So, unfortunatly I don't have a book review for you today. I haven't written one for a while, though I could. I read Airborn and Matched and still haven't written up reviews for them. Maybe tomorrow, perhaps.
My brain power doesn't seem to focus on books currently, but on the little tyke, who will be here in about a month!
April 1st people! That's a month away! So excited.
I'm thinking about breastfeeding, and labor, and cuddling that small little being against my chest and nuzzling her soft hair. If, of course, she has hair.
If I'm not thinking about her, I'm thinking about taking care of my busy and sick (flu this week) husby. I hate making him eat pre-packaged food for too long. That stuff kills the taste buds and the soul. So, I cook and try to keep our sink from overflowing with dishes. I also like to wear clean clothes, a lot. Especially, when I am big and uncomfy my clothes can at least be comfy!
Then, I must think about my students. We have to get through the next few weeks together. Really, I must give them what I can, even if I feel like a walking zombie. I can't just make them watch movies for the next three weeks cause really I don't have enough movies and in addition-- I would feel like crap. Feeling like crap sucks so I will continue to do my job the best I can even if we are both grumpy about it.
It's like I always say....If you already know it is going to be a bad day you might as well be happy about it. (The husby thinks that this makes no sense. pah. It makes perfect sense! )
So, I shall not leave you comfortless, though. I have a cool link to share with you all. My dear friend Aneeka has started a web comic. I know she's my friend and so I am biased, but really I am so dang proud of her! She has worked really hard to learn how to draw and has done better than a lot of start-up web comic people in my opinion in the art department. The story is also pretty interesting, about a girl who lives in a virtual reality and really really wants to participate in a huge game competition, but can't seem to make the cut.
Go read about her adventure at Not a Villan.