TSS: A WEEK FILLED WITH DETAILS — JAN. 29

Good morning, Sunday Saloners.

Welcome to another day to talk books, chat about our blogs, and share snippets of our lives.

It’s been a really great week, despite the rain—or maybe partly because of it—and I’ve enjoyed some blogging and reading moments.

The weekend has been really great, too; my granddaughter Fiona came over, and we had lunch, did some shopping, and saw the movie One for the Money.  Loved it!

As you may (or maybe not) recall, I had downloaded the e-book a couple of weeks ago, so I could read it beforehand.  I’m glad I did.

I loved Debbie Reynolds in her characterization of Grandma Mazur.

We’re still hanging out, so I’ll be quick today.

Here are some of the week’s blog posts:

THE CREATIVE JOURNEY – BLOGS, BOOKS & PHOTOS

ON SEEING THE FOREST

I HAVE “MILES TO GO”

EXAMINING OUR DEFINING MOMENTS

SURROUNDED BY COZINESS

DESIGN IS IN THE DETAILS-OR RATIONALIZING 101

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Books Read/Reviewed – Click Titles for Reviews:

1.  Quick and the Thread, The – Amanda Lee –

 

2.    One Day at a Time – Danielle Steel

3.    Diana:  In Pursuit of Love – Andrew Morton

4.     Mudbound (e-book) – Hillary Jordan

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And that’s my week!  Loved its variety.  As you may notice if you check out my blog posts, I added another writing blog, My Forest JourneyHope you join me there.

 

What are your plans for the day?  I hope you’ll stop by and share….

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14 thoughts on “TSS: A WEEK FILLED WITH DETAILS — JAN. 29

  1. Today has been filled with yoga, church, and grocery shopping! I’m hoping to get to some more reading this evening! I’m glad that you enjoyed the movie One for the Money! I purchased a Groupon they had for it earlier this week, so maybe next weekend, I’ll take my wife to see it! I’ve read the book and I found it a fun read, and when my wife and I saw the trailer, we just had to see it!

    Thanks for dropping by my blog earlier today, and I hope you have a great week!

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    • I hope you do enjoy the movie. I know that sometimes movies based on books are disappointing, but that was not the case for me. Kind of like The Help, in that I almost liked the movie more than the book.

      Thanks for stopping by, Jeremy; your Sunday sounds great!

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  2. Hello and happy Sunday! I’m keen to have a look see of your reviews of the Diana book and Mudbound. Glad you liked the mvie – I haven’t seen anything about it over here so not sure if it’s being released or if I just missed the advertising.

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