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And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.
What a week I had! I drove way north, where I found beaches and forests, and had a great time with my son and DIL. My granddaughter tagged along and did some of the driving, although a teenager at the wheel is not relaxing. LOL.
Not much blogging (only one post), which I wrote after I got back from my trip: Out of My Interior World: Family Time & Beach Time.
We were gone from Monday through Thursday, with Monday and Thursday as driving days. (From 5:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Monday!). But Tuesday and Wednesday were great days of exploring the sights, from beaches to forests. The beach below had black sand…and I loved those footsteps marching along. And someone created other marks in the sand.
Coming home is always good, though, but I think my laptop must have missed me, since it seems to be acting up today! Or I’m out of practice on the bigger keys, having used my iPhone to comment on posts.
My coffee pot has protested my absence, too! It would not deliver even one cup for me today, so I’ll be off to Target to get another one. Coffee Pot Number 101?
I somehow managed to read two books while I was gone, and reviewed them yesterday:
Review: The Melody Lingers On (e-book), by Mary Higgins Clark
Review: The Girl You Lost (e-book), by Kathryn Croft
INCOMING BOOKS: (Covers/Titles Linked to Amazon)
I haven’t even checked my mailbox, as yesterday was all about settling back into my home, watching shows on my DVR, etc. (My mail comes to a P.O. box, so I have to drive to check it!).
I did download these books, though:
The Things We Wish Were True (e-book), by Marybeth Mayhew Whalen (Kindle Prime Free Book)
Siracusa (e-book), by Delia Ephron
It Ends with Us (e-book), by Colleen Hoover
WHAT’S UP NEXT? (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)
Currently Reading: Blood Defense (e-book), by Marcia Clark
The Couple Next Door (e-book), by Shari Lapena (NetGalley – 8/23)
And then my mood will select more from my trusty Pippa….or even one of the print books on my stack!
What did your week look like? I hope you had a great time! While I was in Crescent City, I had this dinner one night. (I had to take most of it home to the fridge, though!).