My Sunday-Monday Post

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It’s been slow around here, but that is alright. November is a month to slow down, to find a different rhythm as we move into late fall. My husband is still recovering from his bronchitis/cold (**cough mancold cough*) and we have been laying low. We had a great Halloween though, with our little wolf boy. We took him a few blocks only since he is also recovering from bronchitis and he had a blast! He was amazed every time someone gave him candy and would turn around wide-eyed and exclaim Mumma! Mumma! in his excitement.  Then the next night I had book club with my friends, which is always a good time. Chrissy hosted and made a delicious chili, which was perfect for the cold, rainy night we were having.

Read Last Week:

snowfall on lighthouse lane

Snowfall on Lighthouse Lane – This is the first time I have read this author, and I enjoyed her! I am already in Christmas mode, so this read worked out perfectly. Review soon!

Reading This Week:

I just like the look of that cover for Virgil Wander. All those stars, the Milky Way, the small town buildings on Main street. Also, Braiding Sweetgrass – I had started to read this a few months ago but had to return it to the library before I was finished. I couldn’t get it out of my head so I bought it! One of the first books I have bought for myself in two years!


Sabrina (even though it scares me!), Midnight, Texas, Reign, Star Trek reruns for some reason (lol)

Posted Last Week:

Goodbye October, Hello November

Some Short and Quick Book Review


How about all of you? What is going on in your world?


18 thoughts on “My Sunday-Monday Post

  1. What a lovely week it sounds like you’ve had… Now is the perfect time to being slowing down – before the holiday/festive madness! Your little boy looks super cute in his Halloween costume. I’ve been too scared to watch Sabrina – lol! Happy reading and a lovely week to you and your family.

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  2. Ah that is so darling your little wolf boy at Halloween – the joy and wonder through the eyes of a child. I liked the JoAnn Ross book although I was head over heels over it. Book night sounds awesome.

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  3. I love how he calls you Mumma. So sweet. My young niece and nephews had fun during Halloween. My youngest nephew who’ll be two in January walked to his first door for candy. Man, bronchitis? That is a major sickness. Damn. Sorry your men had to suffer through that.

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