My Sunday-Monday Post!

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Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers out there! Today we are just having a quiet day at home…lol. We are going to have a virtual chat breakfast with my mom soon – and my husband is going to make me chocolate chip pancakes, yum! I do have that pancake obsession you know. Then since it is cold and rainy I think we will take a drive, then bake a cake and play some games with the boyo. I wanted to stop by and visit with my mom outside for a few minutes but it is too cold and I don’t want her to be outside in the rain. Last week was busy with zoom meetings for Wyatt – it makes me laugh that he now has meetings. We have been doing some therapy with his therapists online – let me tell you, that is pretty tough! They direct me and I have to do it for physical therapy and occupational. But I am learning!

Read Last Week:

So I wasn’t going to read another Witches of Palmetto Point book but then I realized this was the last one that is published so far and I felt like a quitter so.. I did. Then I started Reading Up a Storm and I am able to focus on it so yay! I’ve progressed in my quarantine reading!

Reading This Week:

I am rereading my favorite book Watership Down, like I do every spring, and I will probably also read (or try) Ever Faithful.

Posted Last Week:

Homeschooling: Snail Week!

Quarantine Book Tag

Currently.. May

Rolling With It

Watched Last Week:

We are still working our way through When Calls the Heart, and we took the plunge and started Midsomer Murders. I wasn’t thrilled with our choices for movie night this week – we watched Doolittle which wasn’t bad, really, just silly (which I expected) but Billy and I couldn’t handle whatever voice RDJ was using in that. Then we watched The Lighthouse on Saturday, which I have to say I really really didn’t care for. It was not my kind of movie at all. I will say the cinematography and sound effects were awesome. But that is it. So those were bummers but hey you win some you lose some.

Stay safe everyone!


17 thoughts on “My Sunday-Monday Post!

  1. I saw the preview for Doolittle and said “Nope. Nope. Nope.” Poor Robert. After all that Marvel success and that is what he chooses as his next movie? Yikes! I’ll take the original one..and no..not Eddie Murphy. Rex Harrison.

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  2. Happy Mother’s Day! Hope you had a good one. My mom came over today and we social distanced, but it was nice since we hadn’t physically seen her in weeks. Crazy times…

    Enjoy your Watership Down re- read. I should read that one of these days, I’ve always been curious. We have bunnies living in our yard and I’d probably look at them differently lol after reading it!

    I’ve been hit or miss with the last few movies we’ve watched too. We watched Murder Mystery on Netflix (Jennifer Aniston/ Adam Sandler)- it was goofy and kinda dumb but okay I guess.

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    1. I’m sure it felt so good to see her in person!! We ended up going to my mom’s and doing the same, social distance visit. Hard not to hug her but I told her that’s how I much I love her, that I won’t put her in danger. 😦 Crazy times indeed.

      Oo you should definitely read it!! If you listen to audio at all I heard the audio is really good too. Haha and you just might…

      That’s how I felt about Doolittle – goofy and dumb but still ok I guess. Lol. The Lighthouse – I couldn’t even finish it. So far our favorite movies during this time have been Blow the Man Down, An Inspector Calls, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.


  3. I’m glad you are feeling like you are getting your reading mojo back. A lighthouse mystery with a cat on the cover? It sounds wonderful. I read the Yellowstone mystery a few weeks ago. I hope you enjoy it.

    It has to be hard trying to do therapies and education over the internet. I was trying to imagine what I would be doing if I hadn’t retired and I were still the school librarian. How tricky would that be? Being a librarian without books or students?

    I hope you have a good week.

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