Today is Sunday time to look back in the rearview mirror and talk about my week .Β I am linking up to the Sunday Post hosted for years byΒ Kimberly@caffeinatedreviewerΒ .Β 

In my private life

Happy Sunday!

Sorry if I didn’t reply to posts this week but I had to go three times to the office. That meant waking up at 5 AM and I was exhausted the whole week!

Now to get back to today’s title: my washing machine broke down this week. And considering that it was 26 years, my fridge and micro wave are 26 years too and that some of our kitchen doors are in bad state, we decided to replace the whole kitchen and renovate!

That means visiting showrooms, discussing projects and making budgets. It takes time and is equally thrilling and frightening (I hate spending big chunks of money).

I will also prepare my stay in Bath with my daughter. We’ll be leaving next Sunday for five days! I already have our trains and appartment booked but now I must study the best way to travel in Bath (bus, with a pass? ), what to visit in Bath and around Bath and…I want to meet a very dear blogger friend!!!!! That has me very excited!

As usual I am leaving you with some reels …

The first is about (not) being productive.

And the second is about book edges painting.

On the blog this week (click on the graphic to read the post)

I have read some amazing books! The Hemlock Queen is a sequel and quite dark.

The Seven Year Slip was a very good romance with a dash of magic.

And the Fellowship of Puzzlemakers made me feel all warm and fuzzy!

Now I am going to visit some blogs!


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  1. Wow! You have very dedicated appliances. Impressive life spans there, but how fun to get a new kitchen. Good luck with the renovation and I hope your trip to Bath is amazing.

  2. Even with all the work and mess, it’s exciting to renovate! Would love to see the before and afters! Hope you have a wonderful time in Bath! I thought it was really pretty and Jane Austen!

  3. Ooh a kitchen reno, how fun. I hope it goes smoothly! And I hope you have a lovely time with your daughter in Bath. Take pictures!

  4. Great you get another week for a trip! I am working on a new stove this week. The old one was 24 years old. I redid the cabinets a couple years ago but kept the appliances. They work and I like them, until this one didn’t work.

    Anne – Books of My Heart This is my Sunday Post