Sunday Post. Last month was my first time (and weekly would take over my life, I think!). It's a great group of bloggers - you should check them out if you aren't already a part :)
This week has been a bit crazy. We were a homestay for a couple college kids with the Young Americans. They're a fantastic group that we've known about for about four years now. We started out with a camp just like the one they offered this week, back when our daughter was in fourth grade. Just three days, and one day of school skipped in favor of song/dance/practice, and we were hooked! They also regularly run summer camps, so she's gone for a week each summer since then. This summer will be the first that our son will technically be old enough for the experience (going into third grade). We've been homestays (having a couple kids stay with us through the camp, giving them somewhere to sleep and feeding them), and our son has LOVED the chance to hang out with these fun kids. They left this morning, so we're taking a lazy day and putting everyone back where they usually are.
Last Week on SweetlyBSquared
18 Tiny Deaths - Book review
Not a lot of blog action with working and having two extra kids ;)
This Week on SweetlyBSquared
Getting ready to review The Unwilling by Kelly Braffet (surprisingly, I'm really enjoying it! Several of the reviews posted already were not favorable)
Still planning an election FYI post (as an election inspector for 25+ years, I have a few points to make to Michigan voters especially, that have nothing to do with actual politics)
New Arrivals at SweetlyBSquared
Crave by Tracy Wolff - Received from NetGalley for review
Love, Life & Lucille by Judy Garman - Received a paperback copy for review
Daring to Live by Sheri Hunter - Received a hardcover copy for review
Far Away Bird by Douglas A. Burton - Received a paperback copy for review
That's about all she wrote! We've got a 'full' five-day week coming up, but then a four-day weekend - woo-hoo!! Hoping to pick up my reading pace a bit, as I've also got one waiting from the library (In the Afterlight by Alexandra Bracken, the third book in The Darkest Minds series) with only a week or so left.