June is here and we are back at the lake! The drive north was uneventful...it was too hot to wander around battlefields, so we drove eight-hour days, enjoyed a couple of relaxing dinners and evenings, and ended up back in NY on the third day.
We're unpacked and mostly organized. Now it's time to tackle all the outdoor work. Let's hope it stays dry long enough to get it done!
Finished last week//
As We Are Now by May Sarton
This short book is "about the powerlessness of the old and the rage it can bring." It's beautifully written, but achingly sad... proceed with caution.
by Joan Biskupic
A read/listen combination, I'm about halfway through this book. It's interesting and informative, but I find the growing divide along party lines in the judiciary troubling.
by Mary Laura Philpott, narrated by the authorI just started listening to this essay collection last night and will have more to say about it soon.
The week ahead//
If the weather cooperates, there are plenty of gardening chores to accomplish this week. I also have an appointment to get my teeth cleaned and am looking forward to our book club meeting. We'll discuss Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens.
How was your week? What are you reading?
The Sunday Salon is hosted by Deb at Readerbuzz.