Sunday Post #69 – Spring Break

Posted March 20, 2016 by Lillian in Features / 7 Comments

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Happy Sunday everyone! This week was Spring Break for us and we relaxed and enjoyed the beautiful weather. It was in the 70s nearly every day until this weekend, now it’s in the 40s ? with snow coming tonight! Crazy weather ?

Last week we went home for a couple of days, visiting family. I took little man to the school that (hopefully) he will got to for kindergarten. I still can’t believe it’s time for that. It makes my heart sad! I wish he could stay little forever but it’s so fun seeing him grow up, his fun personality and his quest for learning. He loves to figure things out.

Reading wise it was a good week. I managed to get another 4 books in for the #TakeControlTBR challenge, brining my total up to 9 for the month. What did you read this week?

Currently Reading

I’m addicted to the Stephanie Plum series and it’s taken me this long to get my hands on a copy of the newest book. Started it last night, and while it is predictable I still love it!

Last Week on the Blog

Coming Up this Week

  • Spinning Starlight by R.C. Lewis – review
  • Top Ten Tuesday | “Ten Books I Really Love But Feel Like I Haven’t Talked About Enough/In A While ” via the Broke and the Bookish
  • Children’s Corner | The Tree in the Courtyard by Jeff Gottesfeld
  • Dead of Winter by Kresley Cole – review
  • Spearwood Volume 1 by A.S. Oren
  • Weekend Reads | The Fallen World by Laura Thalassa

This Week’s Book Fix

Solstice by Jane Redd (eARC via I Am a Reader)

Reflection: The Stranger in the Mirror by Rachel R. Smith (eARC via Netgalley)

The Tree in the Courtyard by Jeff Gottesfeld (hardback via Random House)

Yesterday’s Gone: Season One by Sean Platt and David Wright (Kindle Freebie)

Where Their Hearts Collide by Zoe York (Kindle Freebie)

Get Lucky: A YA Anthology (eBook Purchase)

Saven: Deception by Siobhan Davis (Kindle Freebie)

While You Were Mine by Ann Howard Creel (eARC via Kindle First)

Last Play by Taylor Hart (Kindle Freebie)

What are you reading this week?

This week we are heading back home for the holiday weekend. My husband is off and we are going to meet with the people he will be working with come July and start looking for a place to live. Wish us luck!

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7 responses to “Sunday Post #69 – Spring Break

  1. It’s Autumn here in Australia and we’re about to launch into a 2wk break (after Easter) of school holidays for kids.

    Great that you were able to get home and visit your son’s future school. Hopefully he’ll settle in well when the time comes.

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  2. So kindergarten huh??? what an important milestone 🙂

    My daughter is in first grade now so I still remember the kindergarten days 🙂

    I’m very curious about Solstice so looking forward to your review. I like the cover and title of Reflections 🙂 Hope that one is good too! I see you are reading the Others! I can’t wait to get to that series 🙂
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  3. The weather is weird here also and we are suppose to get snow also tonight. I just need to stop now 🙂

    Kindergarten is a big step for mom and little one. He is going to love it and you will need sometime to adjust. I still get all nervous when my kids start a new year. Next year I have a 3rd grader and a 6th grader. I can’t believe he will be in 6th grade. It really is fun to watch them grow and my daughter is becoming my shopping buddy, I love spending time with her out and about.

    I hope you have a great week, Lillian! Happy Reading! ox
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    • We’re cheating a bit too. We’ve enrolled him in a private school. Hoping he gets in. The class size is small which would be wonderful for our son. He gets so anxious with people he doesn’t know or when there are crowds. This school’s class size is 15 max so it would be perfect!

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