Sunday Post: The Olympics Start

Sunday-PostKimberly hosts the Sunday Post each week. I like to take part because it gives me an opportunity to look back at last week and forward to next week in both my personal life and my blog and book life! I also love to see what other people are doing and what books everyone is reading.


I’m over my cold and spent a little time sorting books and moving them to a different room. If they’re moved to a different room I must have done something good with them–right?!! I did find a few I plan to donate or take to the used bookstore.

We had more snow this week–an inch here and there plus a little over five inches one day for about 10 inches over the whole week. We bought a snowblower when we first moved here and I’m so glad we did. We have a long steep driveway that no one would be able to drive up if we didn’t have the snowblower. It usually takes about an hour to get the driveway clear even with the snowblower. It was only 4 degrees when I got up Saturday morning to a couple more inches of snow. Luckily we have a good furnace.


My husband and I watched the beginning of the Olympics. So far we’ve seen some biathlon, a little skating, curling and the opening ceremonies. I really enjoy the winter Olympics. We also found a new Netflix show we’re enjoying–Altered Carbon. It’s a science fiction and it’s good. We’re also enjoying the Inspector George Gently series on Acorn. It’s a British police show.


I’m still feeling my way with my blog since I was away from it for so long. I’m enjoying what I’ve done so far. I’m trying to get a few posts done to have in reserve when I need them.

Last week
Next week
  • Can’t-Wait Wednesday
  • Sunday Post

My books

What I’m reading

I’m a mood reader and I haven’t decided what I’m in the mood for!

What I read last week

Promise Not to Tell by Jayne Ann Krentz

Books I got this week

A Day in the Death of Dorothea Cassidy by Ann Cleeves

Modern Crimes by Chris Nickson

Game Over by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

A Beautiful Poison by Lydia Kang (Kindle Unlimited)

West Cork by Sam Bungey and Jennifer Forde (Audible–free to download until May 2018)

What did you do last week?