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!

This week has been uneventful between a new job that I love and blogging, reading, bookstagramming.

Our weather is bonkers, between sun, rain and hail. A real March Belgian weather LOL

As my title suggests, my daughter will go study abroad for one semester in Uncle Sam’s land! More precisely sunny California in Sacramento!

If you live nearby and have tips for her, just comment below!

We’ll probably go visit her at the end of her term, planning to visit Lake Tahoe and maybe I’d be lucky to finally meet with my friend Jen! Jen if you are reading this post, I’ll be in touch!

As usual, I am leaving you with two funny reels I made.

The first is trying to teach agility to my fluffy dog using books as obstacles πŸ™‚

And the second is why you should be a good girl and buy books LOL

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

This week I posted two reviews for books completely different! One is a sapphic regency romance with witches and the other is a mystery/thriller. I loved both!

That’s it! Thanks for reading.


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  1. How exciting for your daughter, Sophie! Glad you’ll be visiting her. I haven’t been to the Lake Tahoe area, but it looks gorgeous at all the golf tournaments there that hubby watches on TV, lol.

  2. I live about an hour north of Sacramento in Grass Valley, an old historic miners town. We’re about an hour away from Tahoe and Truckee, so how exciting! Truckee is not far from Tahoe and the downtown is so cute. It’s where Jill Shalvis lives and she seems to model her books locations off of the town.

    There’s excellent wine tasting in Lodi, which isn’t very far from Sacramento. Lots of wineries and they specialize in red Zinfandel, which is a favorite varietal of mine! Harney Lane, Klinker Brink, and Oak Farm Vineyards are wonderful! Lodi has a cute downtown as well.

  3. I’ve been to Sacramento once or twice on a business trip and loved it. Such a cute, historic, small-town vibe. I loved walking around. There’s some kind of a boat or ship that you can take from Sacramento to San Francisco via the river, which I always thought would be fun to do.

    Never been to Tahoe but that will be spectacularly beautiful!

  4. Congrats to your daughter! Sacramento should be fun! I’m glad you are enjoying the new job. I will have to go back through the Sunday Posts I have missed to learn more about what you are doing now!

  5. Northern California is fantastic, how exciting for your daughter! I live in Southern California which is a long way away (the state is huge and very spread out) but there’s so much to do up there. And I love your dog!

  6. Wow! California. That’s even far for me and I live in the US. I have only been there once, to the southern part (Disneyland!). I hope all goes well with your daughter’s semester abroad.