Sunday Post #451 Happy Holidays to All….

December 20th, 2020 Kimberly Sunday Post 44 Comments

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I am still away, apologies. Hubby had some surgery and I’ve been helping as the new mommy recovers. I am assuming things will return to normal in the new year. For now, I am not sweating it. Life is too short. Be safe, be kind, and Stay Caffeinated. Happy Holidays to all!

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44 Responses to “Sunday Post #451 Happy Holidays to All….”

  1. Carla

    Happy Holidays Kimberly. Enjoy your time with mommy and the new baby and take care of your hubby. Don’t stress and enjoy your time.

  2. Katherine

    I hope Mr. Caffeinated and new mommy are recovering well and you are getting some rest in between all that caretaking and having a lovely week!

  3. Lorna

    I hope your husband’s surgery went well. And of course hope your daughter and Hazel are doing good. Hope you have a good holiday week.

  4. MarthaE

    I hope your husband recovers quickly and that you enjoy your time with your family.
    It is special to be able to help when a newborn arrives in a household.
    I am still trying to decide if I will formally join any challenges for the new year.
    May you have a safe and lovely Christmas week!

  5. Sophia Rose

    Yep, no promises seems to be the way to go with family especially with the new baby in the midst. Wishing hubby well.

    Have a good Christmas week, Kimberly!

  6. Lola

    I hope your husband is doing well. And hopefully your daughter is doing well too, that’s sweet that you’re helping her out. I hope you all have a great Christmas. Looks like you got some great new reads as well. I hope you’ll enjoy Delivering Evil for Experts!

  7. Jan @ Notes from a Readerholic

    Happy holidays, Kimberly, and I agree that you shouldn’t worry about taking some time off. (I’ve been doing that for the last month–and am taking the time between now the new year, too.)

    I hope you hubby is doing well and hope the new Mom and baby are well and happy.

    Happy holidays and hope you have some good books to read!

    Jan @ Notes from a Readerholic recently posted: Sunday Post: Christmas nearly here
  8. A Voracious Reader

    I haven’t been around either (doing room rearranging and purging the crap here), so no worries. I see you have Delivering Evil for Experts. I picked it up on KU when it came out and have yet to get to it. GAH! However, I’m seeing a light at the end of the tunnel and I intend to binge, binge, binge. I hope you have a safe and happy week.

  9. sjhigbee

    Oh my word! You’ve got it all going on right now, Kimberly… I hope Hubby makes a speedy recovery and that mother and baby are doing well. Just remember to put your feet up now and then – you need to look after yourself too! I hope your holidays are happy and peaceful, with a chance to relax.

  10. Iza

    What a worrying time for you, fortunately your granddaughter is here to brighten up those dark times. I hope your husband recovers quickly and that you might be able to get some quiet time at last. *hugs* Take care 🙂

  11. Greg

    Happy holidays Kimba! Hope your husband has a smooth recovery and that you and your family have a wonderful Christmas!