Weekend reads, or sugaring season is upon us!


It is lastly gotten heat (or “heat”) — above freezing through the day! In our home, this implies it is sugaring season! 

My spouse began the pan this week to start boiling sap into syrup. The youngsters love sugaring season for a wide range of causes: the sugar shack is all the time heat and steamy and smells good; there are mugs of heat sap to drink (at varied ranges of sweetness, relying on how a lot water has been boiled off); everybody stays up late ready for the pan to complete; and often, there is a crowd of holiday makers and buddies hanging out within the heat, steamy, sweet-smelling shack (much less so this yr with the pandemic). 

I am alternating between romance novels and different genres today; whereas I have never began one other romance but, I’ve simply begun Riku Onda’s The Aosawa Murders and I am loving it. I picked it up as it really works for a job for each of my studying challenges and I guiltily hope there is a ton of boiling this weekend so I can have a protracted stretch of alone time to complete it!

What are you studying this weekend?

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