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.
I'm currently on my way back from Southern California after having a dinner/baby shower for my son and his wife. It was nice to visit with everyone! I'm happy for my son and he's excited but really nervous at what to expect being a first time father.
I've decided I need to get my diet and exercise back in order. I've been 10 pounds over my normal for the last nine months which doesn't sound like a lot but when you're 5'2" it makes a difference. Not to mention I'm not happy about the way my clothes fit. I feel like after hitting 50 yrs old it's been extra hard to shed even 5 pounds. I'm going to make out a meal plan for the week. If you don't plan it's easy to just eat whatever. I also need to get back to my regular exercise routines. I did pretty well in that area last week. I ran/jogged/walked three times doing over 3 miles each time. There's a nice trail right by my house, (which actually used to be part of the Narrow Gage railway line! See pics below) so that helps.
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Daisy Darker was a haunting and tragic tale, a mystery I couldn't stop listening to. That twist! Ricochet was a great second installment to the Addicted series. Because I Could Not Stop for Death was a disappointment, unfortunately.
I bought a hardcover of The Bullet That Missed but I requested an audio version from my library and it finally came through. Love this series! His Second-Chance Family is another library audio. I have an e-ARC of Vanishing Hour but I noticed they had an audio version on Netgalley and I tossed the dice and requested that too. I got approved and I've been listening to it on my drive. It's really good! My husband is enjoying it too.
The Belle of Belgrave Square was a 5-star read. I've read a few more by Mimi Matthews and she is such a wonderful writer! The covers are pretty too!
How was your week?