My Sunday-Monday Post

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Hi all! I hope you have had a great weekend! We have spent ours outside working on our front garden. We let Wyatt choose our color scheme, and honestly he didn’t do a bad job! We have lots of reds and purples and pinks happening out there. Wyatt and I also hung out with my dad on Friday, visiting Greenfield Village and walking around. It was a nice day, and we hope to go back soon. So many schools were there on end of the school year field trips that we couldn’t get on the train ride, so we are definitely going back for that.

We have got a lot on our agenda for this week, but lots of fun stuff! Stuff with flowers and bees and turtles – should be a lot of fun!

Read Last Week:

I finished The Familiars and I really loved it. Review soon hopefully! I also started Common Ground, and I am enjoying it as well.

Reading This Week:

My husband just started Caraval, so I am looking forward to entering this world again so we can talk about it!


Criminal Minds on Netflix, Monty Don’s Big Dreams Small Spaces, Game of Thrones, and American Gods. That last episode of GoT!!!! Wow. And American Gods is so good! I am a fan of Mad Sweeney. Anyone else watch this?

Posted Last Week:

In addition to my Sunday-Monday Post, I posted a book review of Bonavere Howl, which was really good.


13 thoughts on “My Sunday-Monday Post

  1. So many places are mobbed now with end of the year field trips. My kids loved those trips! Glad Wyatt did a good job picking the garden colors. We’re going to have a ton of work to do in ours when we get back to NY! Have a good week 🙂

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    1. Yes, I had totally forgotten about end of the year trips. They are such fun memories! Lol, I was surprised he did such a nice job! I wanted him to be involved in the garden planning. 🙂 Ours has been so neglected for a long time that it is nice to get back out there and work on it. I had missed it. 🙂


  2. I like how your husband is reading that series with you. I think my teen enjoyed the first book. I love how Wyatt has such a voice in your family. He smile is a lightbulb of joy.


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