Last night, I finished Sarah's Key by Tatiana de Rosnay. Wow. What a great book! It had been sitting on my Kindle for a while and I finally got a push to read it when my book club chose it as the next selection. Thank God they did, because I LOVED it! It's a very heavy subject being about the Holocaust and what happened in Paris in 1942. But the way she wrote it made it easy to read and digest. I didn't have to really figure anything out. The first part of the book goes back and forth between a little Jewish girl who was affected by the Holocaust and the present woman who's doing research on it for a magazine story. Then it starts showing how the two lives are linked. It's such a great and really sad story. I really enjoyed it and definitely recommend it to anyone!
Now I'm going to read Waiter Rant by Steve Dublanica. I've been wanting to read it and a friend of mine just let me borrow it, so I'm excited to get started. I've never been a server, but I have worked in a restaurant as a hostess, so I'm interested to see what it says about the industry. I hope everyone has a great weekend.
Let me just end by saying that we're hosting a Superbowl party on Sunday...and....GO STEELERS!