Sunday, April 10, 2016

Weekly Unwind # 13 4.10.16

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog. 

Welcome to my weekly recap!
This week flew by I barely had any time to read or get anything done.   Monday and Tuesday my husband had to go to work early so we had to leave the house earlier and the day felt super long. I was so tired by the time I got home I got nothing done I needed to.  Thursday and Friday I was in Detroit for work and it was crazy.  My flight there I had a kid in the seat in front of me vomiting and the flight attendants basically ignore that it was going on.   We got everything we needed to get done in Detroit so I don't have to go back till next year I think so that was a plus.  Friday I ended up getting a 2 hour delay so it was more time in the airport and attempting to catch up at work.  

Friday was my dad's birthday and we went out to celebrate Saturday night.  My dad loves Italian food so we went to Maggianos and did the family style, which was SO much food.  We have tons of left overs to eat today though!  This week should be a catch up week I have tons of errands to run and stuff to get done around the house.  I want to start painting another room in the house next weekend, but I will see how far I get this week.  

This month I am going to participate in 2016 ARC April Challenge, where I am aiming to read 5 books, I have now completed 1 and posted my review! 
 
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Last Week On the Blog: 
Barking Madness - Ryan Hill (Book Review) 
Ten Bookish People You Should Follow On Instagram 
{Blog Tour} Escape from the Past: The Duke's Wrath - Annette Oppenlander (Book Review & Giveaway) 
{Book Tour} Dig Too Deep - Amy Allgeyer (Book Review & Giveaway) 
{Blog Tour} Musings of an Earth Angel - Suzanne Adams (Book Review & Giveaway) 
No One Knows - J.T. Ellison (Book Review)
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This Week On the Blog:  
Ten Books Every Memoir Lover Should Read
Cape May - Holly Caster (Book Review)
{Blog Tour} Dreamology - Lucy Keating (Review & Giveaway)
{Blog Tour} 13th Continuum - Jennifer Brody (Review & Giveaway) 
Those We Fear - Victoria Griffith (Book Review)

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Currently Reading
Midnight Burning - Karisa Laurel

Dreamology - Lucy Keating

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Goals for the Week on the Blog:
My goal is to catch up on my email and reviews.  I am also actively working on a TBR list that I can somewhat stick too!

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6 comments:

  1. Sounds like a busy week! And the Italian dinner sounds great too- I love it when there's leftovers like that. That's the best. :)

    Have a good week with hopefully no vomiting kids!

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    1. Yes Italian is great and left overs are better! Thank you! I hope it was a once in a lifetime experience of vomiting kids on the plane.

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  2. I've been seeing a lot of people reading Dreamology this week. Can't wait till I get a chance to pick it up myself! Hope you have a good week!
    Check out my Sunday Post

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    1. Dreamology is a super cute quick read! I hope you have a good week to! Thank you for stopping by!

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  3. Oh I ove Maggianos!! Always so much food but so good. Can't way tot see what you think of Dreamology. Have a great week!!

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    1. Yes Maggianos is so much good food! Have a great week too!

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