The other major thing that happened this week is that the school year ended. Not as big a deal as it normally would be, because I haven't taught since my little boy was born. But I still showed up on the last day of school to say good-bye to my students. And I got to celebrate at Applebee's with the staff. And now I have to tackle the monumental task of emptying my classroom to make way for the next teacher. Yikes.
What I Read Last Week
Messenger by Lois Lowry (This was a very quick audiobook - less than 4 hours. But I enjoyed seeing the first two books in the series start to overlap.)
Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen (It took me a month to finish this book on my phone. Apparently I don't use my phone to read very often.)
Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi (Telling this story as a graphic novel made it incredibly powerful.)