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

In my private life

Happy Sunday!

We have some results for Beware of the Husband’s health, reassuring so far but we are still waiting for some more results and a global diagnostic.

Patience, patience…

This week I was back at work and it was a crazy busy week!

Also I began with two days at headquarter in a row meaning up at 5 AM to catch my train!

And I was exhausted! Funny how I did it for 25 years without problem but after three years of homeworking it’s hard to get back to that mad schedule!

Aside from work, nothing big to mention this week and that’s probably a good thing!

I read a lot of books, several rereads and I was very happy to see that I loved the books as much if not more than the first time around!

I just have a spcial announcement to make: if you are on Instagram, I will have a LIVE CHAT with Robin Roe (author of A List of Cages and Dark Room Etiquette) on Friday 14th at 2 PM! If you want to pop in, feel free!

September Wrap-Up (click on the graphic to read the post)

September was a good reading month!
I have read 12 books with two rereads (Wolfsong by TJ Klune and It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover) and I have had several 5 or even 6 stars!

Here are my favorites:

Wolfsong was a reread but as good the second time as the first time!

And my winner of the month, the book that will be on my top 10 if not top 5 this year… Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid.

Thanks for reading!


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  1. I am glad to hear some the test results regarding your husband’s health have come back in his favor. I hope the news continues to be good. I’ve gotten so used to working from home most days and when it’s my turn to go to the office it’s a bit of an adjustment. By the time the end of the week rolls around, it feels more natural–but by then it’s time to work from home again. It’ll be weird when I go in tomorrow since I won’t even have my own desk space like I used to. Though I think the worst part of working in the office for me is having to get up earlier to get to work. Fortunately I don’t have a long commute. Take care!

  2. I love your Halloween-y banner. I’m so glad you have some of the results back for your husband’s tests. I hope the rest of them don’t take too much longer and he can get an overall diagnosis. Good luck with work. I can imagine how hard it would be to go back to a schedule like that after working from home for three years.

  3. Everyone seems to be going back on he regular schedule, my husband’s work started it too this month. I worked from home even before the pandemis, and haha it’s so weird to have a quiet house to myself again!

  4. I am so happy to see that you had a good month. I am sorry to hear you don’t have a diagnosis for your husband quite yet, thoughts and prayers your way! I hope you have fun with that interview, I will try to pop in if I don’t have work. 🙂

  5. It is hard to get back to that schedule! Working from home does spoil you, I think. Or at least it does me! Best of luck as you find out more about Bewareof the Husband’s diagnosis!

  6. I’m glad you are starting to get some answers. I can’t imagine enjoying that early morning rush. I think a lot of things have changed over the last few years.

    Anne – Books of My Heart This is my Sunday Post

  7. I loved It Ends With Us back when it first came out. With all the popularity and the new sequel book I should probably read it again. I just finished listening to This Poison Heart and really liked it too! Your interview looks exciting! I had a similar thing this week where I went to a movie on a weeknight, and got home around 10 pm and was exhausted! But then about 10 or so years ago I was working a part time job where the store didn’t close till 11 pm and I did that two nights a week with getting up for my every day teaching job. I guess it’s age, right? I’ll be 50 this month.
    Hope you have a good week!