Sunday Salon: So many books, too little time

As last Saturday’s quote says, school is getting in the way of my education. Between assigned readings, field trips, essays, hours and hours of lectures, and my family I have very little time for myself, reading, or nanowrimo.

I’m like most people: a guerrilla learner. I learn whatever it is that interests me, for as long as it interests me before moving on to the next subject. In the last year my interests have included: graphic novels, comics, fairy tales, the perfect personal essay, journal writing, and more. Great for me, horrible for school. Or is it the other way around? Either way I’ve have had little time to do the things I’ve loved.

This past week has been a great week for books. Through the mail I’ve received:
Too Soon Old, Too Little Smart – Gordon Livingston
The Gift: Poems by Hafiz – Daniel Ladinsky
Good Poems for Hard Times
A Broom of One’s Own – Nancy Peacock
Life is a Verb – Patti Digh
Forty Stories – Anton Chekhov

I went to the thrift store Friday and walked away with eleven great books including Perfume by Patrick Suskind and Loving Frank by Nancy Horan. Since I have the next two days off from school I plan on reading and writing until my heart is full. Wish me luck.

About Vasilly

Mother, daughter, sister, college student, bookworm, lover of chocolate and coffee.
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One Response to Sunday Salon: So many books, too little time

  1. jlshall says:

    Wow, eleven books at one blow! Your thrift store sounds like my idea of heaven.

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