My Sunday-Monday Post!

My Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is hosted by Kathryn at Book Date

Sunday Salon is hosted by Deb at Readerbuzz

Last week was all about getting things back in order after being sick. And book club! This month we went out to a restaurant and it was different but fun! We had two people who couldn’t make it which was a bummer but we still had a good time. We also took an invigorating fall morning hike as a family on Saturday morning which was much needed. It was nice to get back outside and into nature! This week is a crazy one, with Halloween and all that. We also are joining up with the 30 Day Slow Down Childhood Challenge hosted by Wilder Child, and I am starting the Nonfiction November challenge as well. So, lots going on this week that we are looking forward too! Plus, the new moon is Sunday night, so we will be learning about the November full moon with the Kids Moon Club, also hosted by Wilder Child. I am excited about all the new happenings this week!

Read Last Week:

I finished Endless Night, which frankly, felt endless itself. I have just started reading Christie and have loved everything until this one. It was ok, but not great. But everyone has an off day, even the best. I am partway through Tunnel of Bones and I am liking this middle grade book. It has a great premise and I really enjoyed the first in the series as well.

Reading This Week:

The Wicked Deep is on the kindle and ready to go – I just love this cover, and I am looking forward to this read! I think it is perfect for the busy week of Halloween!

Posted Last Week:

A Sunday of Foraging and Gathering

A Few Mini Reviews

What Wyatt’s Reading – October

Bits and Pieces Friday


Interior Design Masters on Netflix, Riverdale, Great British Bake Off, and this weekend Sleepy Hollow – both the Disney cartoon (with Wyatt) and the Christina Ricci version. (without Wyatt)


We are getting ready to embark on our pie project that I mentioned last week! I think we are going to start with a classic apple pie first. I’m still making my little peg people gnomes, and I think we are going to make leaf bowls as a family tonight or tomorrow.

How about you all? What is going on in your neighborhood?


16 thoughts on “My Sunday-Monday Post!

  1. I have been eyeing Agatha Christie books for a while…and need to just dive in. I guess I should start with a different one from yours, though.

    I am glad you’re feeling better. I am fighting a cold and it may go on, past the Airborne stage and into Zicam. I must be well before my surgery!

    Enjoy your week.

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    1. Lol! Yeah, it was a little bit of a drag for me to get through. The first I ever read was And Then There Were None, and I loved it!!

      Oh no!!!! Rest, water, humidifier, warm water with honey, lemon chicken rice soup! Those are my go-tos. OH! And the Honey citrus mint tea from Starbucks aka the medicine ball. Fingers crossed you kick this cold for your surgery!


  2. You have a lot going on, and it all sounds like great fun. I love the idea of a slow down for kids. I will look into this a little more.

    The cover for Wicked Deep is beautiful. Hope the book is just as good.

    I’m eager to do Nonfiction November. In fact, I’m so eager that I went ahead and started reading.

    Enjoy your week!

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  3. Sounds like it was a better week for you – I’m glad! Love the idea of book club at a restaurant. That’s a nice change of pace. RIP didn’t happen for me this year and it’s been way too long since I last read Agatha Christie. I am looking forward to Nonfiction November though… the main thing is to post about each week’s prompt and leave a link to your post on the host’s blog. The host changes every week. Participation is usually high, so sometimes it takes the whole week to visit everyone’s post. You also read nonfiction all month and there’s usually a long somewhere to collect all the reviews, too. It’s always fun, but get ready for a TBR explosion!

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    1. It was a nice change of pace for sure. And honestly, with my little guy and my little house, it was easier too, as we didn’t need to worry about keeping him up. I started RIP this year but then kind of tapered off here at the end.

      Thanks for the info on Nonfiction November! I feel better prepared now – and excited to see everyone else’s books!


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