Sunday, October 2, 2022

Sunday Post #178

 

The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated reviewer book blog, and is a post to recap my bookish and non-bookish things from the last week.


We came down to my daughter's Friday to spend the weekend. Did a bookish puzzle on Saturday afternoon, had some homemade pizza, played crazy eights with the kids, and now I'm writing up this post. Tomorrow we'll head home after watching my grandson play basketball in the morning. 




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Instagram:

Hunting kitty.




How was your week?




19 comments:

  1. Sounds like a nice weekend! Homemade pizza- yum. :) And love that Instagram pic!!!

    The puzzle looks fun too. Have an awesome rest of the weekend.

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    1. It was good! Thanks. It makes me happy to see my kitty enjoying the outdoors. Supervised of course. The puzzle was a lot of fun! Thank you, Greg! You too!

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  2. It's so nice you get the family time. Are you closer to them now in miles or farther away after your move?

    Anne - Books of My Heart This is my Sunday Post

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    1. We are a lot closer now. We are only 106 miles away compared to 433 before. Only a two hour drive now. So much better!

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  3. The puzzle is cute. it's nice to be able to spend time with family.

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    1. Thanks Mary! It was fun working the puzzle with my daughter. :)

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  4. That world of Jane Austen puzzle looks like a lot of fun. :D 1,000 pieces is my limit on puzzles...I mostly prefer 500 piece ones myself.

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    1. 1000 is my limit, too! We were able to do it in one afternoon with my daughter and I tag teaming it. 500s are fun as well.

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  5. That Jane Austen puzzle looks awesome. It sounds like a great weekend, Rachel. Enjoy your upcoming week.

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  6. That sounds like a wonderful weekend! I haven't worked a puzzle for a while. I may need to get one out the next time my daughter is home from college. Have a great week!

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  7. I hope you had a great time with your daughter and her family! It sounds like you did. That puzzle looks fun. I haven't done one for a while. I love them, but I don't like leaving them on the table and I usually don't/can't finish them in one day.

    My Sunday Post

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  8. Games and a puzzle -- that's my perfect weekend

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  9. What a cool puzzle! I got Off the Map as well, it sure looks good. I hope we both enjoy it.

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  10. That bookish puzzle looks like so much fun, I adore puzzles! You have some great books there. I can't wait to pick up the RaeAnne Thayne!

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  11. Pizza and puzzles and game night? Sounds like a pretty perfect weekend. :) I requested All is Bright on Netgalley but never heard anything. I'll just wait to read it when it releases because it sounds like a good one.

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  12. Damn Rachel I don't catch up on your Sunday posst anymore! But pizza, puzzles and game night sounds fun!

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