I feel like I didn’t get a lot done this week even though I felt very busy. Last Sunday, we went to my daughter’s college to pick up the bulk of her items since the semester ended on Friday. Her college is about 2.5 hours away so that was a lot of time in the car. She is now home until August so that will be a bit of an adjustment around the house. We took Monday off work with plans to get some new mulch for our flower beds but my husband and I were so tired that we decided to relax a bit instead.
I received my 2nd Covid 19 vaccine on Friday morning. By the time I was able to leave work Friday afternoon, I felt pretty rough. Later that night and on Saturday morning, I felt horrible. I am feeling better as I write this and hope the trend continues.
I have been trying to claim my new blog on Bloglovin’ since I moved it. I finally got some help and was able to get that sorted out. I did some things with my feed to make that happen. Yesterday, an email went out to my followers for a post that was two weeks old. I am not sure what might have caused that to happen but suspect that the changes to my feed may have sparked the email. I apologize to anyone who received that older posts in their email this week.
What I’m Reading
I only finished two books this week. They were both okay reads for me which probably slowed down my reading a bit. I listened to The Project by Courtney Summers during my work week finishing at the end of the day Friday. I also read When We Were All Still Alive by Keith McWalter and kind of thought that the book fizzled out before it ended.
I am still reading Bath Haus by P.J. Vernon. I am liking it a lot but I just haven’t had a lot of time to dedicate to reading.
She Wouldn’t Change a Thing by Sarah Adlakha (Publisher/Bookish First), Brat: an ’80s Story by Andrew McCarthy (Publisher), The Siren by Katherine St. John (Publisher), How Lucky by Will Leitch (Purchased), People We Meet on Vacation by Emily Henry (Purchased), Arsenic and Adobo by Mia Manansala (Purchased)
Favorite Instagram Post of the Week
What books do you add to your shelves this week?