Guys. We are going on a trip―a trip we have been planning for years. And it is finally happening next week! We're going to visit my parents in France, and we are taking the whole gang. Or rather, all three kids but not the dog. Who I am desperately sad about leaving and really hope he doesn't think we've up and given him to another family and proceed to forget all about us. It's just two weeks. But we've never left him that long before, and I am obviously emotional about it. Have I posted pics of Sodapop here before? I'm not sure that I ever have. Here he is on the day we got him:
And here he is now in his natural habitat, which is to say in my library on laundry day:
The actual point of this post is to get your reading recs for the trip! I'm completely torn over which physical books to take with me. Yes, I realize most of my reading will be done on my Kindle by necessity, but I always have to have some physical copies with me. For both safety and Instagram purposes. You understand. But this is also where you come in. I have a pretty good queue going in the way of digital ARCs. Here's a sample:
But what other eBooks do I need to acquire? And which physical copies would you take with you if you were going to be wandering the streets of Paris in a week's time? What's the best of the best that you've read recently? And if you've been before, are there any bookish/foodie spots we definitely need to hit? I am all ears.