A girl and her cat take on the world with nothing more than a cup of tea and a good book and enough dreams to fill the universe.


With several papers due tomorrow and Wednesday and moving out of my apartment, I am swamped. This will be a short post. I have started Story of a Girl by Zarr. According to my kindle, I am 9% done. If I stay up for a couple of hours, maybe I’ll finish it and I’ll write about it Wednesday. I apologize for not posting on Saturday, I was just too busy. I also somehow have to figure out a way to take pictures of vegetables at Safeway without getting in trouble for my botany lab. Not excited on explaining roots and shoots to our friendly neighborhood produce guy, but maybe it’ll be worth it.

I am halfway done with Scarlet and loving every minute of it. I can’t wait till spring break and a moment to catch my breath and do my book talks and work on my book trailer. This is turning into a glorified to do list, so I’ll stop. I have books to read anyway.

Till Wednesday.


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