15 Day Book Blogger Challenge..Day 2 (Bedtime Reading Ritual)

I am finally back from my exciting vacation and at the time of writing this I am suffering from jet lag and I was told for every hour in time difference it takes that in days to get back to normal. So for me the time difference was 6 hours.

We are practically falling asleep on the couch in the evenings at 6pm and I have been waking up at 2am. Its been brutal and the days are long. Thankfully things are slowly getting back to normal and I think Michael has been really lucky and its going faster for him.

Anyways when I got back home and started checking my blog I kept seeing a bunch of bloggers I follow taking part in April’s ( Good Book Good Wine ) 15 Day Book Blogger Challenge . I was quickly intrigued so I had to head over to see what it is about.

Granted I am late in starting this but it was nice to see that April is keeping this going for awhile so yay. Its never to late to sign up and start all you have to do is head over to the 15 Day Book Blogger Challenge to find out how to get started.

Today’s topic is:

What’s your bedtime reading ritual?
For as long as I can remember I have always had a bed time reading ritual. Its a great way to relax after a long day and to unwind. I have actually taught Michael that if he goes to bed a little earlier he can read for a bit and he loves doing that.
When I first started reading in bed (back in the day) and the book was really good and I couldn’t put it down I would literally stay up and read it until I finished but as the years went on I realized that sleep was much more important and late nights didn’t happen.
I normally will go up to bed about an hour before bedtime to read and sometimes I will actually read an hour and other times I don’t make it that long because I am tired.
Do you have a bed time reading ritual?
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  1. I used to read in bed every night but can’t do it anymore. I do read for a little while before I go to bed, though.

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