I am still so happy about my Coast to Coast Vacation! Here are all the posts relating to it:
Part 1: West Coast
Part 2: East Coast
Part 3: Rochester
My Bookish Coast to Coast Vacation, Part 1
–My Bookish Coast to Coast Vacation, Part 2
–My Bookish Coast to Coast Vacation, Part 3
–The Ultimate Library Adventure of Marley and Pearl: Exploring NYPL
I’m up to 160 hours of volunteering including helping out Write Around Portland at Oregon Public House and for their Spring Reading and temporarily taking over leading the volunteer sessions for the Soul Box Project for which I’m up to 901 boxes- less than a hundred from reaching my goal of 1,000 boxes.
I’m up to 295 books read for 2019.
Reading Challenges Update:
-Agatha Christie titles- 19 out of 26 (A part of me wants to complete this by the end of June but I may stretch it out until September 15th, her birthday!)
-Nonfiction Picture Books- 53 out of 104 (I’m slightly ahead with this one.)
-Middle Grade & Early Chapter- 25 out of 104 (I’m way behind on this one!)
From my Must Read in 2019 list, I read
–5 Worlds #3: The Red Maze by Mark Siegel, Alexis Siegel, Xanthe Bouma, Matt Rockefeller, Boya Sun
–Mr. Lemoncello’s All-Star Breakout Game by Chris Grabenstein
–Mighty Jack and Zita the Spacegirl by Ben Hatke
–Guts by Raina Telgemeier
For my Jane Austen Reading Challenge, I read
–Persuasion by Jane Austen
My friend and I are doing a fun reading challenge to celebrate Pride. Read about Reading the Rainbow BINGO Reading Challenge and join in if you’re interested!
I’ll probably update the page throughout the month to share my progress.
I went to a Walt Whitman event to celebrate his bicentennial. It was nice although I wished they had mentioned his sexuality.
I’m still doing therapy which is good but I’m kind of impatient to see some results.
I’m very excited that it’s Pride month. I’m looking forward to celebrating.