This month's theme for Where In The World Are You Reading? is Unusual Spots. In what unusual spots have you found yourself reading a book? I wish I could claim some really fascinating unusual spots, but I'm afraid my reading spots are quite vanilla in nature. I would estimate that 99% of my reading takes place on a comfy chair or sofa and in bed before sleeping. See? Very unoriginal.
|Reading in bed.|
Sitting in the car waiting for the kids to get out of school or dance class.
Sitting in a doctor's or orthodontist's office waiting room. Waiting. And waiting.
Sitting on the steps when the day is sunny and warm.
Swaying in a hammock when the day is sunny and warm.
Lounging on the beach. Although I have to admit this always makes me sleepy.
Standing in the kitchen stirring a pot of something with one hand, holding up a book in the other. Some parts are so good you just can't wait until AFTER dinner to read them!
In hotels while on vacation.
On planes, trains and in cars (as a passenger, of course!).
|Reading on the train.|
London to Glasgow.
In what unusual spots have YOU been found reading?
To see the unusual reading spots of other readers, visit this month's link-up at Trish's blog HERE.