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Slice of Life Tuesday: Enjoying the Last of Summer

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Slice of Life Small LogoI’m spending this week reading; I have too many books left to read before summer ends. I’m running out of time! BookStack072616

The last few days of summer — mixing back-to-school prep with naps (what will I do without my naps?), doctor/dentist appointments for everyone, and working on those jobs at home that need to be done.

I am hoping that you, too, are enjoying your last days of summer. Have some fun!

Author: Jennifer Sniadecki

I write about reading and literacy education. My passion is sharing titles I use for reading and writing workshop teaching. My goal is collaborating, researching, and sharing with other life-long literacy learners. Welcome to my blog!

7 thoughts on “Slice of Life Tuesday: Enjoying the Last of Summer

  1. I hope you’re having some really good times in between all the ‘have-tos’, before it all ends, Jennifer. Keep those naps as long as you can.

  2. There will always be something to have to do, once summer is gone, it’s gone. I’m with Linda, keep napping.

  3. Reading sounds like a great way to end the summer! How sad is it that the end of July brings about the end of summer these days.

  4. Here’s to squeezing in naps and books!

  5. Had to click on your book stack so I could see the titles up close. We had The Slowest Book Ever in our book club bin last spring. And I was to read Towers Falling. Keep reading, napping and facing the back to school time in small increments for as long as you can.

  6. i totally know what you mean… i feel like i am running of time too.. especially with reading!

  7. Jennifer, it is hard to believe that you are in the last days of summer. We still have another month here but time flies. Enjoy your TBR books and the peace of summer naps.

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