01. Final mask-free walk with my walking buddy, Sam.
It’s time for
#6degrees. Start at the same place as other wonderful readers, add six books, and see where you end up. Continue reading
01. Slow-motion videos of waves.
01. This whale that my daughter stitched for me (because “I thought you might like a whale”).
01. I’m currently at a 3 and 4 (note: I reckon 7 and 8 are around the wrong way – surely taking the time to put your drink in a pineapple comes before the glass?) Continue reading
I’m a Pollyanna by nature and sure, it’s already been such a long year and I might not be feeling so cheery in a month, but at the moment I’m feeling positive about the following:
Prior to reading
by Patrick Radden Keefe, my knowledge of the Say Nothing Troubles was limited, and was essentially informed by three things:
by Joan Lingard (I read this multiple times as a teen) Across the Barricades a brief visit to Belfast in 2001
by David McKittrick et al. – a book that I bought second hand after my Belfast visit. It lists the story of every life lost during the Troubles (3,630 people were killed between the late 1960s and the 1998 Good Friday Agreement ). Lost Lives Continue reading
It’s the final week of Nonfiction November, hosted by What’s Nonfiction?
So what’s the damage? I’ve added a few books to the TBR stack –