1. I went to a club with my friend last week because it was 90s’ night. First of all, the start time for the event was 10 p.m. AT NIGHT. And yes, I said that like the old person that I am.
Her: Did you nap?
Me: Of course! I have to take a nap just to make it to bedtime.
Anyway, we had fun, but the music was not great. We found at when we got there that it was a mix of 90s/00s, and at the end of the night, we both thought of songs that should have been played.
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This weekend, I participated in my first ever readathon, Dewey’s reverse read-a-thon. As a wrap up, I’m going to answer the questions from the Hour 24 Closing Survey.
1. Which hour was most daunting for you?
I have a regularly scheduled appointment on Saturdays from 10-11:30 a.m., which is fine, but after that, instead of going straight home, I decided to run some errands which both ate into my reading time (though I did listen to an audiobook in the car) and also exhausted me, which led to me falling asleep for the last three hours of the read-a-thon when I intended to take a 10-minute nap.
2. Tell us ALLLLL the books you read!
Okay, as a reminder, I planned to read the following books:
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Since this is the first time in EVER that my schedule has even an iota of room for me to read when one of these is going on, I just signed up for the Dewey Summer Reverse Readathon. I have only my regularly scheduled 10 a.m. commitment tomorrow and then an event at 5:30 (8:30 Eastern time–I’m on the west coast), so it’s like the stars aligned just so I could participate. It’s a readathon miracle! (Also a calendar miracle, tbh. Whew.)
Books on deck:
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