Week In Review

March 4 – 10, 2013

I feel like spring is finally on the horizon! I got out for some nice walks this week on my lunch break, and my husband strolled around to Starbucks and the library with me yesterday and today and it was lovely!

I watched Justin Timberlake on SNL last night and my goodness, did he look good! I love what he’s doing with his hair lately, and I like his new songs. I’ve pre-ordered his album from iTunes already and I can’t wait to listen to it!

This past week, I reviewed four books: The Moon and More by Sarah Dessen; Frost by Marianna Baer; The Lying Game: Cross My Heart, Hope to Die by Sara Shepard; and Audrey, Wait! by Robin Benway.

I also finished reading Marie Lu’s Legend, so look for that review shortly.

I’m currently reading just one book (gasp!). I actually used to only read one book at a time, but lately, between my purchased books and my growing stack of library books, I’ve been reading multiple books at a time, and I don’t think I like that very much. I’m going back to my one book reading style.

Anyway, I’m currently reading Cinder by Marissa Meyer and liking it a lot so far. I feel like it took me way too long to pick this one up, since I’ve been hearing great things about it for so long!

Aside from reading, I’ve been catching up on my video games this weekend. I’m loving the graphics of Assassin’s Creed III on the Wii U, and I also caught up a bit on my Kid Icarus: Uprising game for the 3DS. That game is fun, but tough! I’m still not quite used to the controls!

I’m getting excited for Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, coming out for the 3DS this month (I’ve already pre-ordered). The game just looks so cute and fun!

Well, once again, the weekend has gone by way too fast and I’m mentally prepping for another work week! Hope everyone is enjoying the slightly-warmer and sunnier weather we’ve been having lately!

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