The Sunday Post ~ 1/5/20

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

~this meme was inspired in part by ~ In My Mailbox~

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.

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It has been quite a while since I’ve done The Sunday Post. The last one I found was from 2015! Geez, I can’t even believe I was blogging that long ago!

Personal Highlights:

Sunday: Saw my sister and her family off after a week’s visit
Monday: Did some shopping to exchange gifts and get what I needed for New Years.
Tuesday: Had my best friends and their families over to celebrate New Year’s Eve. Pajama pants are a tradition for us girls.

Wednesday: Went ice skating with my kids and a couple friends. It was the first time 2 of my kids went ice skating.
Thursday: Started back with our homeschool group that I lead
Friday: Got caught up on some blog hopping. I’m still behind with the holiday.
Saturday: Took more Christmas decorations down. Still not finished. Watched The Sun Is Also A Star finally.

Last Week on the Blog:

MondayIMWAYR
Tuesday ~ A Curse So Dark and Lonely Review
Wednesday ~ WWW Wednesday ~ 1/1/20
2020 Blogging & Non-bookish Goals
Thursday ~ Ali’s January 2020 TBR
Friday ~ Ali’s December 2019 Monthly Wrap-Up
Saturday ~ Stacking the Shelves

This Week on the Blog (Hopefully!):

Sunday ~ The Sunday Post
Quips & Quotes
Monday ~ IMWAYR
The Maysen Jar Review
Tuesday ~ Real Neat Blogger Award
Top Ten Tuesday ~ Most Anticipated Book Releases for the First Half of 2020
Wednesday ~ WWW Wednesday
The Air He Breathes Review
Thursday ~ Sunshine Blogger Award
Friday ~ Friday Finds
Saturday ~ Stacking the Shelves
I will potentially post more than this, but this is the minimum of what I hope to have up.

Favorite Book of the Week:

Happy Reading,

Ali

21 thoughts on “The Sunday Post ~ 1/5/20

  1. Okay, I have to say, I’m mighty impressed. That’s a jam-packed week you got there and you still managed to blog so much! 😍💕 I can only drool at your superpowers and wish I had them too! 🤤😂

    Have a great reading week ahead. 🙂 Curse of Dark and Lonely is on my TBR so will definitely check your review! 💜

    Leaving below the link to my Sunday post in case you want to check it out later. 🙂
    https://saraabesukhan.com/the-sunday-post-4/

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  2. Pingback: The Sunday Post ~ 1/12/20 | Our Book Boyfriends

    • Yes, it was definitely a busy week. This week has been a bit calmer. I needed that to catch up on chores, reading, blogging, and homeschooling. But hey, that just sounds like more busyness. LOL! Hope you’re having a great week, too!

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  3. Ooh, what’d you think of The Sun Is Also A Star? I really enjoyed the book but have been hesitant about watching the movie… Sounds like you had a great week, Ali! I’m so on board with that PJs to ring in the New Year tradition! How fun and cozy 😍 Have a great week ahead!

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    • I thought it didn’t quite measure up through a lot of it, but then when it came time to see that she was leaving I thought the movie provoked more emotion. Overall, I would say it wasn’t quite as awesome but still decent. I’d watch it again. Hope you have a great week, too!!!

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  4. Sounds like a great week and PJ pants are a great tradition. Welcome back to the Sunday post! I think we are all a little behind with blog visiting. I know I can’t seem to keep up this week and yet I think there aren’t as many posts. I’m so confused.

    I hope you have a great back to normal week and enjoy some new reads.

    Anne – Books of My Heart Here is my Sunday Post   

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  5. Wow! That’s a jam packed week. I think I read and went to work. I want to see The Sun is Also a Star. I really liked that book, and the casting was great for it too. Did you cry reading the Air He Breathes? I ugly cried at one point. It was beautiful.

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    • Funny thing. It usually takes a lot to get me to cry during a book. I think, too, it depends on my hormones on a particular day. LOL! But no, I didn’t cry during the book, but I definitely felt it deeply! The funny part is that I cried during The Sun Is Also A Star – the movie, not the book.

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