Weekly Wrap-Up 31

Posted November 29, 2014 by Kathy in Wrap-Up / 23 Comments

My Weekly Wrap Up is my version of The Sunday Post hosted by Kimba at Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

This week went by so fast! I only had to work Sunday to Wednesday because of the Thanksgiving holiday.  It was nice to get to sleep in!  Thursday was Thanksgiving but because of everyone’s work schedule (my family is filled with nurses lol) we weren’t going to see our families until Friday and Saturday.  So for Thursday we spent a quiet day at home.  We started decorating our Christmas tree and instead of the traditional turkey dinner we had crab (I couldn’t handle 3 days of turkey!!).  Some of the stores opened on Thursday night for an early Black Friday sale so I did go shopping at our local stores.  I didn’t want to step foot in the major malls (I didn’t want to deal with the crowds).  I got some good deals and I especially love this ornament I found at the craft store, Hobby Lobby:

Blog Ornament

I was looking for a book themed ornament so I got so excited when I found this!!  I hope all my US friends had a nice Thanksgiving!!

Here is what happened last week on the blog:

This week on the blog:

  • Book Looks Holiday Edition
  • French Kissed by Chanel Cleeton Blog Tour – Review
  • Netgalley November Wrap-Up
  • Book Blog Walkers

Reviews coming soon:

Wild About Weston by Katy Regnery

Currently reading:

I am still reading Dark Metropolis by Jaclyn Dolamore.  With work and the holiday I haven’t had that much time for reading.  Hopefully I can finish this book this week.

How was your week?


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23 responses to “Weekly Wrap-Up 31

    • Kathy

      Thanks Greg and I hope you had a nice Thanksgiving!! I am done with the leftovers! I am banning poultry for at least a week lol!

    • Kathy

      That would be a great combination! Crab makes everything taste so good! Thanks Steph for stopping by!

    • Kathy

      It is nice to see the different sides of our family on separate days. This way we don’t have to rush to get to another party. Christmas will be the same way so it will be more relaxed. Thanks Katherine!