We’re moving. Again. Our landlord has decided to sell the house we’re living in, so we have to move. It’s been three years, and that makes this the longest we’ve lived in a dwelling since we moved in together back in 2001. We move a lot. But we weren’t quite ready to do so right this minute. But we are anyway. So we’re spending this weekend looking at houses to rent. Not that there aren’t things about this house we’d be happy to change, but moving is no longer a thrill.
We’ve moved so many times that our older cat, Mellie, recognizes the boxes. In her life we’ve moved ten times not including this one. Even though cats supposedly don’t have enough long-term memory to retain this kind of thing, ten times in 17 years is enough to make an impression even on a cat’s brain. Freddie will be over the moon for a couple of days. All those boxes to climb! His own personal cat tree forest everywhere in the house. Then strangers will come and he will hide under the bed until the bed is taken away.
I may not be looking forward to this, but I still have plenty of wonderful books to tide me over the most stressful days!
The winner of the $10 Gift Card or $10 Book in the Banned Books Week Giveaway Hop is Brandy S,
The winner of Defending Hearts by Rebecca Crowley is Megan
The winner of Sugar Pine Trail by RaeAnne Thayne is Brandi D.
B Review: Dear Fahrenheit 451 by Annie Spence
A- Review: Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2
A Review: Provenance by Ann Leckie
B Review: Second Chance Girl by Susan Mallery + Giveaway
A Review: A Snow Country Christmas by Linda Lael Miller
Stacking the Shelves (255)
Stuck in a Good Book Giveaway Hop
Coming Next Week:
Completely by Ruthie Knox (review)
The Ninja’s Illusion by Gigi Pandian (blog tour review)
The Sweet Life by Sharon Struth (blog tour review)
Hell Squad: Ash by Anna Hackett (review)
Virtue by Victoria Vane (review)