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Your Next Favorite Book: Top 7 Reads of 2017

It has been ages since I've done a book review post and to be honest I think this is the post I've missed writing the most.  Reading is my favorite hobby and I love sharing the books I've read with any and every one who will listen.  Thus the reason I love the book club I'm part of with some of my the ladies who work in my school district and the reason I love taking part in the Show Us Your Books link up with Jana and Steph.


Dusting Off the Blog: 2017- A 9-Month Review

The last time I hit the publish button on a blog post was April 27, 2017.   That's nine months.  I'm honestly not even sure why I took a nine month hiatus.  All I know is that every time I sat down to write, nothing would come out.  Even now I've literally been sitting at my computer  for over an hour and this is as much as I've written.  But I know I want to power through and I know I want get back into the swing of things with my blog in 2018.  Because I have honestly really missed this little space of mine.  I especially miss interacting with other bloggers!  Not only have I not blogged myself but I've stopped regularly reading blogs as well.  So I'm hoping this is the first step to getting back at it!

Since this is my first post in a long while, I think it's best to give a quick life update.  So here's a quick look back on what I was up to from May-December of 2017.


Currently [April]

I've said it once, I'll say it again, if there are two posts you can guarantee I'll write every month it's my book review post and a currently post.  And that's exactly what I have lined up for you!


The Weekend: Happy Easter

To say it's been an interesting two weeks since my last life update post would be an understatement.  

To make a very long and boring story short, last Saturday I woke up with a full body rash.  When I saw full body I mean FULL BODY.  It completely covered my face, neck, chest, hands, legs, stomach, back.....you get it.  It was bad.  It kept me home for five days, including three work days.  The worst of the five was Sunday and by Thursday I was cleared up enough to go back to work.  I saw two different doctors and it was decided that I must have had some type of viral axantham, which basically means a virus that manifests itself as a rash as opposed to a fever and aches.  I guess I can be thankful that I didn't feel bad but it still wasn't the most pleasant of expierences.   I literally looked like a leper from the 1800s.  I would have scared little children for sure.  Thankfully it's pretty much gone from the majority of my body, save for the sides of my arms and my upper legs.  I was told that it just has to go away so now it's a waiting game to see when it's going to completely disappear.  

So now that that is documented, lets get onto to my Easter weekend!