I'm so glad it's April!
March was not my favorite month. Several unexpected and stressful things occured, including a very frustrating (and expensive!) plumbing issue with our sewer line that took forever to get fixed. (Our front landscaping will never be the same.) So, I'm very glad to be heading into April, mostly because I get all of next week off from work for spring break. And boy do I need it! (I'd love a break from all the snow and cold temps we've been getting here in Utah for the entire month of March, but I'll settle for a week off from work.) I've got plans to sleep in, do some birdwatching, go out to lunch with my sisters, play some board games, visit my Dad's grave on his birthday, do a little springcleaning, and read LOTS of books!
Speaking of books, I recently finished reading this one:
Opposites attract in Storing Up Trouble by Jen Turano. It's a charming romance with comical mishaps, a spunky heroine, and an appealing hero who's very smart when it comes to math and science, but who's very obtuse when it comes to women. I enjoyed this one.
Here are the library books I just checked out of the library:
A Venom Dark and Sweet by Judy I. Lin (my next buddy read with Melody.)
Starflight by Melissa Landers
Vanishing Hour by Laura Griffin
Quiet Neighbors by Catriona McPherson
The Bookshop of Secrets by Mollie Rushmeyer
A Fire in the Night by Christopher Swann
Pride & Puppies by Lizzie Shane
Authentically Izzy by Pepper D. Basham
Nora Goes Off Script by Annabel Monaghan
Kit McBride Gets A Wife by Amy Barry
Whispers of You by Catherine Cowles
The Sweetheart Fix by Miranda Liasson
And I love this "Advice from Sasquatch" magnet:
(Which you can buy here along with many other fun advice magnets.)