Saturday, February 22, 2014

Sunday Post 2

The Sunday Post
Sunday Post 2 Review of Feburary 17th  

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

Work has picked up dramatically and I am now behind in practically everything. I have classes to prep, homework assignments to design and exams to write (any wonder that I would rather hide under the table and read a book?)

However, due to the Presidents' Day holiday, this past week I managed to post three book reviews.

 I also participated in four memes ...

On the other hand, I only have one Environmental News Post from the past week  ...

We staged a raid on the bookstore today, so I now have copies of Cress by Marissa Meyer and Curtsies and Conspiracies by Gail Garriger.

Am I the only who keeps picturing salad greens each time I see/hear Cress ?

Cress, or garden cress, is a relatively fast-growing, edible herb,
 genetically related to watercress and mustard,
and sharing their peppery, tangy flavor and aroma. 

Watercress is a fast-growing, aquatic or semi-aquatic, plant native to Europe and Asia,
and one of the oldest known leaf vegetables consumed by humans.


  1. Haha...I don't think I've ever thought about salad greens because of the name Cress. I probably will from now on though! I loved that book by the way. I think each book in that series just gets better and better! My own work has really picked up--we've got a huge project going into production in April so it probably won't be slowing down until past the summer. Hope you have a great week!

    SP & STS
    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

  2. I know what you mean about work being too busy. We don't have a holiday coming up here in Britain before Easter … but I've got a week off in March and want to overhaul my blog.My Sunday post is here


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