Fall Reading


My sunflower garden…

August, September and October have been busy months! My days have been filled with projects and activities, mostly outdoors and mostly in our garden. But we have also done some enjoyable traveling, including a lovely trip in late September to Salt Lake City to spend some time with my 96-year-old mother.

Reading has continued and been very enjoyable, but I just haven’t wanted to spend time writing reviews. Blogging has continued, but almost entirely on my garden blog, which is my online journal of our gardening life. My garden is where my heart is right now, so please do stop in and visit me at My Garden in the Grove.

Although many of the books I’ve been reading in the last few months are about gardens or gardening, I have read other things, too. Here’s a list:

6 thoughts on “Fall Reading

  1. Kay

    I’ve not yet read the 2nd Anne Hillerman book. I liked the first. And I’ve only read one Kate Morton book, Distant Hours or something like that. I’ve heard good things about The Forgotten Garden. Beautiful sunflowers, Robin! And how wonderful that you guys got to visit with your mother. I remember you telling about her and her reading several years ago. I hope she is well.


  2. Robin Post author

    Thanks, Kay, and thanks for asking about my mom. She is doing pretty well…continues to be a wonderful role model for me on how to age gracefully. She goes to exercise class 3 or 4 times a week (she says “you’ve got to keep moving.”), and she’s still my reading inspiration. I am so grateful for her.


  3. deslily

    sorry I haven’t been commenting lately..long time actually… bad depression times. It’s all I can do to post pictures on FB and make small posts of books. anyway.. you look like you had a great summer both reading and outdoors!! I hope the Fall/ Winter goes well for you too!!!!


  4. Robin Post author

    Thanks, Pat. It was a lovely summer and I’m having a hard time giving it up this year. The darker, shorter days are hard on me. I haven’t been commenting as much on blogs lately, either. I always love to visit your blog(s), though, and read your posts.



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