Sunday Post #421 Sofa Travels

May 17th, 2020 Kimberly Sunday Post 46 Comments

17th May
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My Mom is home and has a nurse coming in. This week I traveled to Key West, Florida and survived a hurricane, traversed space with a rogue SecUnit, visited an odd town filled with the living and the dead. Got itchy with a famous witchy and in my spare time, I solved a serial killer murder and visited a magical Inn. That’s right… I read and listened to books from all genres and was transported!🤣 Elbow hugs – Stay Caffeinated.

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46 Responses to “Sunday Post #421 Sofa Travels”

  1. RO

    Glad your mom is home and doing a little better. My goodness to be able to travel to Key West and having to deal with a hurricane ure sounds scary. Glad you are doing well, and I’m sending some air hugs, RO

  2. Sophia Rose

    You did go a few places and they look fun. I was along with you on the SecUnit adventure. 🙂

    Have a great week, Kimberly!

  3. Sophie

    Pfew you had me worried and impressed for 30 seconds Kimberly! I was all :”Damn! That woman has been so badass this week!” LOL
    Reading in all genres is the best way to avoid boredom and book slump!
    Have a great Sunday

  4. Amy Aed

    Happy to hear that mum could come home! And these book all sound super interesting, I would definitely like to give them a try!

  5. Lark @ The Bookwyrm's Hoard

    I’m so glad your mom is home, and I hope that means she’s doing better. Reading is a great way to travel and escape our current circumstances, isn’t it? I find I’m drawn to fantasy, books set in the past, and books with a paranormal element — basically, books that aren’t in the real world and present time — because they let me spend time in a world that’s very different from here and now.

    Lark @ The Bookwyrm's Hoard recently posted: Sunday Post – 5/17/2020
  6. Berls

    You had me for a minute LOL! I was like she’s traveling now?! Glad you had some great reads. And good to hear that your mom is home with a nurse. Elbow hugs!

  7. Jessica @ a GREAT read

    LOL! You had me going for a bit! I thought, you traveled? For what reason? Then as I read more, I started to catch on! Glad your mom came home though!

    Nice new reads! All new to me ones but I hope you will enjoy each and every one of them!

    Here’s my StS

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower 🙂

  8. bookworm

    Good for you! My reading has been slow lately again but I’m hoping to focus more on reading this week. Stay well!

  9. sjhigbee

    And that’s the glory of being a reader… you are never truly bored or alone, so long as you have a library of books alongside:)). I hope your mom makes a rapid recovery, Kimberly and elbow hugs back atcha.

  10. Natalie @Natflix&Books

    I had such a hard time reading this week. Every time I picked up a book, I’d put it back down a minute later and picked up my phone instead. Oh well. Happy reading!

  11. Nicci @ Sunny Buzzy Books

    I’m loving catching up with an itchy witchy… I’ve missed her and her merry band of oddballs. 🙂
    Sofa surfing through different worlds is the only way to stay sane throughout all this.
    Here’s to another week of adventures!

    Nicci @ Sunny Buzzy Books recently posted: Weekly Update #112
  12. jessicabookworm

    Good to hear your mum is home now and that you’ve been travelling so voraciously in your reading – I do love how books can transport us anywhere in the world. I myself have been to an all-girls school in Brussels and a glamorous hotel in Monte Carlo this week. I was also really grabbed by the covers for your new mystery/thrillers book – They look great, so happy reading!

    jessicabookworm recently posted: Sunday Reflection | 17th May 2020
  13. Katherine

    I’m glad your mom is home with the nurse coming in. Sounds much more comfortable. What an exciting week you had! Vicarious adventures are pretty great – especially because you can have them while wearing comfy clothes. Those Heather Graham books are calling my name but I’m trying to resist because I bought the three that came out last year and STILL haven’t read them. Have a great week!

  14. Greg

    Sounds like you had some nice journeys this week. 🙂 I’m looking forward to catching up with Murderbot myself here soon hopefully!

    Best wishes to your mom, Kimba, and be well this week.