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Weekly Wrapup

Hello you all, I didn’t mean to be a day late with this blog post I was ironically working on other blog posts. I’ve got a few projects going, none of which I can talk about at the moment just know I’m working in concert with a few people and the blog is going to be cooler because of it.

Next week I go to my appoinment to see if I can walk, it was supposed to be this week, but my dad breaking his tibia got in the way. I’m beyond thrilled at the possiblity of being able to walk a little bit, after being on the couch for two months I’m just done. DONE. Today is the 2nd month anniversery of breaking my foot so I’m totally and truly done.

I finished 2 books this week Give and Take by Elly Swartz and The Comeback by E.L Shen. I’m still a little under my goal for this month so I’m going to try and read more this upcoming week.

Anyway this last week was kind of stressful, that’s why I haven’t done much and you haven’t seen much activity on the blog but I’ve got a lot in the works for this coming week so look forward to more content and fun!

Here some of my noteable posts from this week

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I enjoyed this book on childhood hoarding by Elly Swartz. You can find my review here

I also particularly enjoyed working on this post about Food in Books you can find it here.

I’m also still working on the Trope-ical Readation Challenge. I’ve finished one of the prompts so far, I know I’m not that far along but it’s giving me some momentum to read and that’s just what I needed, I’m looking forward to continuing to find reading challenges after March.

Hope you all have a good week! If you are interested in anything just shoot me a comment and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

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