My Sunday-Monday Post

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I had a great weekend, and I hope you guys did as well! On Saturday, a few friends and I headed west to Holland, MI where we spent the day shopping, chatting, eating, and having a few drinks. It was an amazingly relaxing and wonderful day. Then Sunday my little family and I took advantage of the perfectly perfect day and went to the orchard where we picked out our pumpkin and ate doughnuts. The very best doughnuts come from the cider mills right? Yum!
wyatt pumpkin
Our little pumpkin king!
Read Last Week:
I thought Niffenegger’s book Ghostly had come in at the library for me, but it was this one! I am not quite finished but almost there.
Reading this Week:
I have seen City of Ghosts everywhere! I am really excited to read it. Spellbook of the Lost and Found sounds good too.
Not much, sadly. We are about to start watching some Halloween movies, including the classics of It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown and Disney’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
Posted Last Week:
Feel Good Friday – I think I am going to do this every week! I am going to post some things that happened through the week that made me smile. I would love it if you shared with me as well!
My book review of The Impossible Girl
So how about you all? How was your week?

14 thoughts on “My Sunday-Monday Post

  1. What a perfect weekend! They just don’t get much better than that… great photo, too. You’ve got some really good RIP reads. I failed my Gothic challenge (Mysteries of Udolpho) and am trying to decide if I can fit in something else before the end of the month. Hope you have a good week!

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