My Sunday-Monday Post

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Hi everybody! I hope you had a great week! I didn’t get a ton of reading done, as I was healing up from a wee accident, but I did get some good time with my son! I had a lot of time to make plans for the rest of the month, and I am super excited about some of our ideas! I also caught up on Game of Thrones, holy cow!! That last episode….wow!! I can’t wait until tonight!

Read Last Week:

This was a NetGalley read that I picked because..well..New Orleans! I will almost always pick up a book set there. And Caitlin Galway killed it when creating an atmosphere – she can set a mood and a feeling, that is for sure! Review soon.

Reading This Week:

I forgot I had The View from Alameda Island to read! I am happy I forgot honestly, I think it is the perfect week to read it. I am also still rereading Watership Down, my favorite. Love those plucky clever tough rabbits.

Posted Last Week:

Tin Can Tourists

Closing the Door on April


Springwatch on our Britbox, Game of Thrones, Criminal Minds, lots of Winnie the Pooh, Buzzfeed Unsolved

What about all of you? What’s been going on in your world?


17 thoughts on “My Sunday-Monday Post

  1. I have a long way to go with GOT. I haven’t had time to sit and watch. I started a present for the tween’s teacher but it’ll be for end of the year. She and I will probably make her brownies for teacher appreciation next week.


      1. Here they celebrate teacher appreciation the whole week. Flowers today (which we didn’t do), tomorrow is supposed to be a handmade card, Wednesday a healthy treat although ours will be brownies. Thursday is wear your teacher’s favorite color and Friday is high five or smile w/or at your teacher. They get fed every day also.


  2. That sure was a nasty accident and from the bruising and damage I can tell it was painful and now tiddly little thing. Big ouch. Would love to see that bike sometime so do share a photo of it. I thought it was going to be a bike accident!! The Robyn Carr book should be a light read, I enjoyed it.

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    1. It was pretty crazy!! I thought maybe Wyatt would be afraid of my bruising but instead I caught him trying to color his face with crayons. Lol. He is silly. 🙂

      I will! It needs a little shining up but once we pretty it up I will post a photo! 🙂

      I started it today, and it really is perfect for this week for me. I am sort of anxious and ready for the *big thing* to happen though!

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  3. OMG, I missed the earlier post about your accident – yikes!! Our rear door swings sideways, but I’m always nervous about walking into the rack when the bikes aren’t on it. I’ll bet those bruises will be with your for a while 😦

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    1. Yes!! Me too honestly. I think we really will try to remove it every time we take the bikes off; it’s a pain but I am a little nervous now! I am healing and it’s looking a lot better but I am ready to look like me again. Lol.


  4. Kathy Martin

    Sorry to hear about your accident. I hope the bruising is fading. I also like books set in New Orleans. I’ve only visited once but enjoyed myself immensely. Come see my week here. Happy reading!

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    1. They are definitely improving!

      I love New Orleans! I haven’t been since Hurricane Katrina (we were there a week before it hit!) but it is one of my favorite places to go. I think we have been about 4 times, twice in November which was a really nice time to go. 🙂


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