WEEKLY UPDATES: ANOTHER GREAT WEEK…

Good morning! Today’s post will link up to The Sunday Salon and The Sunday Post for weekly updates.

Mailbox Monday is hosted at the home site: Mailbox Monday.

And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.

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Another great week in which I read and reviewed three books.  I only wrote five blog posts, but I had fun watching movies and shows, finishing up the final episode of And Just Like That and beginning Season II of Sweet Magnolias on Netflix.  I also finished the fourth season of Ozark.

During the week, I grabbed Lyft and went to a dental appointment.  Not a fun trip, but it was an outing, of course.  I do enjoy the staff at the office and love catching up with them.  That’s what happens when a Pandemic keeps us so isolated!  We are grateful for every little thing.

I continued rearranging my rooms…and tell myself that I’m cleaning house, LOL.  It’s true, though.  Changing up the interiors can morph into housework.  I still enjoy having my own washer and dryer again, too, which means that I don’t mind doing laundry.

Now let’s take a closer look at my week.

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Tuesday Excerpts:  “The Maid”

Monthly Wrap-Up:  Welcome, February

WWW Reading…

Coffee Chat:  In and Out…

Bookish Friday:  “The Younger Wife”

Review:  Jackie: Her Transformation from First Lady to Jackie O., by Paul Brandus

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Review:  The Maid, by Nita Prose

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Review:  The Overnight Guest, by Heather Gudenkauf

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INCOMING BOOKS:

Author Review Book: Asylum, by Susy Smith

Lily Harford’s Last Request, by Joanna Buckley

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CURRENTLY READING: Enough Already, by Valerie Bertinelli

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That was my week!  Good books, good movies, and an outing to the dentist!  Below is my book cupboard, now in my bedroom.  In it are my unread print books.

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62 thoughts on “WEEKLY UPDATES: ANOTHER GREAT WEEK…

  1. Mia is mine

    I’m not sure if my comment went through, so I’m tryin again. 🙂 I love your home! Your book cupboard is lovely! Your post on The Maid made me even more eager to read it! 🙂

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  2. Trin Carl

    Rearranging rooms can work wonders for the psyche. I remember when the snow really got to my spirit and I cleaned and rearranged furniture and I tricked my mind into thinking I was somewhere fabulous.

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  3. Am also watching Sweet Magnolias season 2. I alternate between saying an appreciative aaawww at the tender scenes and hollering “spare me” when they seem too saccharine. I think it’s not the show, but the mood I’min.
    This week is starting off very “bookish.” LOL

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    1. Thanks, Kathryn, I definitely appreciate the things I once took for granted. There were a lot of years living in apartments without a washer and dryer, so I have always been grateful.

      The same is true about the human interaction. The past two years have really tested us.

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  4. Ah yes, you know we’ve been isolating too long when a trip to the dentist turns into an exciting outing!

    I think rearranging furniture counts as cleaning! I need to do both, so I’m impressed by your efforts!

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    1. Thanks, AJ, I am happy to finally have a little more space now…that studio apartment I was in for two years didn’t cut it. Although I did have that cabinet there, and filled it with towels in the bathroom.

      Enjoy your week.

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  5. Susan

    I have to go to the dentist too soon. It’s a bit of dread and wanting to get it done. I’m glad you liked the Maid novel. Have you watched the movie CODA yet? You might like it … if you get it. I think it’s on Apple + … Have a great week.

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  6. Literary Feline

    It sounds like you had a nice week. I hope the dentist visit went well. The people at my dentist’s office are always so friendly. I hope you have a great week and enjoy your reading!

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