Sunday Post #424 Storms, Audiobooks and Walking

June 14th, 2020 Kimberly Sunday Post 45 Comments

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Things went well this week and while it still breaks me, it was the best outcome we could hope for. Thank you for the prayers, thoughts and virtual hugs. I’ve been trying to walk off my anxiety and escape reality with audiobooks. It has really helped and I feel better for it. We had some wicked storms roll through and I loved watching them. Be Kind and Stay Caffeinated.

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45 Responses to “Sunday Post #424 Storms, Audiobooks and Walking”

  1. Tyler H. Jolley

    Hey Kimba, I’m so sorry you’ve been stressing so much. I think I have a couple codes for a free audible for Adventurous Ali. If you’d like them, shoot me an email tylerhjolley at gmail dot com. Sending you good thoughts.

  2. Katherine

    I’m glad you go the best outcome you could hope for but I know that doesn’t mean that things are easy whatever they may be. Glad the walking and audiobooks are helping with stress. Hope this week is calmer and you have wonderful reading!

  3. sjhigbee

    So sorry you are going through such a fraught time, though relieved that the outcome is as good as it can get… Thank goodness for walks and audiobooks! I hope the coming week is a kind one, Kimberly:)x

  4. MarthaE

    I continue to lift you and your family in prayer.
    I am glad that reading helps to give you an escape and some stress relief.
    I hope you stay safe through the storms, natural and man-made.
    Have a good week and enjoy your reading.

  5. Lindsi

    I still need to read the Innkeeper Chronicles, but haven’t had a chance! I love Ilona Andrews, so I’m sure I’ll start it soon. Do you know if it’s the same narrator that does the Kate Daniels and Hidden Legacy series?

    I hope you and yours are doing okay. I’m using audiobooks to get out of my head as well. They’re wonderful tools for anxiety and a need for escape. I don’t know what you’re dealing with, but sending positive vibes and love your way. <3

    Lindsi @ Do You Dog-ear? 💬

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  6. Sophia Rose

    Good on you for maintaining through your private difficulty. Way to go with the reading and walking. I am curious about that new Eve Langlais series so will look forward to your review. I think your heat and storms is headed our way in a few days.

    Have a good week, Kimberly!

  7. Lover of Romance

    oh I get it, I battle anxiety and this year has been a rough one and it just keeps getting worse. I just hope the hate and violence ends soon and hope something will happen to unify us. Happy to hear that audiobooks are offering you a great relaxing escape that you need. I see an Eve Langlais there….hope you enjoy it. She is a great escape. Have a great healing week!

  8. Yna

    Please always stay safe. Hope you’ll get to find peace of mind and experience better weather in the days to come.

  9. Anne - Books of My Heart

    I hope everything will continue to go well. I am trying to get out and walk a bit more. It’s been raining 5 days a week and that doesn’t make it easy. Next up will be extreme summer heat no doubt. Happy reading!

  10. Lola

    I am sorry to hear your week wasn’t as good, but that’s nice you got to escape reality for a bit with your audiobooks. I also hope to listen to Halfway There. I already read Hunting Fiends for the Ill Equipped and it’s awesome, I hope you’ll enjoy it as well. I hope next week is a better one for you!

  11. Sophie

    Kimberly I am sorry for what you are going through. I don’t know the details but I am thinking of you.

  12. Jessica @ a GREAT read

    Good to hear that the best outcome happened. Hope all continues to go well with that matter.

    Yay for new reads! Lots of new to me ones but seeing The Year of the Witching a bit lately. I hope you enjoy all of the new reads!

    Here’s my StS

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower 🙂

  13. Michelle@BecauseReading

    You must let me know if you like the Year of the Witching. I have been stalking that book.
    I love to take a walk when I am feeling overwhelmed, it helps me clear my head.
    Sending you tons of hugs!

    Have a great week, Kim! Happy Reading! xx

  14. Mareli

    If all else fails, keep on reading. Books never fail us. Been there for me during some really tough times too!

  15. A Voracious Reader

    I hate that you’re going through rough times. I send my {{{posivibes}}} and I’m glad the best outcome happened. Thank goodness for books, right? I hope this week is better.

  16. jessicabookworm

    Kimberly, I am sorry to hear you have been going through a tough time, but glad you feel you got the best outcome and that you’ve had audiobooks to escape into. We also had a wicked storm last night – It was very cool! Take care and happy reading/listening. 🙂

    jessicabookworm recently posted: Sunday Reflection | 14th June 2020
  17. Tressa @ Wishful Endings

    I’m glad for you even though this sounds like a tough situation regardless. I love watching storms too. We haven’t had too many and it’s been so dry so hopefully that will change without adding to the three wildfires in our state. I hope you have a good week and listen to some fabulous books!

  18. Lark @ The Bookwyrm's Hoard

    Hang in there, Kimberly… I’m glad things went well, and I’m glad you’re taking care of yourself. Still sending hugs and prayers.

    There’s something exciting and cathartic about a storm blowing through — as long as it doesn’t do any damage!

    Lark @ The Bookwyrm's Hoard recently posted: Sunday Post – 6/14/2020
  19. Greg

    Sending you good vibes and prayers Kimba- take care of yourself! And same here with storms- we had a heck of a windstorm a few days ago.

    Auxiliary- wow that’s quite a cover!

    • Lorna

      I don’t know what you’re dealing with but I’m glad you have the best outcome. Life is the pits at times! Sending a big hug!