I've added a Good Reads Widget in the right side bar, in an effort to keep track of my books. Almost all are rated 5 stars, some 4 and a few less. Since I just started the account and widget, I can't remember many of the books, so my ratings aren't probably the best. I don't imagine everyone rates everything they read a 5? These are books just since I started using Libby to do audio books. Previously I used the other library app, that I no longer remember the name of and those books apparently did NOT transfer over when I loaded the Libby app, so no clue what I read/listen to then. Further down is the actual shelf where you can see some of the books listed. What I don't know is, are you able to click on it to see all the books, or is that only for me? Need someone to try it out, and let me know. Since I'm new to this, am trying to determine how it works. Thanks!
PAGES...I've added an additional page (see the titles listed before the post). The new page added is a means to keep track of my exercise. My steps, walks, yoga, planks, and bike rides. Sadly, due to the weather, I'm not getting the walks or bike rides, but trying hard to continue the planks and yoga. Check out the new page.
I've deleted some bloggers on my blog list who don't seem to reciprocate blog visits or comments and added some newly found blogs. The list is forever changing.
I've deleted a few widgets and moved others around in an effort to try and freshen the look of the blog.I started this book, but sent it back to the library through the Libby app, as I had too many books and this wasn't at the top of my list. But, I have it listed as a book I want to read on my new Good Reads Widget. It takes place in WWII (I know you're shocked, lol), in the Artic Wilderness when a US Cargo plane crashes into The Greenland Ice Cap. This is a true story of survival and I think it sounds good, so I hope to get it a 2nd time in order to listen to it.I had this book on my list for some time, so when it became available, I returned "Frozen in Time". I had previously listen to, "The Warsaw Orphan", that was based on Irena's story, so wanted to read the actual book about her. What a brave woman, she saved so many Jewish Children from being killed in the concentration camps. In 2009 there was a TV film, "The Courage's Heart of Irena Sendler, based on a biography, Die Mutter der Holocaust-Kinder. Irena's story is true. She was a Catholic Social Worker who saved approximately 2,500 children., as part of The Polish Underground. She was arrested, questioned, and tortured by The Gestapo.
**No additional pictures of Buckeye Scarf or the Blue and White corner to corner blanket, as I've not worked on them since the last pictures.