My Sunday-Monday Post

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And….we are already at the end of the weekend! It flew by for us, how about you? On Saturday we took a fun quick trip to Greenfield Village, which I will post about this week, and then today we moved all the stuff out of my mom’s house, because it sold! Woohoo! She is still living in my uncle’s condo for a bit until we find the right place for her, but the house is ready to be handed over. I just need to go back and pack up a few family heirlooms that I wanted to make sure were safe in their travels.

Moving on!

Read Last Week:

The writing in this book is phenomenal – however, it did prove to be too scary for me. If you are a huge fan of horror, gore doesn’t freak you out, and you can handle real life traumatic type events, then this book will probably be good for you. It just had one too many nopes for me, so I had to set it aside.

Reading This Week:

If you hang around here often, you may have seen my post about Wyatt studying different versions of Little Red Riding Hood last week. And wolves. In my research I came across these two stories, one a middle grade, the other not. I figured if Wyatt was reading them, I would too. Billy is actually going to buddy read Empire of Wild with me (once he finishes Small Favors and he is oh so close). I love when we buddy read, and I thought he might like this one for three reasons- wolves, it is set in Georgian Bay one of his favorite places on Earth, and because it is Halloween week and we need something at least sort of scary! I already started The Wolf Hour and I am really enjoying it so far.

Posted Last Week:

Homeschool: Wolves, Fairy Tales, and China

What Wyatt’s Reading: Halloween Edition


We took a break from Nancy Drew and Only Murders in the Building to give them a chance to build up, and have been watching Vera on Britbox. We also watched Kung Fu Panda on Friday with Wyatt. I love that movie! Wyatt’s been watching Let’s Go Luna quite a bit lately, as well as Winnie the Pooh. Halloween weekend I think we are going to watch the Disney Legend of Sleepy Hollow and the Tim Burton one. It’s our favorite spooky season story!

What’s going on in your world? What have you been reading, watching, listening to?


15 thoughts on “My Sunday-Monday Post

  1. Oh that’s awesome about your mom’s place selling! Hope she finds the perfect new place as well. Love that Wolfman poster in the background of your pic, by the way. Perfect for Halloween!

    I love Sleepy Hollow especially in October! 🙂

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  2. I think My Heart is a Chainsaw would be too scary for me as well. I don’t do well with gore at all. This weekend did go by fast! That’s great your mother’s house sold though getting the last pieces of moving done are never easy. Have a great week!

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  3. We often read lots of versions of fairy tales at our school, and Red Riding Hood was one of the favorites. It looks like you are enjoying this as much as your son!

    Only Murders in the Building just seemed to get better and better. It looks like there may be another season, too.

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