globe: What a trip. What trips!
I finished the session with 2,801 pages behind me– yahoo! As we move towards our spring session together, I think I’ll have to take a break from reading for the first few weeks.
I took about 50 or so books off my shelves to donate around my area at little libraries– what will fill the gaps? I’ve picked up some Gwendolyn Brooks and learned of The Woman in White – a novel from the mid-1800’s – supposedly the first mystery, which complements my study of white.
I tried hard to read Player Piano by Kurt Vonnegut but simply couldn’t get past the first few chapters. This has happened to me a few times recently with Kurt. Not sure what’s up with that, but will be going back to try again of course.
I am enjoying the ‘after stack’ photo as a way to visualize my winter reading.
How’d you do?