I may be biased in my opinion since I picked this month's book, but I really loved it! I don't remember how I came across it at the end of last year when I was looking for reading options for our club, but I'm so glad I did.
I would never have thought I would've been so interested to read a book about college boys learning to row as a crew team, but the people that the story follows, the historical setting and yes, even the details about what rowing entails and what it physically does to a person, all made it a fascinating read. I hope you all enjoyed it too if you were able to get to it!
Well, there's no doubt we're in the middle of the hottest part of the year, but it's still bizarre that I'm posting up the book reminder for August already. My, how the time flies! As I write this, I'm excited because Sarah Beth is actually in town and I will get to see her in just a couple of days! Woohoo!!
I hope the summer is going by smoothly for all of you! And we're slowly approaching a very important time of the year... can anyone guess? ;)
Well, I just finished a month-long yoga inversion challenge and figured it would be fun to post some of the more interesting poses I worked on. Most of these are not perfect, obviously, since I've never done them before and I need more flexibility to achieve a number of them. But I'm proud of all of my results because I worked hard!
I hope you're not tired of seeing my yoga pictures yet because I have a ton. Lol!