Question: What occupies your time when your nose isn’t stuck in a book?Well, this week my nose was pretty much safe, thank you very much for your concern, as I couldn’t stick it in books as much as I wanted to.
Usually work is what keeps me away from reading. When I have something important that I have to finish, I think about what I’ll be reading afterwards and I speed-up the process to end with more free time for my reading.
If I am not working, spending time with my husband and friends is something I prefer as well. It’s fun to read, but it’s even more fun to enjoy the company of the people you love. Having moved to another city makes the company of our old friends a lot more precious and I enjoy all the weekends when they come to visit – it’s a good opportinity to show them around the city and also find new places to go.
From time to time even the blog keeps me away from my books. Its purpose should be the opposite, but on some nights I spend time working on the blog design that should be up soon (hopefully), writing an article, searching for pictures or replying to comments and I leave reading for another time.
But today is none of the above.
Today I struggle with a bit of cold I caught the other day, and even though it should make me want to curl up in bed with a cup of tea and a book, I am in no mood for reading.
The “curl up in bed” thingy sounds pretty nice though.
Still I usually find enough free time to read at night. I love to read a beautiful story to set my mind free, and then wait for the dreams to take me on another wonderful trip.