Good morning all Sunday Saloners, today you find me just chilling out as it has been a very busy, very exhausting week, both mentally and physically. We have had a very poorly rabbit, who came very close to having to be put down on Monday, but thanks to our wonderful vet, he is now taking medication that hopefully will make him a lot better. We have also had bad news about my father in law, who is seriously ill and we are all praying that his pain eases. Our thoughts are with him now.
Yesterday, the children and I went to London on a school trip with their teacher to the Victoria and Albert museum. A fantastic day was had by all, but I shall tell you more about that on Wednesday. I came back with a really bad headache and sickness and went straight to bed when we got home. I have not long woken up from sleeping for 12 hours!
So with everything going on, my reading has been a bit slow this week. I started off well reading and finishing Waiting on Manana by Miranda Innes, which is a non fiction book about her move to Andulucia and The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong which I will be reviewing on Tuesday. Both of these books were fantastic reads and I would definitely recommend them. After these two books, my readin slowed to a couple of chapters here and there.
So today, I am presently working my way through three books and trying to catch up with all the washing and the ironing which is endless.
The three books are as follows:
Angels in My Hair by Lorna Byrne - this was a recommendation from my friend Cherie, who told me it was one of those life affirming style books. I have to say I am really enjoying it and I will be sad to finish it.
The Post Office Girl by Stefan Zweig - this is a book I have been desperate to read for months. I discovered it on dovegreyscribbles site a few months ago and I finally managed to get a copy through the library.
Quentins by Maeve Binchy - lent to me by the lovely Alison, to help me with my Q title for the A to Z challenge. I have never really been interested in reading Maeve Binchy but I have to say I am really enjoying it. It reminds me a bit of the Debbie Macomber book I read last month.
I actually haven't got a clue what book I shall be reading next, but it will undoubtedly be a library book as I have so many out at the moment, that I previously ordered and now need to read before someone else orders them. It will teach me not to be greedy when reserving
Have a fabulous Sunday - I will see you tomorrow for Monday Mail.