I enjoy studying maps but I don’t have favorites; so the ones that I feature in this post are those that left an impression on me, causing me to remember them when I began writing this post. They are listed in no particular order. Click on the maps for a larger image.
I don’t know why but this week has been exhausting though I haven’t done anything strenuous. I was so tired last night and the night before that I forgot about Top 5 Wednesday and skipped Top Ten Tuesday. But since the steam from Wednesday is still lingering around, I decided to go ahead and do this post.
If you’ve been following my blog for a while, then you’d know that I cleaned and reorganized my bookshelf a few months ago. It’s still in tip-top shape though a little crowded because of my Book Outlet obsession, which means that it’s pleasing to my eyes but doesn’t work well for this post. I’ve only been able to find 4 foreign objects on my shelves. They are:
I don’t have favorite chapter headings and most times I don’t pay much attention to them, but I have read books that contain chapter headings that I like simply because they’re hilarious. Here they are:
Yea, I’m doing a Wednesday meme on Thursday. June has been a busy month since my grandparents are in town and family members have been dropping by to visit so there’s hardly a quiet moment because my family LOUD. I haven’t even written up all the reviews I had planned for the Write Those Reviews Party. I only managed to complete one. 😦 But anyways, this meme.
I was in Jamaica visiting family when this book was first published and I begged my father to purchase it and carry it with him when he visits the island. He did and I was happy. I read and completed it on the same day my father arrived.