The Sunday Post ~ That was one BIG Dump ~ Week in READview!

Posted December 20, 2020 by Michelle in The Sunday Post, WIReadview / 14 Comments

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Week in READview:

Of Snow! What did you think I was talking about? 😉

Monday we had a few flurries which was nice but Wednesday into Thursday the sky opened up and took a snow dump on us. 11 inches in my area. My husband and I both took the day off so we can pretty much shovel for 3 hours. I am currently unable to move but that’s what happens when you barely do anything for 10 months in quarantine. My old bones can’t take that much snow anymore. lol

One thing that this pandemic has done for the kids in this area is eliminate snow days. Now that kids can do virtual it is an easy switch if there is going to be snow. So my sons school will be using those days and Monday is his last day of school until the 4th. I am going to assume my daughters school is going to use the days at the end of the year but they haven’t mentioned doing anything yet with the days.

This week will be super busy, I have so much that I need to do before xmas but thankfully I was able to wrap gifts and just need a few more things and I am set. Regardless of everything that has happened this year, I am really looking forward to Christmas and that I took off the week after. I am so ready for a real break.

I haven’t done any more posts for the new year but I plan to do a few things during the week I am off. Since I want to try to be as far ahead as I can be but I really do plan to take a nice break that week.

Still working on my Mistletoe Montana books and they do have a little bit of a connection. Christmas Wish seems like it was in a different place but Tangle My Tinsel is my favorite, it was such a cute book! So far I am very happy I decided to read this series. Can’t wait for next weeks set.

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14 responses to “The Sunday Post ~ That was one BIG Dump ~ Week in READview!

  1. Wow, that’s a lot of snow. It snowed here for 3 days last week, but it was light snow. I grew up in Colorado, where it snows a ton, and we hardly ever got snow days. The plows were too efficient at keeping the roads clear! Have a great week!

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  2. Oh my gosh shoveling kills me now lol where a few years ago I’d just be hurling that stuff. Frickin aging sucks lol.

    I love Christmas too and am looking forward to it. Mostly the food haha. Okay not really but that is a highlight… 🙂

    Hope you have guys have an awesome holiday!!

  3. Yes we got much more in Minnesota when I was there and they didn’t close school once during my daughter’s high school even with 24 or 30 inches. They do have the equipment to handle it though. I’m glad to be in NC where it only snows a day or two a year and doesn’t last. I’m happy with days in the 40-50s and nights around freezing. I’m thrilled to hear you are taking the week off after Christmas. I wish you the very best holiday with peace and joy!

    Anne – Books of My Heart This is my Sunday Post

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  4. I’m jealous of all your snow but not jealous of the shoveling. Because my school district is rural, not everyone has internet access so our snow days are still snow days unless we prepare in advance. But, we had to close the rest of the week (T-F) because we had too many sick staff, students, and bus drivers!
    Happy Holidays!!

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  5. Eleven inches? Yeah, that will get the joints nice and stiff for sure. We only had three so I barely had to do much shoveling. Sounds like you are pretty set for the holidays and are looking forward to a good break. I think I saw on the news that one district somewhere gave their kids ‘snow days’. For parents working at home, it probably wasn’t the treat the district meant it to be. LOL
    Glad you’re enjoying your Mistletoe MT series. Neat how each is by a different author.

    Have a good week, Michelle!

  6. I hope your body recovers quickly from all that snow shoveling.

    Good luck with the Christmas preparations, I only have to wrap a few gifts and then I am done with everything. Sounds fun to be reading some Christmas themed books this time of the year. I am using this month to just read what I want to read and am almost finished with re-reading 3 books in a series where book 4 will be released for next year.

    I hope you’ll have a great Christmas! And that sounds nice you took a week off so you can have a break too.

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  7. All I can say to your snow is keep it up there. 🙂 Sorry, that you are sore from shoveling snow. I get the sore muscles from stacking wood on the porch for our fireplace…blah. Another reason I hate this time of year. Counting down the days to Spring! 🙂 Hope you all have a great Christmas!

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