Reluctantly Home ~ by Imogen Clark, 2021, fiction (England), 8/10
"As she climbed the stairs to her room, it occurred to her that for the first time in almost as long as she could remember, she was the one offering help rather than having it offered to her, and it felt good" (p. 209).
- Color: A Natural History of the Palette ~ by Victoria Finlay, 2002, history
- Dear White Peacemakers: Dismantling Racism with Grit and Grace ~ by Osheta Moore, 2021, racism
- Where the Story Starts ~ by Imogen Clark, 2019, fiction (England)
I'm reading this one for the Big Book Summer Challenge. It has 468 pages.
Life outside of books
I've been to the grocery store twice this past week, once I walked over there with my cart and once I went with Sheila when she drove. Guess what . . . I forgot to get toilet paper both times. I still have a spare roll or two, but it made me think of people's pandemic buying last year, with their carts piled high. I wonder if the hoarders have even come close to using all that toilet paper they bought in 2020.
a place for us to link up and share what
we have been doing during the week.