Tomorrow, our internet is supposed to be hooked up. I am really, really looking forward to the moment when I don't have to work off of my phone's hotspot. It is rather slow and unreliable.
As for reading, I read Willa Cather's 'The Song of the Lark'. I much prefer 'My Antonia'. I just didn't care for Thea, the main character. She had all these lovely people in her life who helped her and she never seemed to me to appreciate what she had. I downloaded some Chesterton onto my Kindle app, so one of his books will be up next. Also, for Lent, I am reading 'Bringing Home Lent with St. Therese of Lisieux' by Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle. We have not read it every day with all the illness going through the house, but it is a lovely reflection for Lent for the whole family.
As always, I am linking up with Ginny.