Lately, I've been...

Hello dear friends,
I feel like I always promise to post here more often, but then a whole week flies away without me even noticing it. I have so many half-written articles and reviews in my concepts but not so much of an impeller to finish them. It's especially difficult during summer. I love the season, but I tend to be very melancholic at this time, and so most of the days I am kind of stuck in this weird day dreaming that makes me sad and sort of happy at the same time. I reminisce about the sweet old times when I was but a little girl playing in the garden of our prior house where we don't live anymore. And that makes me remember the people who used to be part of our lives but are no more. And then I realize how I am getting older, which impel me to think about my life and so on. It's like this strange circle of thoughts that comes every year and because of it it's quite difficult for me to read. Soon after opening a book I find myself in another world, without knowing how to get back. I don't know if it's the unbearebly hot weather or the soothing essence of levander which our garden is so full of, but the summer season always makes my life seem quite bizarre. Do you sometimes feel this way, too?
I was about to write a review on Anne of Avonlea today, but since my thoughts weren't gathered enough for that, I thought I would only update you guys a little bit about what I've been doing and reading lately. So I've finished Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbit recently, and it was really fantastic book that I am sorry I haven't read earlier. I am definitely planning on writing a book review on it soon, so stay tuned for that. I've been also watching the Gilmore Girls reunion, which I still don't know how I felt about it. I liked it, but at the same time I thought they should've just let it be, you know. But I guess I am glad they filmed it, anyway. Then I also watched a couple of my favourite movies inspired by Nicholas Sparks' novels, just to get to the right summer mode. And I've already picked up the first book from my Summer Reading List, which is Persuasion by Jane Austen. I added some new leather bound books (which you can see in the last picture) to my shelves and bought a new case for my phone that I am absolutely obsessed with. And that's about everything, I think.
Okay guys, I wish you all a beautiful start of the new week. And I'll be back soon with another post. Till then, have a lovely time and let me know what are you doing/reading currently...


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