My Sunday-Monday Post!

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Hey all! I hope those of you who celebrate Thanksgiving had a wonderful holiday. Now that Thanksgiving is over, I feel like I can go all out on Christmas everything! We decorated and put up our tree this weekend, as the snow fell outside. However, that meant I had to move a ton of plants and now my office and kitchen look like mini-jungles. Which I am not upset about. We had originally planned to drive to Dayton, OH and hike a trail there that has a troll event happening. It looks so awesome! However, the weather forecast was not great and I didn’t want to spend three hours for just one way in a car if we were getting a blizzard. So, another time, hopefully.

Read Last Week:

I love this fun series! It was good to revisit the characters and their lives. And that awesome lighthouse library!

Reading This Week:

I am kicking off the winter reading season with this middle grade Christmas murder mystery. A tween British cozy! And I love this cover!

Posted Last Week:

Not much! Just two posts then I took the rest of the week off for the holiday.

Nonfiction November – Stranger than Fiction

Book Review: Ancestor Approved: Intertribal Stories for Kids

Watching:

We finished up the Great British Baking Show – I loved this season!! And the winner was my favorite all the way through, and I love when that happens! All the contestants in the final were phenomenal though. We are also watching Wheel of Time, which is excellent but I have never read the books so I can’t compare. My husband seems to be pretty happy with it though, and he read them all. We also finished up Schitt’s Creek. I have watched it at least twice before, but this was Billy’s first time watching and he is now a convert.

And that is it from our little corner of the Mitten! Hope you are all doing well.

17 thoughts on “My Sunday-Monday Post!

  1. A troll event sounds amazing but I can understand not wanting to be 3 hours from home with a blizzard coming in. Mistletoe and Murder looks fantastic and I really need to start watching Schitt’s Creek. I love when a favorite wins on Great British Bakeoff. That makes it extra cozy. Have a great week.

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    1. The snow didn’t end up being too bad but I just didn’t want to chance it. 😦

      I am really enjoying Mistletoe and Murder! I have been in a reading slump, and I think I just needed some fun little middle grade reads.

      Now I can’t wait for the Christmas version of Bake Off! Lol.

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  2. I read my first cozy in a while – these look like fun reads. I still have my tree to go up – can’t wait! What a fun event – never heard of a troll event – but safety comes first. So much changeable weather now. Happy reading!

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  3. The Eva Gates book and series sounds good – lighthouse library – well can’t pass that! I’ve seen others mention it. I haven’t watched schitt’s creek, looked at it for 5 minutes but I guess not really long enough to get into it.

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  4. I feel like I need more British cozies. 🙂 And good luck with the trollish event. That sounds fun!

    Glad you had a nice Thanksgiving. We didn’t get our tree up but hopefully this weekend…

    Stay warm! it’s been snowing here!

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  5. We are planning to watch the finale of the Great British Baking Show tonight! I so hope my favorite baker wins.

    That middle grade Christmas murder mystery looks fabulous! I am planning to kick off my December with The Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe for the beginning of #Narniathon21. I’ve only read a couple of the books, and I’ve always been wanting an excuse to read them all.

    Glad you didn’t get out in a blizzard, even for a very cool troll event!

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    1. That is so funny that you are going to read Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe because I am going to start it as a read aloud for Wyatt in December! I actually paused for a second wondering if I had mentioned it. Narniathon sounds interesting!

      I am loving that middle grade murder mystery. So good!!!

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