My Sunday-Monday Post

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Hi all! I hope you are having a great weekend! Ours has been very full but fun. We had a birthday party, trick or treating at the zoo, and this morning we are heading out to the orchard for apples and pumpkins and doughnuts! And hard cider because the orchard we go to makes their own and it is fantastic.

Read Last Week:

I devoured this book! I could not stop reading it – it was wild and weird and I needed to know the end so I just kept reading, waaaaayyy past my bedtime. It was a bit of a crazy read but I really enjoyed it.

Reading This Week:

So, I have three books left on my October TBR, and not enough time to read them all. Gone are my days of reading 2-3 books a week lol. I am not sure which book I will end up reading – two are shorter so maybe just maybe if I try hard I can read two books. We will see!

Small Town, Big Magic || Goblin || The Raven Spell

Posted Last Week:

Family Day Out at The Henry Ford Museum

What Wyatt’s Reading: Halloween Edition

Wednesday Morning Coffee Catch Up

Field Trip to the Detroit Institute of Arts

Homeschool Journey: Diego Rivera, Texas, and a Field Trip

Watching/Listening:

We are still watching Ghosts, which makes us laugh. We also started watching The Woman in White and it is so good!!!

Tonight we are watching a double feature for Spooky Season Cinema – The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, the cartoon and the movie. These are my favorite spooky season movies so I am excited.

I also started listening to Taylor Swift’s new album Midnights. I love her Evermore and Folklore albums but I am not sold on this one yet.

And that is it for me today! I hope you all are doing well.

32 thoughts on “My Sunday-Monday Post

  1. I’ve been busily trying to read my Cybils books, and that has slowed down my grownup reading. I have just started a really good one, the new Barbara Kingsolver book, so I hope that I get time to read the whole thing before I have to return it.

    These Fleeting Shadows looks perfect for this time of the year.

    It sounds like you have been very busy, too!

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  2. I did that last week, read some novellas that I needed for my reading challenges because they are shorter, so I would feel like I had gotten some good reading in, LOL! But, it worked and helped me get more in for my challenges, so I now feel like I just might complete them all! I hope you have a great week and are able to sneak in at least 2 books!

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  3. Sounds like your house is the place to be! Lots of cool evenst there and I would love to go apple picking at the orchard. There was a place where I grew up in Pennsylvania where we’d have hay rides, hot cider and trick or treat.

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