When I got back from the conference, my parents were already here waiting for me, cleaning and organizing my house and building shelves like an elite trained strike force the government can only dream of employing. My garage went from this:
in the course of a few days. I can PARK in there now for the love of PETE! Who ever heard of such a thing? Maybe I’ll just install a strobe light and start a discothÃ¨que instead.
Last week my home was filled with friends and family. Now that they’ve all left, I return to my blogging nerdery like a wino to his bottle.
My new post is up over at Parenting and here’s the schedule for A Tree Grows in Brooklyn discussion. Feel free to post comments here or comment on your own blog and leave a link in my comments.
Chapters 1-10 Saturday, August 12th
Chapters 11-26 Saturday, August 19th
Chapters 27-37 Saturday, August 26th
Chapters 38-45 Saturday, September 2nd
Chapters 46-End Saturday, September 9th
That’s about 100 pages per week. You don’t have to stick to the schedule and you can definitely go WAY “off topic” in your discussion. If you’re discussing it, that makes it “on topic”. Happy reading. It really is a fabulous book.