Hey, guys! Ramblings of a Devoted Bookworm officially turns TWO today! I can't believe it's been two years since I started blogging in my freshman dorm room one grey and chilly day in February. From that point onward, this blog has taken a lot of twists and changes. I think I might try and revert back to a bit more of the "literary" side of things, which I've been neglecting recently, but for right now, I'm not going to change too much....I just don't have the time, haha.
But, I hope all of you are doing well, and that you are having a wonderful, wacky, and Wilde Wednesday :) For those of you who celebrated Marti Gras last night, I hope you had a great time! And for those of you who are celebrating Ash Wednesday today like I am, I hope you have a happy start to Lent.
Also, I wanted to update you all on the reading assignments for my classes (for those of you who are reading along with me). By this point, I was expected to have finished Moll Flanders, French Lieutenant's Woman, Age of Innocence, Farewell to Arms, and be almost finished with Tender is the Night, while reading Tom Jones and Midnight's Children right now. Just to put all your minds at ease, I've only finished Age of Innocence. But, if you're reading any of the others, you're pretty much on the right track (and I'd be happy to discuss Age of Innocence with anyone who wants to.
Okay, so I think that's enough for one blog post.....Hope you all have a wonderful day, and I'll be back and blogging with you again real soon. Ciao!