The Sunday Salon

The Sunday Salon is hosted by Readerbuzz.

What I’m reading now:

I read a chapter a day in Adam Bede by George Eliot.

Dark Night of the Soul by Saint John of the Cross.

Sabriel by Garth Nix.

The Fall of Numenor by J.R.R. Tolkien.

In Good Time by Jen Pollock Michel.

The Viking Heart by Arthur Herman

Walt Whitman, Complete Poetry and Collected Prose.

I’m enjoying all of the books. Sabriel is out of my normal type of book to read, and I did this on purpose. I want to explore/read this type of genre.

All the above links are to Goodreads.

What else is going on in my life?

This afternoon at 2 PM it is 59 but feels cooler. The humidity is high. The wind is slight and from the south. Heavy overcast sky has gone away, and I see only bright blue sky.

On January 1, that evening, my 17-year-old grandson who has several mental health conditions had a violent outburst at his home. Then he talked of ending his life. The next morning, he voluntarily went to stay in a psych treatment center for several days. He had medication changes. He is in counseling. After 5 days he was discharged home. This was emotionally draining on all of the family. It is a difficult and ominous way to begin a new year. So far, he is fine. Back in school. Track began last week.

My husband has a sinus infection…again. He has probably had it several days or weeks. Yesterday, after a doctor appointment, he is on an antibiotic.

I am fine, busy with life and busy with several books I’m juggling to read.

Today is a lovely day at home.

Enjoy your weekend!

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7 thoughts on “The Sunday Salon

  1. Sorry to hear about your grandson, hope he continues to get better! Same for your husband.

    Sinus infections are a yearly thing with my daughter and her family. My son gets layrngitis every year!

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