#SundayPost: Yay snow!

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Posted January 13, 2019 in Roundup Tags:

Sunday Post

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!

What I Reviewed:

What’s Coming Up:

  •   Securing Caite by Susan Stoker
  •   Avalanche by Cambria Hebert
  •   Pack Challenge by Shelly Laurenston

This Week’s New Releases:

Open Giveaways:

What I Found Online:

Yeah, I got nothing…

This Week’s Book Haul:

Non-Bookish News:

I survived my 1st week back to school/work. It actually wasn’t terrible! The kids seemed to fall back into the grove pretty quick, which was good because it was the last week of the semester so I needed them to be on their A game! Monday starts the new semester so the kids have some new classes and schedules which will make Monday a little hectic. The kids get flustered with change and my freshmen sometimes don’t know where to go or when to go there. So, Monday will be interesting!

Monday and Tuesday it was 60 degrees here. Wednesday arrives and it got CRAZY cold and windy (like, the high was 26 degrees that day). Then the reports of snow started. By Friday night, there was a winter storm warning for Saturday and Sunday. They predicted 3-5 inches. We got about 4. My dogs love it! If you want to see pics, check out my stories on Instagram!

Friday I had my endocrinologist appointment. Overall it went well-there isn’t anything majorly wrong. However, my TSH was higher than we like which can explain some of my fatigue and anxiety. So, she bumped up my meds from 75 mcg to 88 mcg to see if that will help. She also switched me from a daily injection of meds to a weekly one, so I am glad for that!

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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15 responses to “#SundayPost: Yay snow!

  1. Several things here …You have The Bride test! I am so jealous!!!! Now we are still waiting for the snow and my dog loves it soo Samantha. And I know a lot about TSH problems as my daughter has Ashimoto and has to monitor her TSH level at least twice a week. Have a great Sunday!

    • I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s years ago. It is not picnic! Usually, my TSH is stable enough I only have to do the bloodwork every six months. This was the first time since we got my meds regimented that I have had this drastic of a change.

  2. We didn’t get the snow and out dog loves it too so I hope to at least have one good snow storm for Dexter.
    I need to find my son a endocrinologist but I have to wait until after this blood test to see if his thyroid levels are still high. They are not easy to find with his insurance.

    Im glad to here going back wasn’t that bad. I hope Monday is a good day for you.

    Have a great week, Samantha! Happy Reading! xx

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  3. Glad the first week back went well! I always kinda like getting back to routines after a holiday, although the transition can be tough. Especially for teachers I imagine! And I hear you on the weather. It’s been cold here but then we got a nice day today- sunny anyway- but winter seems to have taken over haha!

  4. How exciting that you got The Bride Test! Glad the first week back went fairly smoothly. Hopefully this week does too, even with the changes. It’s been unseasonably warm here (in the 70’s) and I’ve been bemoaning the fact that I want some winter!

    Tanya @ Girl Plus Books recently posted: The Sunday Post #137
  5. The fatigue that comes with thyroid problems is no joke… I was put on meds after the birth of my son (which was the trigger for my thyroid issues) and in the beginning blood tests were 6 weekly and they were always messing with the dosage. Thankfully, I’ve been stable for years now but the fatigue… That never seems to go away. Just gets a bit better/worse depending on various factors. *sigh*

    I’m glad that your first week back was a good one! 🙂

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    • The doc asked me about my fatigue and I was like “I don’t know what its like to NOT be fatigued”. Its just my new normal. There are days when I sleep from 8pm Friday night until 4 pm Saturday afternoon.

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