Easter isn't celebrated here so today was just your average Sunday. The sun was shining so we decided to get out of the house. We spotted a few early cherry blossoms during our walk and then we did a bit of shopping which included buying a new lens! H and I both have Olympus cameras (he has the E-410, I have the E-510) so we're going to share it. I wonder how well that's going to work. I'm looking forward to trying it out though.
But this is the Sunday Salon so I should be talking about books, not cameras. I actually haven't read much so far today, only a couple of chapters this morning in bed. I love being able to stay in bed and read a bit in the morning. I wish I could every day! This has been a pretty good week though, reading-wise. I finished Surfacing by Atwood which I didn't really care for but I'm glad to have it off the shelves and now in the pile of books I've read but don't plan to keep. I keep meaning to join BookMooch but just haven't gotten around to it yet. Then, since I was in desperate need of something fun and not too heavy, I picked up Birds of a Feather by Jacqueline Winspear, the second book in the Maisie Dobbs series. And it was just what I needed. So I whipped through that and am now reading The Ash Garden by Dennis Bock. Oh and I finally wrote up my review of The Road which I'd been putting off. So all in all not a bad week. I feel like I've been on a bit of a reading roll lately. I have so many books I'd like to read in the next little while, I hope it lasts.
For those of you who are celebrating Easter, I hope you're having a lovely weekend.