Three weeks in, and I’m still hanging on!
I WILL complete an ENTIRE month of #fmsphotoaday prompts (via Fat Mum Slim)!
Now the question remains: challenge myself to another month? Or try a different set of lists? Maybe Clickin Moms #cmglimpse? Hmmm… Decisions, Decisions.
At work yesterday afternoon, a friend and I got to talking about books. Favorites came up in conversation, and I was inspired to photograph my favorite book for today’s blog post!
I don’t know what it is about this book that I love so much. It seems to be the kind of story that you either love, or you hate. I’ll be honest and say that the reason I was drawn to read the book in the first place, is because it was banned in so many schools in the United States. I needed to know what all the fuss was about.
I’ve read The Catcher in the Rye countless times. Every time, I’m reminded just how much I love it. There’s something about its painful awkwardness that keeps me coming back. I know that it turns some people off, but I guess it makes me feel better about myself and my own awkwardness.
I’ve been trying to think of new things to photograph with my macro lens. When we got home from the library this afternoon, I realized that a book would be perfect! Why hadn’t I thought of taking a photo of a book before!?
I read 69 books in 2013, and I’ve set a personal goal to read at least 55 in 2014. I usually read on my Kobo because of the convenience of it, but I still LOVE a good old fashioned BOOK book.
I’m in the middle of a book on my Kobo right now, but as soon as I finish it, this will be my first full read of 2014, and I can’t wait!
We had him pegged after he showed us his hockey skills the other morning, but now there’s really no doubt about it… Ruettiger is a Dey. This morning we found the little bookworm holed up with his reading glasses on, and a Rudy-sized copy of the Paper Bag Princess!
Go right ahead and PIN this idea for your Elf on the Shelf!