#SundayPost: June is half over?!

Posted June 21, 2020 in Roundup Tags:

Welcome to this week’s Sunday Post. This feature is brought to you by The Caffeinated Book Reviewer, so swing by after you are done here and get the full list of participants!

  •   Baby by Janie Crouch
  •   Somethin’ About That Boy by Lani Lynn Vale
  •   Surrender by Rachel Van Dyken
  •   Daring and the Duke by Sarah Maclean

He never fails to crack me up. This is an old joke of his but I just love it.


ARCs thanks to the authors and publishers:

Audio ARC thanks to Tantor Audio:

Happy Father’s day to the dads out there! I had lunch with my dad a week and a half ago. It was a nice day for a visit! (also, the restaurant was GREAT about keeping everyone distant, using all disposable items or individually wrapped items, and all staff had masks on. It made me feel better about going out for sure.

It’s been a pretty low key week. Last weekend we put together our new bed frame and headboard. Wednesday I had an appointment with my audiologist to get the new hearing aids I want to try ordered. Then Thursday we had the “closing” on our refinance of our house. Friday, my new iPad arrived! Since I left my job, I had to give back my iPad. I made it 3 weeks before I just caved and bought one!

I had a goal of purchasing at least 2 books by Black authors this week and I added a bunch to my wishlist to grab when possible.

Yeah, that was pretty much my week. My back is still a little sore, but overall, its getting better. This week I am hoping the new hearing aids come in, and I have a hair appointment because my hair is getting too long. I waited as long as possible so that people who needed a cut more than me could get an appointment. I logged in on Friday to see if she had any openings and she had several next Friday so I grabbed one.

So, whats new with you this week? Did you read any of the same books I did? Did you find any great book deals I need to grab ASAP? Let me know in the comments!

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8 responses to “#SundayPost: June is half over?!

  1. Glad your back is feeling better. That’s always a good thing. New electronics are fun too. I had two iPads at one point. My daughter is still using one of them, but my mom killed the other. Restaurants just opened here for outdoor dining this past week, but I have not ventured out. I believe the salons are open again, but the waits are crazy, and they are operating at lower capacity and less hours. Good luck with the hearing aids. I hope you find a pair that works well for you.

  2. Glad that your back is better! And the new hearing aid will be without that fancy new technology stuff right? Anyway have a great week samantha!

  3. So glad your back is feeling better and I very much hope your new hearing aids are improved. I am very envious that you were able to get your hair done – our hairdressers are still closed and I had an appointment scheduled for the day after official lockdown, so my need is great! I hope the coming week is a good one for you:))

  4. Glad you got to see your dad! And isn’t it nice when restaurants can really do the distancing thing like that? I have to admire the ones that really make an effort and do it right. Some of the places around here are just jamming people in like the “old days” lol but it’s a bit disheartening to see people not taking precautions? But then the places that are – it’s nice to see them doing it.

    That video cracked me up. 🙂

  5. Glad you had a good outing with your dad. I was missing my dad a lot yesterday. And good luck with the new hearing aids. I hope the new ones are a better fit for you. I don’t think there’s any way I could go 3 weeks without my iPad. LOL

  6. Love that you got to have some special time with your father, and yes most businesses are pretty good about these safety precautions. And yay for new electronics, I love my Ipad too. I use it for so many things too. Its always good to support Black authors and looks like you grabbed up some great books love Talia Hibbert, her books are so relatable and fun.

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