|The pear tree is blooming.|
|Creepy bunny krispie treats.|
1. I believe the scientific term for this is “clusterfuck.” April was one of the worst months I’ve had in years. My mom and my dog both had big surgeries, and I discovered that I am a terrible caretaker. This is why I should never have children. Seriously, you should see my house right now. Imagine that a gang of enthusiastic lemurs trashed the world’s most useless hospital. That’s how the house looks. All the furniture is pushed up against the walls, and there are strange medical devices lying around, and the floor is covered in bloody tarps because the dog’s surgery cut won’t stop leaking. I can’t remember the last time I slept for more than 4 hours. AND WHERE DO ALL THESE DIRTY DISHES KEEP COMING FROM? Nobody goes to the store, so we don’t have food, but we always seem to have dirty dishes? What is this black magic?! How do I make it stop?
Everybody is still alive. I guess that means I’m winning? I don’t know. I’m so tired that I keep going cross-eyed. It doesn't feel like winning.
2. Dewey’s happened in April. Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon is my favorite bookish event. Since I wasn’t allowed to sleep, I figured it’d be fun to read all night while Twitter cheered me on. Here are my Dewey's Twitter shenanigans:
Cait @ Paper Fury sometimes posts the amusing Google searches that led people to her blog. Today, I’m stealing her idea. Here is an unfortunate soul who ended up on Read All The Things! instead of finding what they were Googling for.
“Meatball. On. Natflix.” A meatball natflix sounds like a sandwich. I’d eat that.
Books I Read In April
Well, this is embarrassing. I only finished two books in April. What did I even do last month?
Thunderhead – Neal Shusterman
I kind of made progress on my challenges. Click here to see how I’m doing.
Best Book Of April
Most-Viewed April Reviews
Most-Viewed April Non-Reviews
All The Things!
Distance I’ve sloppily jogged so far in 2018 = 94 miles (151k)
Number of unread books on my TBR shelf = 55 books
I’m currently reading = A Head Full Of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay
What did you do in April?