March Wrap Up 2022

A History of My Brief Body by Billy-Ray Belcourt

Top Ten Wednesday/ 3 Words Titles

Ask Google Poetry Edition!

You Truly Assumed by Laila Sabreen (Book Review)

Top Ten Tuesday/ Adjective In The Title

The Passing Playbook by Isaac Fitzsimons (Book Review)

Ask Google Poetry Edition!

Employment And Disability: The Start

Off The Topic Thursdays/ Cause For A War 

Open photo

At this point in the year, I wish I could tell you that I moved, and I’m settled since the process was supposed to start in January. As to where I stand, we have everything packed and ready to go, but I haven’t really seen the place in person since the lift isn’t in person since the lift isn’t ready, so I accepted the place based on what my family thought and saw.

I think moving into a new environment is challenging for anyone, let alone someone with a disability. The most triggering and something that gets on my nerves is inaccessible. A simple example is the light switches are too high for me to reach. All I can do right now is hold my fingers crossed that the Housing will call me and everything will go as smooth as possible.

As you might have guessed, it has been a stressful month for me, so sadly, I couldn’t focus on books even if I listened to them. So, I read about half of the number of books I had in my mind. On a positive note, I have reached 2,000 followers, so be on the lookout for the giveaway post. One last thing by the time this is up, I will be participating in the Aminal Crossing Readathon.

Alex

20 thoughts on “March Wrap Up 2022

  1. I haven’t read any of these books:) . I hope everything will work itself out with your new place. Anything to do with housing and moving can be so stressful. Fingers crossed for a better April!

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  2. I hope things work out well, with your move. Sometimes moving can start a whole new creative streak. So look forward to all the possibilities that await you, in your new place. 🙂

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