Most of late December and early January was spent traveling.
We had an overland trip to Cambodia to finish up 2016, and then immediately started 2017 by adding a new countries to our list of nations visited with our trip to Bangkok, Thailand. I was there for the International Schools Services Job Fair, and got 8 interviews, but have not yet received a job offer. Several places I interviewed with are still considering candidates, so I may still hear from them, and I've had another interview over Skype since the fair.
We also managed some sightseeing in Bangkok, and there will be pictures and reviews from both trips coming soon.
Not many new reviews since the last recap, as we've been busy with travel and recovery-from-travel.
The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood: Atwood's dystopian classic.
The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling: I read this fairy tale collection from the Harry Potter universe to the Kiddo.
On Comic A Day
Fisso's World in Cambodia: Living in a Kingdom of Wonders by Sophie Lizeray: A collection of cartoons that I bought in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. (Also reviewed on Goodreads).
Also This Week
I'm supporting the Alzheimers Association's efforts to combat a disease that has affected my family among so many others.
I am also supporting the efforts to raise money in support of SCAdian Duane Nelson's medical treatment and expenses.
Over on Comic A Day, I posted two more quick entries today: A 2016 recap, and a quick look at a couple of Thai language graphic novels I picked up in Bangkok.
I've added a goal of reviewing 150 comics in 2017 to my other goals for the year.
No immediate travel plans on the horizon. We are hoping to get to the north of Vietnam in the Spring, but nothing definite has been planned. At the moment, we're planning to stay in Saigon during the Tet break, but we might possibly book a last-minute trip somewhere if finances work out.