My Sunday-Monday Post

This past week has been all about rest and recovery. My little kiddo came down with a terrible cough Monday, requiring breathing treatments, so we have been taking it easy this week. Of course, my husband and I are both sick now too, but at least it is the weekend and we can all be sickies together. The three of us have been holed up in our bedroom a lot, watching television, reading, coloring, singing, and napping. It was some nice family togetherness but I wish we had all been feeling better!

So, a pretty uneventful week around here, although I did manage to get a start on my Christmas shopping, buying some stuff online, and I also made quite a few lists of plans and ideas. Now, to just feel well enough to start on them!

I didn’t make it to the library unfortunately, to pick up my holds, so my reading material was a bit limited. Oh! And I bought the first book I have bought for myself in TWO YEARS! And of course the delivery is scheduled for sometime before the end of November. Lol. Oh well, it will be here eventually and I am excited!

Read Last Week:


I really enjoyed this book!! I loved the writing and the characters, and I thought the concept was unique as well. I plan to review some of my recent reads very shortly!

Reading This Week:

I am going to try to get to the library this week, but I am diving into my review book pile as well. I wanted to save this for after Halloween though, so this plan might change. We shall see!

 victory garden

The Victory Garden by Rhys Bowen – I love reading about the Land Girls in England during the war! I heard about them first when I watched these BBC productions on different farms during different eras which I thought was fascinating, but the WWII farm was one of my faves to watch and learn about.


Lots of YouTube, Sabrina (SO GOOD!), Reign, Curious George Halloween, It’s the Great Pumpkin, Daniel Tiger, Star Trek reruns, HGTV. Lol. It’s been quite a mix!

How about you all?




8 thoughts on “My Sunday-Monday Post

  1. The Spellbook of Lost and Found looks awesome, just from the cover, and seems appropriate for this time of year haha. and oh my gosh Sabrina! I watched the first one last night and woah! That’s a darker take lol.

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    1. That sounds like it was delicious! When I was a kid, I ate potpies like crazy. Lol. I was super picky and they were like one of five things I would eat. And soup yum! I just ate some chicken and wild rice soup for lunch – I’m a vegetarian most of the time but sometimes (like in times of family illness) that I eat chicken soup.

      Spellbook of the Lost and Found was pretty good! It was slow but had some interesting twists.

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