Sunday Salon

Thanks to Deb at Readerbuzz for hosting The Sunday Salon. Stop over there or at the Facebook Group to participate.

Week’s Highlights:

Saturday was David’s birthday. We went to lunch at Red Lobster and went to a magic show in Pittsburgh at Liberty Magic. I think I might make a full post about the show. It was fun and just a really unique place.

Reading:

I listened to The Wolf and the Watchman by Niklas Natt och Dag and loved it, loved it, loved it. It’s way grittier than most things I read and some of the descriptions were downright gruesome, but the story is so gripping and the atmosphere so real. Amazing book!

I was on a mystery kick with my reviews this week. And I’m in the middle of two mysteries now. Maybe my next read should be from a different genre.

Last week’s reviews:

Playing:

No new board games this week. We did pull out Azul which we haven’t played in a while. It’s fun and easy to learn. More importantly, it’s pretty and the components are great quality.

Giveaway:

I have a giveaway still open! I would love it if you would enter at https://www.woodwatches.com/g/carolsnotebook. You could win $100 towards a watch of your choice from Jord watches.

Looking forward to:

Easter’s next week. It will be pretty quiet though. Amber’s not going to be home and my brother and his kids aren’t coming up.

Edited: Apparently my brother and his family are coming. It will be nice to see them. David’s oldest brother and his family will be in town for a few days too, so we’ll probably stop over at my in-laws’ to visit with them too.

Wooden Wrist Watch

16 Comments

  1. I hope you will post about the magic show. I’ve never been to one, and it isn’t likely I will ever go. Your post may be the closest I will ever get to going to a magic show.

    I definitely like to shake things up, genre-wise. I usually have a couple of different sorts of books going. Yesterday, though, I finished all my books, and I was book-less. Now that’s an odd feeling for me.

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