Whoo hoo! Finished with spring semester, 2014. That was a hard slog. Three classes, one of which was pathophysiology. Ugh.
So what are my educational plans for the summer? This:
Only recreational reading. That's right, I'm not taking classes at all this summer! Ohmygosh, I'm so very excited to not have to be on a deadline for the next four months.
Right now, I'm reading The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion on my Kindle. Not great, but good. On the stack are: Maine by J. Courtney Sullivan (bought at a Barnes & Noble 3 for 2 table), Heads in Beds by Jacob Tomsky (insiders view of hotel service), Going Clear by Lawrence Wright (about Scientology), Ready Player One by Ernest Cline (this has been on my to-read list since it came out), and Eighteen Acres by Nicolle Wallace (given to me by my mother, and sounds kind of like the television program Scandal).
The books in the second stack have been hanging out quite a while. There are a couple of feeding babies and toddlers, one one parenting, Cloud Atlas (which has been on the table for at least a year, and I refuse to watch the movie before reading the book, which means that I've been telling my DVR not to delete it for months now, too), Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (re-reading this one, so not in a hurry to finish), and The Winter Palace (ordered in a fit of Russian interest during the Winter Olymics, about Catherine the Great).
I'm also planning some knitting, of course, but no pictures of yarn yet. And I'm starting a sampler. The floss is wound.
And, of course, hanging out with these two.
Please note the dog (Charlie) photo bombing the picture. Snouts everywhere, I tell you.