Friday, September 29, 2023

The Taking Next Week Off Weekly Link Round-Up


I've been hit hard by a flu bug, and it's sapped all my energy and enthusiasm. I haven't logged on to my computer, I haven't responded to comments  or approved comments on older posts. What I have done is sleep. A lot. 

How bad had it gotten? You know something is wrong when I don't even want to read the new Walt Longmire book that's sitting on my bedside table. Can you believe it? Walt?!?

I am on the slow mend, but I have decided that I'm not going to post anything next week, and I refuse to feel bad about it. I think the last time that happened was a few years ago when I was hospitalized. (If there's one good result from Covid, it's the fact that now you can get almost anyone to come to you.)
So be good to yourselves while I rest and read. If all goes well, I'll be back on October 9.
Enjoy the links!

►Books & Other Interesting Tidbits◄
►Book Banning & Censorship◄

►Channeling My Inner Indiana Jones◄
►Channeling My Inner Elly May Clampett◄
►The Wanderer◄
►Fascinating Folk◄
►I ♥ Lists◄

No matter how busy you may be, don't forget that quality Me Time curled up with a good book!


  1. I am so sorry to hear you've been sick, Cathy! By all means take a break, rest up and get better. We'll all be here when you get back.

    1. I'm still feeling puny, and wouldn't be online if I hadn't had to pay bills.

  2. Wonderful "favorite bird" pictures. The Evening Grosbeak is one of my own favorite birds. We used to get them as winter visitors when we lived farther north, but they seldom make it this far south. Rest and recover and feel better soon. We will look forward to your return.

  3. Take care of yourself and feel better soon!

  4. So sorry that you are sick. Maybe you will recover enough to read the Walt Longmire book. Maybe some chicken soup would help. Thank you for the links.

    1. I have begun to pick up Walt, but I've been reading other books instead.

  5. Oh goodness, that sounds nasty. Take care and get well soon.

  6. Denis has been such a help, bless 'im. And if anyone want to know how bad it's been, not only have I not been reading Walt Longmire, I also haven't touched my knitting needles in almost TWO WEEKS.

  7. Omigosh. Now I know you're really sick - no Walt Longmire and no knitting! Hope you recover soon.


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