Sunday Post | March 22nd – March 28th

In Real Life:

  • After spending the entire last weekend away from the hubs, with a busy work week looming ahead, we had impromptu date night on Monday where margaritas were drank and tacos were eaten. Good times all around.
  • Worked a bunch of hours and had a bunch of meetings – same ole same ole here.
  • Got my hairs did.
  • Had a quiet Friday night and Saturday reading and relaxing, and had abundant alone time, since the hubs was travelling for work.
  • I’d really have liked to participate in Bloggiesta more, but did make it to a few Twitter chats which were fun. I bookmarked a bunch of things, and will definitely be playing along more intensely next time!


In Case You Missed It:


Currently Reading:

Cloud AtlasCloud Atlas, by David Mitchell

Isn’t there a readalong or something going on for this book?




The Girl on the TrainThe Girl on the Trainby Paula Hawkins

I just started this today, so am only a few pages in. I enjoyed the Hausfrau discussions on The Socratic Salon so much, so am going to read this in preparation for the upcoming chat.



Currently Listening:


Swamplandia!, by Karen Russell

Guyssss…. not sure about this. Gators, ghosts, killer birds, big fake plastic whales, lava pools… But a thing just happened, and took the story in a direction I wasn’t anticipating, so we’ll see… Plus, the male narrator is just not right for this… too old sounding for 17-year-old Kiwi.



Currently Watching:

The O.C. (Season 1)

This is a guilty pleasure show for me! Every once and awhile, I get in SUCH a mood to re-watch it, and luckily my bestie has the DVDs. The first season is definitely the best, and it kind of goes down hill after that. Ryan Atwood = hello, lover.



What’s going on with you? Any bookish, or otherwise, thoughts to share? 


The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba @ The Caffeinated Book Reviewer.




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