This year will probably take the cake for weird in so many ways. I’m not sure which feels stranger at the moment, that Tax Day is Wednesday, or that it’s July and Tax Day is Wednesday, or that we lost such complete track of the damn thing that we have to file an extension. Time feels totally liminal, that it’s in a place between places, and it’s just not real.
On my other hand, the one instance where time is VERY real is the way that George is growing by leaps and bounds. Literally as he seems to be all legs at the moment. It feels like only yesterday that we brought him home, but he’s scheduled for his ‘snip and chip’ in just a couple of weeks. This is a case where time is actually visibly flying, as he seems to get bigger every day. Unfortunately, Freddie seems to get more roly-poly every day. As soon as George is chipped we’ll need to go back to using the food-training dishes. This will NOT be popular.
B Review: A Cruel Deception by Charles Todd
B Review: Claim of Eon by Anna Hackett
B+ Review: Real Men Knit by Kwana Jackson
B- Review: Eight Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson
B+ Review: The Disappearance of Alistair Ainsworth by Leonard Goldberg
Stacking the Shelves (400)
Coming This Week:
Silk Dragon Salsa by Rhys Ford (blog tour review)
Feline Good Giveaway Hop
The Woman Before Wallis by Bryn Turnbull (blog tour review)
Seas the Day Giveaway Hop
Queen of Storms by Raymond E. Feist (review)