Good morning, all! Welcome to The Sunday Salon.
Today I’m feeling quite rested, since I slept until 6:30…unheard of these days. Outdoors, there’s a cool crispness to the air that reminds me once again that…IT’S FALL!
Okay, I didn’t intend to give a weather report here, but I’m jazzed about cooler weather. Not too cold, though. Just cool….
School days are here again, and my child-minding duties for my grandson Noah are down to occasional after school moments. Here’s a photo of Noah that I love…and I didn’t even snap this one. His mom did, and he’s obviously relishing his Starbucks feast.
Weekend Blogging Events:
Reading Week (Click the Title for the Review):
1) Keeper of the Keys, by Perri O’Shaughnessy
2) The Good Daughters, by Joyce Maynard
3) Fragile, by Lisa Unger
These books were all a little bit different from one another, which made the week feel full and satisfying.
How was your week? What exciting events are coming up next? I’m planning to watch movies at home and start reading a new book. I hope you’ll stop by and share some thoughts.
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That’s the fun thing about reading, so many different genres to select from. These books look interesting. Hope you enjoy your Sunday. BTW, cute grandson.
Thoughts in Progress
Thanks, Mason Canyon…so glad you dropped by. I was just at your blog and commented on your guest blogger.
Have a great day!
Yes, these books do sound very different (from your reviews) – you’ve really piqued my interest in The Good Daughters – I’m intrigued by the unexpected ending.
Thanks for visiting, Clare…I thoroughly enjoyed each of these books, but The Good Daughters was my favorite this week.
The Lisa Unger book is on my list to read, too. Although I don’t know when I’ll get to it 🙂
Hope you have a great week!
Thanks for stopping by, Yvonne…I really liked Fragile, just as I enjoyed her other books. Have a wonderful week!
I’m so glad it’s Fall, but it’s sad that winter will be here soon! You had a great week in books!
Thanks for stopping by, Aths…I agree about winter. Hope you have a great week.
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The picture of Noah is priceless 🙂 what a cute kid. Happy fall! 🙂
Thanks, Marie…I get a kick out of his exuberance for everything. Glad you could stop by.
Last week was so crazy! If it wouldn’t have been for a book club meeting I doubt I would have gotten much reading done. Even at that I finished the book moments before I left for our meeting.
Some weeks are like that, aren’t they? Thanks for stopping by, Alyce.
Down in the southern hemisphere, we’re just getting into spring. It feels strange, watching all the flowers come out at this time of year!
Thanks for stopping by, Memory…that does feel surreal to me, thinking of different time zones.
Hope you’re having a lovely spring.