Week in Review: March 1

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This week on the blog you can check out:

I am no longer sick but my mom spent the entire week miserable. Also: I managed to dislocate my shoulder in my sleep on Tuesday night (I woke myself up when it popped back into place) which was about as much fun as it sounds.

I’ve been trying to take it really easy this week because I don’t think I can handle getting sick again so it’s been pretty quiet. I did have some pretty epic book mail though in the form of a signed copy of The Winner’s Crime by Marie Rutkoski.

Suffice to say that was a pretty big deal for my week.

I worked on Saturday which wasn’t too bad. I lead the week’s story and play program which had a ton of people and everyone seemed to enjoy the books I chose. My seventh grade humanities teacher also came into the library with her daughter and we recognized each other which was nice. A patron even wanted to tell a manager that I did a great job helping him.

I didn’t get a ton of reading done in February because of my Horrible Sickness of Death (which I am over finally but my mom now has!) but it wasn’t too bad a showing. You can see what I read in February in my February Reading Tracker.

How was your week?

2 thoughts on “Week in Review: March 1

  1. Ahhhh that book is so gorgeous! I think that’ll be the one book I allow myself to get this month; I decided to splurge on a few tops and a pair of shoes instead of a few other releases, but The Winner’s Crime can’t be skipped!

    So glad to hear The Horrible Sickness of Death is over <3 I hope that shoulder thing doesn't repeat; doesn't sound fun at all D:

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