We're back from the annual family reunion. I love my extended family. Honest. I do. A lot. They're good people. But sometimes they drive me freakin' crazy! That's perfectly normal, right?
Anyway, it's over. Now maybe I'll find more time for reading. I've been pathetic so far this summer. Almost two weeks in on our unofficial start date, and I've only finished two books. Two. Isn't that sad? Of course, the not sad part is that I really loved them both. I read The Garden of Eve by K.L. Going on the way to the reunion. Loved it. Hopefully I'll get around to reviewing soon. But Kailana already wrote this great review, so I'm not going to stress myself out about getting it done.
Something I know I'm not going to get done is catching up on all your wonderful posts from this weekend. I so hate clicking that mark as read button...but man, it's amazing how fast that reader fills up, isn't it?!!
I'm so totally rambling here, aren't I? I apologize, but that's how the old brain is functioning this evening.
I should just throw on my pajamas and curl up in bed. I'm so excited...I'm going to start Terry Pratchett's Nation tonight!!!! :D Maybe I shouldn't, since I have so many other books going right now (Africa: A Biography of the Continent by John Reader and The Scientists by John Gribbin, both of which Annie and I read about half of for school last year and both of which I would like to just finish now because they're very good; The Starry Rift edited by Jonathan Strahan, because I have so many short story anthologies started and I want to finish some of them up this summer; The House with a Clock in Its Walls by John Bellairs, the book I'm currently reading to the boys; and Affluenza by John De Graaf, David Wann, and Thomas H. Naylor and Collapse by Jared Diamond, both of which I'm reading in preparation for the next school year), but to hell with "shouldn't"! I'm going to do it anyway, because I just really, really want to!
Someone needs to shut me up, don't they? Yeah, the rambling is only getting worse...