Welcome to the Pre-Thanksgiving Sunday Salon.

Today has been rainy all day long….I’m actually enjoying it so far.  As long as there are no power outages, I’m good.

Of course, we don’t get to choose how that all plays out.  Meanwhile, I’m enjoying the day watching old movies and reading.

I hope everyone is going to enjoy the upcoming holiday, if you celebrate it.  And most will have some kind of holiday.

This past week was pretty interesting.  I spent some time blogging and reviewed some books.

On the Blogs:

Today’s Saturday Snapshot was a celebration of the past, as well as some moments in the present.  Here’s a glimpse of what I’m sharing.

My foothill house — the past

On Monday, I did a Potpourri post on Feathering the Nest; on Tuesday, I shared some Scanning Moments; Wednesday, I announced the winner of the Bookshelf Clearing Giveaway; my Weekend Potpourri:  Jingle Bells, was about looking ahead; my Sweet Saturday Sample takes a look at the Interior World of A Private Eye; and today I posted about Celebrating the Moments.

Books:  Read – Click Titles/Covers for Reviews:

1.  The Empty Glass, by J. I. Baker

2.  She Can Tell, by Melinda Leigh

3.  Killer Takes All, by Erica Spindler

And, on Wednesday, I posted a review for Blog Tour of Curiosity Killed the Kat, by Elizabeth Nelson.


What did your week look like?  What are you looking forward to?  Today I’m savoring a Maeve Binchy novel that will take awhile (645 pages), plus I keep watching movies!  It’s Firefly Summer.

Enjoy your week!

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