A Bewitching Solstice Green Tea Recap: End of 2021

Photo by Mohan Reddy on Pexels.com This post is going to be a little longer than usual because I didn't really recap in December. On Green Tea Librarian: I reviewed Lumberjanes: The Moon Is Up. For Top Ten Tuesday, I posted my end of 2021 TBR and best books of 2021 that were not published…

A Month of Faves: A week in my life

A Month of Faves is hosted by Tanya and Kim at girlxoxo.com. Before I get into an instance a day I thought I'd mention some stuff affecting most, if not all, my days this week: Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker, yearly government weirdness, watching Vlogmas videos, working at the library, and so many debates about future…

Green Tea and Solstice Recap: March 9, 2020

Over the weekend I got some planners for next year (and stickers). I also got that super-glittery Archer and Olive journal they just released. (I resisted until I saw the video on social where they rotated it to catch the light.) So over the weekend I did a little decluttering and rearranging of my stationery…

A Good Book Sale Memory

I have spent way more time at libraries over the years. But bookstores are still very special to me. My family and I predominantly go to used bookstores. We like bringing things in and getting credit but we also like all the surprises. The book options change over time. Other people buy books and bring…

A Month of Faves: This is how we holiday

A Month of Faves is hosted by Girlxoxo and Traveling with T. I bought my mom some Christmas llama pillows yesterday. Mom is in charge of decorating predominantly. Some of it I've made or she's made. This year our tree's theme is Disney. We've got princesses and Minnie ears. Also Nightmare Before Christmas because it…