Sunday, November 15, 2015

Sunday Post

Sunday Post
Sunday Post

Well, fall has arrived here in South Louisiana; the house was below 70 this morning so I switched the thermostat from cool to heat; I wonder how long until we switch it back?

This past week was pretty typical for me; I led my Brownie troop on Monday and went to a school board meeting on Thursday (I'm on the board for my daughter's Catholic school).  I needed a stack of books for the Brownie meeting and while I was at the library I picked up a couple of books.  They were pretty typical Debbie Macomber; quick easy reads with happy endings.

Silver Linings: A Rose Harbor Novel

Love Letters: A Rose Harbor Novel

I'm participating in a blog tour for Cynthia Ruchti's Endless Christmas.  You can win $100, so please enter the giveaway. On the Christmas theme, I reviewed RaeAnne Thaynes'  A Cold Creek Christmas Story.  The final review I published this week was Encyclopedia of Peg Saints.

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Other things on this blog were a From My Archives feature and my answer to the Book Blogger Hop question of the week. 

I am now enjoying a lovely Sunday afternoon supervising my daughter while she does (or tries to avoid) her homework.  Why do kids these days have so much homework?  

Oh, one more thing; I also have a finanical planning blog, and this week I'm hosting a link-up; you can to save money on kids' clothes, shop for health insurance or even win on-line contests.  


  1. I'll be checking in on the financial blog link up...with 2 daughters in college, we need some advice!!

    Thanks and blessings!

  2. I love the cover of Silver Linings! Enjoy your week!

  3. I agree that Debbie Macomber is usually a reliable, easy, HEA. I like Thayne for easy reading also. The Endless Christmas sounds good - I'm off to check that and peek at your finance blog. Good for you on sharing that.
    We came home to our house temp of 64 degrees too. Nice to have some cooler weather - just not too cold.

  4. I picked up that Macomber book at the library and was going to bring it home but when I read the first ten pages I was not impressed, so I put it back.

    1. Silver Linings' characters were rather sophomoric; Love Letters was a little better.


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