The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog…
Happy Sunday, happy May! I can hear the raindrops falling on the windowsill as I type up today’s Sunday updates post. I love that sound.
Anyway, May is here, I like this month alot sans the allergies from the pollen etc. Flowers are blooming and the temps are nice, not sweltering hot just yet. I have had a serious case of Spring fever these last two weeks. I even went jogging with my youngest this week, which was great. We haven’t gone running in so long so it was nice to start getting back into it. I almost forgot how relaxed I feel afterwards. And we took a trip out to the Botanical Gardens in NYC as well, which was really wonderful. I love New York and drive in a several times a year. There is always something interesting to see and do there. The weather was in the 70’s for that and I just soaked it all in, the sunshine, the flowers….
Onto my bookish updates….
Last Week on the Blog:
I posted my thoughts on In Places Hidden by Tracie Peterson, which was very good.
I will be posting my reviews of Earl Interrupted (The Daring Marriages #2) by Amanda Forester and The Pisces by Melissa Broder soon hopefully.
I picked up my copy of Mr. Mercedes again this week. I actually tried reading this last summer while on vacation and I could not get past chapter two. I just couldn’t get into the story. So I’m giving it another go.
That covers my updates for now. I will close with pictures from my recent NYC trip. What are you up to? Reading? Enjoy your week xo
The view of the Freedom Tower from the car as we were driving in.
The Cherry Blossoms were in full bloom at the Botanical Gardens.
The conservatory has a bonsai room. This one turned 76 years old in 1988.
I forget what these little purple flowers were but they were tiny and dainty. I stopped to snap a pic.
The conservatory also has a rain-forest room.
And finally, the view in the Holland tunnel. It always makes me claustrophobic. Plus, there was traffic in there but it’s worth the NYC trip.
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