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Holy life! Yesterday definitely did not go as planned. I had a deck + porch to be power washed. Kids to run back and forth to school + a fun crafty project to start. By noon Brody was covered head to toe in hives and we found ourselves at the ER that afternoon. No worries, thankfully we got there in time for a dose of steroids and he is SO much better! We’ll follow-up in a few days to dig deeper to find the cause of the hives, but until then we are spoiling him rotten. As we always do with our boys 🙂 Darn kids sure know how to give their parents a good set of worries!
Listen, this nerdy side of me is taking some getting used to. I get it.
“Where’s the abby talking about wine, get your mind outta the gutter kinda comments, and home projects??” Lately, you can find me with my time split between family, blogging, house stuff, reality t.v. and reading. I picked two books to read at the beginning of the year, secretly knowing they would take me months to actually get through – when actually, each book took only a few days.
I turned into such a bookworm. Hardly wanting to keep reading because I knew the end was just a page away. These two books rocked my work and I HIGHLY reccomend them for an amazing spring/summer read!
My last book, Still Alice was everything I had hoped for and more. It was gut wrenching, emotional, and I could not put it down. Having family who suffer from dimentia/alzehiemers it was a read that really gave me an entirely different look into this disease. To think all of those moments you spend with love ones who are suffering from this and you are saddened with how it affects YOU. Not giving it a second thought of what in the world may be going on with how THEY feel through the difficult walk with this disease.
Ugh. It choked me up.
Brought me comfort in ways I did not expect.
I think it is safe to say someone always knows someone struggling with this and this book really was touching in SO many ways.
You can snag them both on Amazon, we have Amazon Prime so my books of choice arrive at my door step just two days after clicking purchase! It is fantastic!
Oh how I love a paperback book. Any books you recommend for me this month?
Loving your recommendations!!