This week, I’m on Spring Break, so technically I shouldn’t be doing homework. And I’m not doing a lot, but I’m doing some. Working on an essay for grad school. Outlining the short story that is my final paper in my capstone English class. Reading.
Sounds horrible, doesn’t it?
Here’s what I’m supposed to be reading this week:
- simplify, by Bill Hybels (for my monthly reading goal): 10 pages a day
- Against All Things Ending, by Stephen R. Donaldson (monthly goal): 30 pages a day
- Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott (for school): 35 pages a day
- The Coquette, by Hannah W. Foster (for school): 20% on 5 days
- 2 chapters in Connected: living in the Light of the Trinity, by Sam Alberry (for school)
- 2 chapters and the introduction in Truth Decay: Defending Christianity Against the Challenges of Postmodernism, by Douglas R. Groothius (for school)
- The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever, by Jeff Strand (reading to review)
You see my problem? I love to read. I’m a quick reader. But….I’m where I’m supposed to be on #1 and #4. I intend to catch up on #3 and #2 today, and start #5. That leaves me #6 and #7 for…sometime.