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 also linking up to The Sunday Salon hosted by Deb Nance @Readerbuzz.
Got back from vacation super late on Wednesday. Was happy to find out our power was restored and our internet finally came back on the day before. Basically, we spent the whole of Wednesday getting home. The Cabo San Lucas airport was crowded (on a Wednesday!), didn't eat lunch because the lines were insane. Not even a snack on the airplane because of a high amount of turbulence had the flight attendants suspending cart service. I fly a lot and this was a lot of scary turbulence for me! Landed in San Francisco (no direct flights from our usual airport) at 5pm. Prime traffic time. Maps told us it'd be three hours to get home, but we wanted to eat dinner and not fast food so we ate out, went to my sisters, picked up our cat and stuff and drove home. It was 11:30pm when we finally got back. Cat was excited, disoriented, meowing, happy to be home, and walking all over us as we tried to settle and go to sleep. Needless to say we didn't get a lot of sleep.
I spent Thursday unpacking, doing laundry, and trying to finish a book I was supposed to review on Friday. Got it read but was falling asleep and had to just forget about doing any post. Worked on Friday, which was its usual tiring shenanigans and then went to my sister's for dinner. Had a good time. My sister and her husband are the best! Today (Saturday) was spent cleaning the house. My husband did a bunch of storm cleanup as we had several very large branches come down and had to be cut up. Then we worked on pruning three fruit trees that have been neglected for years. Not by us, but the previous owners of our house. We YouTubed a do-it-yourself video so hopefully we got it right.
Bulbs coming up from the garden:
Crocus and other spring bulbs.
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Two library lends (Everyone in My Family Has Killed Someone and Finlay) and two review books (A Sinister Revenge and Vera Wong). All were enjoyable.
How was your week?