Sunday Post #111 – Science Week and the Flu

February 12, 2017 Features 7

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Happy Sunday y’all! What a week. Little man had Science Week at school which meant that he got to dissect an earthworm and make an anatomy vest with some of the juniors from the high school. He had so much fun this week. The areas schools not so much though. Our area has been hit hard with the flu, so hard in fact that the local schools closed for half the week to disinfect and allow students (and teachers) a chance to get better. Thankfully no flu for us, just head colds….I’ll take it 😀

Speaking of science, we binged watched the White Rabbit Project on Netflix this week. If you were ever a fan of Mythbusters, you’ll enjoy the show. I love Grant, Tory, and Kari <3 Seriously, did anyone watch Mythbusters for the other guys?! I grew up watching the show and loved these three the best. And since little man loves science, he enjoyed the show. We let him watch it until the F-bomb was dropped. So, yeah…not a family show which was a bit disappointing considering little man’s love of science and the fact he was enjoying the show. Oh well!

This week I listened to both A Wicked Thing and Kingdom of Ashes by Rhiannon Thomas. I really enjoyed the series and I enjoyed listening to it while I crocheted. It was a nice way to spend my time.

Currently Reading

Book Cover for "Rhapsodic" by Laura ThalassaBook Cover for "King's Cage" by Victoria Aveyard

I am currently rereading Rhapsodic by Laura Thalassa just because I want to 😉 and started reading King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard last night.

Last Week on the Blog

Coming Up this Week

  • Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones – review
  • Top Ten Tuesday | “All About Romance Tropes/Types” via the Broke and the Bookish
  • Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen – audio review
  • The Gender Secret by Bella Forrest
  • Weekend Reads | #famous by Jilly Gagnon

This Week’s Book Fix

What are you reading this week?

This is a busy week for us. Not only is Valentine’s Day on Tuesday, but little man’s birthday is Friday and then his party is Saturday with my birthday party falling a few days later. My poor husband 😆 Also our house should be finished later this week (if they are on schedule) which means we are that much closer to closing! I’m SO excited!!!

Reading wise, I’m not sure how much time I’ll have to actually read this week so I’m going to wing it. I have a few ARCs left for this month and several from the backlog I need to get to so I’ve got plenty to choose from.

What did you read this week? Any Valentine’s plans? Share below


7 Responses to “Sunday Post #111 – Science Week and the Flu”

  1. Lisa Mandina (Lisa Loves Literature)

    That Rhapsodic cover is awesome! I haven’t read Glass Sword yet. I was really excited, then didn’t get an ARC of it, and I had an ARC of Red Queen. So now I’m behind, plus I heard not so great reviews of Glass Sword. I’ll get to it at some point I guess. Hope you have a great week and the flu stays away. Check out my Sunday Post in the link below!
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  2. Michelle @Because Reading

    You have a lot of exciting things happening! I am very excited for you all!
    WOW, They closed the school we have never had that here. However, I think the stomach bug is going around so I have my fingers crossed it doesn’t come back into this house.

    I hope you have a great week, Lillian! Happy Reading! ox
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  3. Charlie

    I’m surprised our school didn’t close down. We had some classes only half full! Glad you all escaped unscathed. Your son’s science activities sound so fun! In all of my K-12 education, we never got to dissect anything! It was very disappointing.

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