My Floozy doesn't look too much different, though I did get about half the body ribbing done on Tuesday evening while the Mister and I watched Bohemian Rhapsody. I'm hoping to be able to finish it tonight.
Because there's not much knitting to discuss, I thought I'd catch up on what I've been reading since I last posted about it.
- Shortly after the last reading update, I did indeed finish The Children Act. I gave it five stars -- it was really a phenomenal (and easy) read.
- My hold then came up for My Year of Rest and Relaxation, which I'd been waiting for for quite a while. I had high hopes for this book, as it has been on so many best of lists, but I was quite disappointed. I found it weird and unsettling and fairly implausible. I gave it two stars, mainly because the writing was well done and I thought it was an unusual idea, so I have to give the author credit for that at least.
- Up next was Us Against You, the sequel to Beartown, which I read earlier in the year. I really enjoy Backman's writing, and it was good to get back into the world he created in the first book and find out what happened to the characters. I didn't think it was quite as good as the first book and gave it four stars.
This weekend I'm looking forward to catching up on sleep, getting outside, and doing a lot of crafting and reading. We do have some dinner plans Friday night and Saturday night, but otherwise our time is ours to do what we like. I can't remember the last time that happened, so I'm going to take full advantage of it!