On the scattered, sacred reading list at present:
-Drive by Daniel Pink
-Spark by John J. Ratey
-Replenishing the Earth by Wangaria Maathai
-Home Comforts by Cheryl Mendleson
-The Sacredness of Questioning Everything by David Dark
-Raising Happiness by Christine Carter
-The Weed that Strings the Hangman's Bag (Flavia de Luce mystery) by Alan Bradley
-The Carb Lovers Diet by Ellen Kunes
-Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer
-The Book of Lost things by John Connolly
-Savor by Thich Nhat Hanh
-The Family by Jeff Sharlet
-Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout
A couple of these haven't been cracked yet, but most have been started. I'm fairly far in a few and half way in a few. The kindle is a dangerous tool for a person with too many interests.
I'm starting to get into tea and sweet little cups and saucers. I recently learned that my Grandma Hall collected separate sets, and G'pa said he'd give them to me. Winifred's cups and saucers will certainly mean more to me than anything I might find out and about while visiting antique stores. I really miss her even though I'm at peace with her passing. It's been almost 4 years--hard to believe.