Sunday Review (for) 7/14/2016

Once again I seem to have disappeared off the face of the earth for a week. In my defense, it was a pretty crazy one!

Here’s how it went down: I took a small trip with my parents where we drove through Indiana (a state I hateeeeeee) to Ohio where we stayed down by Canton for some Football thing (they dragged me along to). We took a day to drive up to Cleveland (which was a wonderful city!). Then we drove back to Canton, only to drive back up to Sandusky, Ohio, where Cedar Point (a super awesome theme park) is and spent a night there. Then, we drove back home through Indiana and around Chicago where I was finally reunited with my own bed and given one day of recovery.

After my day of recover, I drove back down to Chicago in order to hop a plane to Dayton, Ohio, (yes back to Ohio!) where I was picked up by best friend Lea, who then drove me back to Indiana, where I spent the weekend with her. We spent one day driving back to Ohio where we visited Cincinnati (a lovely place and also a place I got a Pikachu Macaroon!). Then back to Indiana, and then back to Dayton, so I could fly back to Chicago, so I could drive home.

This all happened in 12 days and I was pretty exhausted, to say the least.

So, sorry for being MIA, but I should be around like usual now, as I’m currently mostly unemployed and don’t have any big travel plans in the near near future.

How have you all been? I have missed you dearly ❤
I hope life is treating you well and you’ve been reading wonderful books! (Anything to rec me? Yes please?)


(Photo from Snapchat. Follow me @ smashleyyy92)

Here’s what happened bookishly for me this last week.


Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll
Mr. Popper’s Penguins by Richard and Florence Atwater

(Yes, yes, I already have copies of these books – 2 of Alice! – but I needed these, okay? They’re like so pretty.)


Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson – 5/5 Stars
Star Wars, Vol. 2: Shadow on the Smuggler’s Moon 
by Jason Aaron, Stuart Immomen, and Simone Bianchi – 5/5 Stars


Something New: Tales from a Makeshift Bride by Lucy Knisley
The Merciless by Danille Vega


I’ll hopefully be catching up on blogs soon! Stay fabulous everyone!

Up Tomorrow: Story Time (because I’ve been dying to talk about this something)

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Happy Reading


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