This is the third and final day of the seasonal linky One Week. For three days this week, Older Mum in a Muddle is posting a photograph and a few words that describes her experience of summer ’13. Here is my contribution for today.
I somehow managed to read lots and lots over the summer. I think I achieved this by reading at every opportunity – when I was cooking the dinner, when I first woke up before getting out of bed, while everyone else was watching the television, while waiting for the little man at his swimming lessons. I am very happy when I have been able to read a lot. The photo is of the books that I read this summer: And The Mountains Echoed (Khaled Hosseini), Five Days (Douglas Kennedy), Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit (Jeanette Winterson), The Buddha in the Attic (Julie Otsuka) and not pictured, because I have lent it to a friend, Why Be Happy When You Can Be Normal? (Jeanette Winterson) and Gone Girl (Gillian Flynn) which belonged to someone else.
Getting on for a book a week, which is what I used to do in my commuting days. Very pleasing.