The Sunday Salon used to be a meme but was getting so huge it became unmanageable, so it is now a Facebook group that has become an informal week in review
gathering place for bloggers.
It is also a place to share our thoughts about things of a bookish nature.
Happy Sunday Everyone!
We were treated to some awfully nice weather early last week, temps in the high 60’s but Old Man Winter reared his ugly head for the weekend with ice, cold and snow. It also was when my youngest son’s heat/defrost stopped working in “his” truck. That meant he and Mr. Dollycas were out in the cold trying to fix it. This was my oldest son’s truck and keeping it around and running is very important to us, especially for his brother. It has not been easy because it has had plenty of issues the past 2 years, brakes, fuses, tie rods, a window that won’t go up and down, some recalls we still need to take care of and now the heat. Sometimes I think it is our oldest son sending signs we should give up on the thing. But seeing these guys and sometimes our nephew rally to keep this Tahoe running and bonding with each other brings us all just a little joy in a dark time. I hope Kris is watching down from heaven and sees us keeping his memory alive even with the darn truck.
Weekly Rewind – February 20 – 25, 2017
Monday – My Reading Itinerary Monday! – Week #8 2017
Tuesday – New Release Tuesday – February 2017 – Week #3
Plus – #Review / #Giveaway – War and Peach by Susan Furlong
Wednesday – Cozy Wednesday with Krista Davis – Author of Mission Impawsible #Review / #Giveaway @BerkleyMystery
Thursday – #Review / #Giveaway – Twelve Angry Librarians by Miranda James
Friday – Flashback Friday – The Ghosts of Misty Hollow by Sue Ann Jaffarian – #Spotlight / #Giveaway
Saturday – #Spotlight / #Giveaway – The Detroit Im Dying Trilogy by T.V. LoCicero
Comments on “Sunday Salon/Sunday Post – Old Man Winter – Weekly Rewind – Mail Call”
I think older son’s way of sharing time with you. I know that missing is always there and I get feelings that my son is letting me know that he is still watching out for me. Hugs
Let’s hope the truck will be back on the road soon.
My daughter has a Jeep that sounds similar to the Tahoe but she doesn’t want to give up on it because my father gave it to her and it has good memories and all that. It does sound special that everyone is bonding together to keep it working but I think that’s probably one of those things that’s only great afterwards! Fantastic books this week! I love Lea Waite and the rest of the books look great too!
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