I’m ba-ack! Happy Easter everyone! I had a ball in Florence. It was absolutely amazing and I had fun spending the week with my three sisters, my mother and my aunt. Unfortunately, my camera would not charge, so I have to depend on family members for photos, which I do not have as of yet. Hopefully next Sunday!
As for reading on my trip, I read two books–most of which was the result of my transatlantic flight to and from Italy: The Girl Who Played with Fire, by Stieg Larssen and Murder of a Medici Princess, by Caroline Murphy. The latter was kind of painful for me. I found it too dry and boring. The former was wonderful–better than the first book even. And I read it just in time because look what I got in the mail–
I am so excited!! At the same time, I am going to wait awhile to read it since it is the last book in the series . . . I love these books so much and I wish there were more!
Since I got back from Florence Friday night, I have been in a reading funk. Not sure if it’s the result of reading for so long on the flight or if I am just too busy with other things to pick up a book. I had started reading Wolf Hall again and now have read over 200 pages but I wasn’t enjoying it as much as when I first started reading it, so I decided to put it down for the time being. I am now trying to focus on Nana, by Emile Zola, since my tour stop is in a few days, but so far I am not in the mood to read more than a page or two. Hopefully I get back in my groove soon.
Now I am off to check out and comment on some blogs, of which I have been very remiss about in the past week or two. Happy Sunday and Easter everyone!!