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Sunday Update – December 11, 2022

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog.

I don't have a ton to report this week. My husband was out of town for a few days, and I was splitting my time between home and hospital visits. When I was home, I was taking care of the kids and Lulu and writing. Besides my usual daily exercise routine, I didn't get out much except to go grocery shopping and to one doctor's appointment.

The hospital visits are over now though, thankfully. My family member is back at their house with end-of-life care. I hope to go visit them early this coming week for an hour or so. Otherwise, this week will be more of the same except that my husband will be gone for even longer as he is traveling to Boston this week for work. I plan to get us by with a pot of soup and lots of takeout.

I also plan on finishing Ean's Rare Gift this week and getting straight into edits. There's not much story editing to do because I've been editing as I go. But lower-level edits will take place so I can get this story to my newsletter list around Christmas.

I made baked ziti for both me and my cousin. It was delicious. I will definitely make it again.

Lulu continues to bring love and joy.

Getting Lulu out for evening walks when my husband isn't here is tough. She often does not want to go with me. She wants DADDY! But this week I managed to convince her to go to the park right before sunset.

Sometimes I buy the groceries, put away all the frozen or cold stuff, and leave the rest for the kids to put away when they come home from school.

Our tree is up! And includes the classic ornaments…

I made this MidJourney image for a Facebook post about this month's full moon. Version 4 is so good!

Finally, it was a tough week, so cheers! We got through it.

Have a great week everyone! Stay safe and healthy.

S. J. Pajonas