Then a nice light read to break it up! Nice to Come Home To by Rebecca Flowers. Its a chic book, about a girl who finds herself single and alone when she is 36 and should be pregnant and happily married. The story involves her sister and a soon to be divorced guy John. Nice light easy read!
Then back to the war. The Long Walk Home: The True story of a trek to Freedom. Non-fiction, by Slavomir Rawicz. The year is 1941 and he is imprisoned in a labor camp about 1000 miles from the arctic circle in Siberia. He and 6 other prisoners escape and head south through Siberia, through China, the Gobi Desert, Tibet and over the Himalayas into British India. The journey is over 4000 miles, and takes over 12 months. How they survive is amazing and unbelievable! I really enjoyed this book and would definately recommend it.
And I just put this book on the hold list at the library and I can't wait till I get it!!!
I love the Elm Creek Quilters and so wish that they were real and I could be part of them!
Hopefully more as the week progresses on some quilts! I mowed the front law today and now I am going to do some sewing, then I think I will either head to T's first umpiring game of the year or I will ride or both...we shall see!!! Oh and stop by Plain and Fancy. She is a newer blogger and recently did a giveaway with only 3 participants! Say Hi!
Hope everyone has a good weekend! And hopefully we don't get more rain!