Inspired by my enjoyment of The Third Secret by Steve Berry, I decided to download The Templar Legacy by Steve Berry with my latest Audible credit. The first in his Cotton Malone series, Berry continues the interest in the mystery of The Knights Templar that Dan Brown awakened in The Da Vinci Code. Although I thoroughly enjoyed The Third Secret, this particular book had a hard time grabbing my attention. I feel like there were too many satellite stories occurring and the wa
As I'm in a new town, I needed to get a new library card. I decided to use this excuse for Lorelai's first trip to the library.
She, of course, had to come correct. And what better onesie to wear to your first library outing than this?! And off we went! The librarian (aka The Person With My Dream Job) was very friendly so I just had to share with her the awesomeness of Lorelai's onesie. I'd like to believe she was impressed. Here are some "in the stacks" action shots.
Well, we're officially in our new house and now it's time to get a-decoratin'! Wonder if I can convince Husband to let me do these things to our new house? And as a bonus, here's a pic of my super adorable godson sitting on my super awesome book chair in our new house! #fun #baby
... The Library Bandit wins again!
On December 1, 2012, I posted this... announcing that I was starting The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath. Chances are, I borrowed it from the library at least a few days prior to this post.
On March 6, 2013, I finally posted my review. Hey! I was 7 months pregnant and in that looking-at-the-clock-at-8:15-trying-to-decide-if-it's-acceptable-for-a-32-year-old-woman-to-go-to-bed-before-9pm phase. I would lay down in bed, literally g