Good Riddance To February!


It’s the last day of February, and I’m not sorry to see it end. It’s been a wretched month filled with bad weather, slippery roads, way too many snow days off school, and an illness that left me coughing and drained of energy for much of the month. It’s also been mostly sun-less, which doubles the dreariness.

But reading has again been the saving grace. No matter how cold it was, how hard the wind was blowing outside, how bad the hacking cough and exhaustion was, books were always there. Contemporary fiction by Anne Tyler, several kids’ books, John Grisham’s newest novel, a book about movies, the history of Faygo pop, and a couple oldies-but-goodies. When I couldn’t sleep at night, I listened to an audiobook on my iPod in the dark. These books carried me away from winter, and transported me to other places and times. In addition to that, I did some reading online about the future of optical drives, and the history of taxation in our country.

Books helped me get through the month of February. Now I am ready to turn the page, and step into the March…

Author: alwaysreading1

I'm just a person with an intense love for reading!

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