Sunday Post

My area is on the other side of a ten day cold snap. Temps were under 10°F and streets were snow packed and icy. No walks for me during that time – which was terrible! The guy who plows our driveway ran out of places to push the snow. Some photos from that time (the last is my favorite because it was the morning I could finally get out for a morning walk:

 

 

 

 

 

Book arrivals:  (linked to Mailbox Monday)

     

Last week on Bookfan:

   

Reading plan for this week:


 

15 thoughts on “Sunday Post

  1. Mary, we have a pile that high at the end of our driveway but fortunately we had some rain yesterday which helped melt some. We walked very little (I think 2 mini walks) last week. Hope March brings us both warmer weather and good books.

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  2. I love your snow pictures. Be careful out there walking – I fell this December – broke my shoulder and wrist.

    I am interested in your review of Summertime Guests. The synopsis sounds like it will be a good read.

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  3. I am so looking forward to reading Nora’s and Nan’s new books.. I have snow where I live and will most likely get a more before spring arrives officially. Have a great reading week..

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  4. That snow sure is impressive and so much of it. I know there was snow in unusual places in the USA recently. All your incoming books look great. I could have accepted the Wendy Francis book but decided that I would stick to my plan of light reviewing.

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  5. The snow with the sun looks pretty but too cold for me.
    I’ve seen The Legacy on a couple of blogs.
    Enjoy all of your new books! I’m off to see your review of Minders.

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  6. The sunset is glorious but this life long Southern is shocked by the amount of snow in that pile! I would have no idea what to do with all that! I don’t deal well with our version of cold so I have a feeling I would hibernate. I’m finishing up An Unexpected Peril today and really enjoying it. I hope you love it too! Have a great week.

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  7. These snow pictures look all too familiar, but it’s finally melting in Chicagoland, and I heard sandhill cranes flying back today!!
    Enjoy your March reading!

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  8. I love your photos of the snow. It’s been quite hot here is Sydney, Australia but the weather should start to cool now that Autumn is here. I hope you enjoy the Candice Fox novel. She is an Aussie author.

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