LOOKING FORWARD TO JULY
This week I spent a lot of time jumping with my toddler on the blow up mattress in the living room because it was so hot and that's where the AC is. My child's early head start teachers will be bringing their school year to a close since my son will be turning three in August. I will miss them a lot. It was so much fun to go to splash pads and indoor playgrounds with them. They gave me so many ideas on motor skill activities and cognitive development.
I started reading the Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda and this is why I'm loving it: It has to do with a main character who is a Journalist and is forced to move out of the city with a friend, and the two of them take teaching jobs in the country and there's a murder that riles up the small town where they live.
I love any books that have to do with Journalism since I did some reporting in College for the Newspaper.
If you know of any thriller/journalism books, comment below.
I also wanted to mention that I was going to see Fireworks near the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis, but it sort of fell through. And this is real crazy....I actually know a woman who choreographs fireworks for private parties, or for small towns. It's a very lucrative business which can pay an upwards of $30,000 but you have to take into account the cost of fireworks. She personally travels to China to get them herself.