My March Reads

Spring officially arrived earlier this week, and after an unusually cold February, there are hints of warmth in the air. The daffodils are blooming, we’re starting to see more sunshine, and my seeding flats are prepped and ready to go. I even spent time last weekend at a yoga solstice retreat . . . trying to break myself free of hibernation mode. It worked. Sort of. I’m still enjoying quiet stretches curled up with a good book and a cup of tea. Soon, though, the garden will demand more of my free time. Meanwhile, here’s what I’m reading this month.  

What a Dog Knows by Susan Wilson

How to be Sad; Everything I’ve Learned About Getting Happier by Being Sad by Helen Russell

Dear Writer, You’re Doing it Wrong by Becca Syme

Books read to date in 2023: 18

2 thoughts on “My March Reads

  1. I always feel conflicted this time of year. I love the spring flowers, more light, the new growth on trees. But I dread all that needs to be done in the yard!

    1. I share your feelings, Debra. I’d planned to get outside to do a few garden chores today, but it’s too cold and windy. So I’m inside with a book. And not disappointed! 😉

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