Friday, March 14, 2014

Follow Friday

Friday Follow is a blog hop that was started by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read.  Each week a different question is posted by our hosts and we will answer!  This is a great opportunity for bloggers to network and interact. 
This week’s question –

Spring is in the air! Show off your favorite outdoors reading spot. If you don’t go outside…well where else do you read that isn’t inside your house? We want pics!

I know we've done this one before...unfortunately, I don't have very many places to read because I'm so busy so I read on the train to and from work.  I think it works out to be about 40 minutes a day plus any time I can get before I go to bed.  I used to bring books on the train but if I can't get a seat, it is hard to juggle while trying to balance in the aisle and holding onto a handgrip. The picture below is where I'd LIKE to be reading this spring....
- Christina

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  1. Good point on the seats. The second one looks like a good spot to read in for sure.

    New GFC, Linky & BlogLovin follower wishing you a great weekend!
    My #FF

  2. If I had to ride the bus for 40 minutes everyday I would definitely spend that time reading as well.
    New follower via GFC and twitter :-D

  3. Hahaha I would like to be reading there too! =)
    Here's my FF

  4. I always read on the go. It passes the time and prevents me from falling asleep :p My FF

  5. I'd almost be afraid to read on a train. What if I missed my stop? Lol. Also, that umbrella looks heavenly.

    Old follower.

    Jessica @ Tales Between the Pages

  6. HAHA! I HAVE missed my stop! Hilarious!! I think I was reading the Throne of Glass series and I looked up and the doors were least I got to keep reading as I waited for the next train to arrive! :)