Happy Sunday, bibliophiles, and happy Mother’s Day for those celebrating! I don’t know where I’d be without my amazing mom—thank you for supporting me through thick and thin, always. 💗
This week’s been a bit exhausting; I had all three of my AP exams this week, two of which were on the same day. (@ the comparative gov multiple choice: WHAT) It was rough, but I feel alright about them in general. And this means that I’m all done with AP tests! Good riddance.
As a result, I haven’t had as productive of a week in most other departments. I got through most of my library books, but two of them ended up being duds. (Shoutout to The Final Revival of Opal & Nev for pulling me out of the momentary slump.) I picked up more at the library, and they all seem fairly promising.
Other than that, I’ve been drawing, watching Heartstopper all the way through (anybody else sobbing at the coming out scene 🙋♀️), watching The Power of the Dog (WHOA), going out to brunch for Mother’s Day, and trying (and failing) to get Ringo to stop biting my feet. Ringo’s a good boy, though.
WHAT I READ THIS WEEK:
The Final Revival of Opal & Nev – Dawnie Walton (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.5)
POSTS AND SUCH:
CURRENTLY READING/TO READ NEXT WEEK:
The Psychology of Time Travel – Kate Mascarenhas
Light from Uncommon Stars – Ryka Aoki
Song of the Crimson Flower – Julie C. Dao
Gallant – V.E. Schwab
Saving Montgomery Sole – Mariko Tamaki
That’s it for this week in blogging! Have a wonderful rest of your day, and take care of yourselves!