• Slowly Lived

    March Musings and April Picks #TheYearInBooks

    This month I have found it quite difficult to fit in reading, especially as I had a rather large assignment due in half way through. I did manage to read Red Sky at Night, which I have to say I really enjoyed. It is jam packed full of countryside folklore and wisdom, much that I had heard of growing up and forgotten. It made me wonder if this book and others like it hadn’t been written, how much would eventually be lost and how much already is. I love the countryside, living in it was a dream when I was growing up and raising my children in its environment has…