Today is Sunday, time to look back in the rearview mirror and talk about my week in and out of the blog. As usual I am linking up to the Sunday Post hosted for years by Kimberly @caffeinatedreviewer .
In my private life first
Some meh news first: I have a migraine for two days now (again) but feel better today. I hate when that happens as I was just useless yesterday and slept most of the day!
It’s getting out of control again and I blame the lockdown as I can’t go to my reflexology “séances” like I used to do! Since November, nothing anymore and that was the only thing that helped with these migraines!
To make it even more painful, I have suffered from huge belly cramps at night and during the day for two weeks, waking me up in the night and preventing me to have enough sleep.
But the good news is that I went to the doctor on Friday and she gave me something that seems to really be working so yay! One less problem!
Now let’s get to better news!
My daughter nailed her partials at university!!! 😀 She had very good grades and as it’s her first year learning law I am so proud of her!
She had worked so hard, all while distance learning for months now, that I really wanted her efforts to be rewarded!
My son passed too and is now onto his second part of his training so these are only great news!
Of course, we could not go without having a little fright because my daughter called me on Thursday afternoon, telling me she had fallen from the frozen stairs in her dorm and was vomiting all the time.
HER: “What should I do mom?”
ME: “You are vomiting? Go straight away to the ER!”
HER: “But no I don’t have time for that! I didn’t hurt my head, just shook it.”
ME: “Yes but even without a blow if it’s badly shaken you can have a trauma! Vomiting is a bad sign so at least, phone to our family doctor!”
She did that and of course, he sent her to the doctor to check everything.
Results: she has a mild trauma in her head. If everything gets better in the coming days, she shouldn’t have sequels.
Now some good news again: I have been chosen as a rep for @bookbookowl on IG again (I am super happy as Jen’s bookmarks are amazing) and yesterday, a recent small shop contacted me to ask me to represent them too. I was so surprised as usually I have to enter a rep search and cross my fingers! If you are interested, said shop is @craftedofstarlight and she has opened it to help her parents pay her tuition at university.
And I also made a fun (at least I hope it’s fun) reel on Instagram after falling in love with the Stalking Jack the Ripper ‘s series. I am wondering how Thomas Cresswell would solve the mystery of the disappearing sock..
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Announcement: Meet Your Next Boyfriend will be back in March! Do you want in?
As you might know, three times a year we have with some other bloggers a “meet your next book boyfriend (or girlfriend)” blog tour where everyone posts on an assigned day and rave about her favorite book boyfriend!
We’d love if YOU would join us! The more the merrier.
If it’s something you are interested in, sign up here:
- The tour will run from March 15th thru March 26th: minus the weekend.
- DEADLINE TO SIGN UP is Wednesday, February 17th
- Tour Schedule will be posted on Thursday, February 18th.
To give you an idea, click below to read my post of last year with a book boyfriend..
On the blog this week (click on the garphic to read the post)
I wrote two reviews and one post about the Top Ten Tuesday. That relaxed way of blogging is better for me.
The Revelation of Light and Dark by Sawyer Bennett is a brand new series where she goes into fantasy territory! I loved that first instalment!
Escaping from Houdini by Kerri Maniscalcol was just amazing! In the meantime, I have finished Capturing the Devil ans hope to post my review next week!
This Top Ten Tuesday I talked about my favorite romance books.
Now question for you all: I am listening to The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah but there is something not working for me. Plsu it’s soooooo depressing. Is there anyone else feeling the same?
How was your week?
Thanks for reading!