Monday, March 20, 2017

It's Monday and it's been a long week.

Hi again!

We did indeed have a snow day this week and snowmen were made, snowballs were thrown, and chicken and dumplings were eaten. Then it was back to real life for a few days. This weekend was a bit more eventful than I would have preferred, as I spent most of Saturday keeping my dad company in the hospital. After a lot of tests, his doctors gave him the all-clear and I am happy to report he is back home. I am feeling a bit tuckered, though.

I'm still reading though, whatever else may be going on in life! My tally for this week is How to Talk So Little Kids Will Listen and The Keeper of Lost Things.


I'm currently reading By Any Name, which is written by one of my favorite authors as a teen - Cynthia Voigt!

What are you reading this week?


  1. I've been eyeing The Keeper of Lost Things. Thanks for sharing, and enjoy your week. Here are

  2. Hey girl, thanks for dropping by today. You know, it's been some time since I've read Kearsley's works. But I have to say this recent one, A Desperate Fortune, is my favorite. So if you're going to give her a go, try that one :O). The Keeper of Lost Things sounds fun. I added that to my TBR. Have a good Monday.

  3. Enjoy your books. I'm joining up in the fun again and I'm hoping you'll stop by to my new domain.

    It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

  4. Glad your dad is back home and hopefully much, much better. Sending you good, restful, non-eventful vibes for this week.

  5. Wow, sounds like a rough week! Glad your Dad is OK.

    Trying to figure out why Cynthia Voight sounds familiar...ah, yes, just looked her up. I read Dicey's Song a few years ago and really liked it, but I wasn't aware of her books when I was a teen.

    Hope you have a much quieter week - and enjoy your books!


    Book By Book

  6. Cynthia Voight brings me back!! I loved Izzy Willy Nilly by her as a teen.

  7. Both of these sound like interesting books! I hope you enjoy them!

    Here’s my It's Monday! What Are You Reading? !

    Ronyell @ Rabbit Ears Book Blog