Better late than never, I suppose.
Yesterday I sat down The Summer Tree with annoyance on my counter. This was probably the fifth time I’ve done this since I started reading the book. But the reason for it probably isn’t what you’d expect. I’ve been attempting to read this book at a sluggish pace for the better part of two months now (it’s definitely slowing down my reading challenge) and keep running into moments where I have to just sit it down and just take a break from it; and I’ve been wondering why.
I feel like I’ve had this feeling before.
Saturday night, I finally had the chance to play something that I’ve been intrigued with for months now. A few months back, I spoke on my love for Choose Your Own Adventure books and why they were such a critical part of my creative development when I was growing up. Years later and I’m literally choosing my adventure with a few friends.
So it seems as if even the brick and mortar book stores are conspiring against allowing me to gain a copy of God’s Debris within a reasonable amount of time. Well, it wouldn’t be life without having to be adaptable to different situations, so I’ve decided to shift around my reading schedule for the month.
A Wednesday post?! *GASP, SHOCK, and AWE*
It’s been awhile since I came into Tuesday evening slapping myself on the forehead, remembering that the middle of the week was only a few hours away and that I needed to generate some type of content for The Nifty Notebook. Back during the earlier days of this blog, I would post three times a week and this was a regular occurrence unfortunately.