Month: July 2020

Weekend Book Friends #5

Weekend Book Friends #5

It’s the weekend and although the sun is shining, it’s dreadfully cold. Perfect weather to move all the week’s work aside and pull the books and weekend shenanigans closer. Daddy’s been away the whole week, so we are eagerly awaiting his return. In the meantime, Mommy is busy wit a bit of Diamond Painting and […]

Posted July 31, 2020

Wednesday Wisdom from The Little Prince

I believe that all bookworms start off as exactly that – a worm. Yes, we tend to stick with the title “Bookworm”, but that isn’t actually what we are, is it? We leave our cocoons eventually and become butterflies that fly to different worlds and realities on our magical wings of words and stories.  Some […]

Posted July 29, 2020

The Sunday Post #5

Hooray, hooray! I couldn’t be happier today. Even if you offered me my very own packet of perky pink salmon. Do you SEEEEEE our template?? This was the template my Mommy chose originally when she started blogging again, about a month or so ago. Obviously I nudged a bit. The template is called “fluffy white […]

Posted July 26, 2020

Bear Town by Fredrik Backman

Title: Bear Town Author: Fredrik Backman Published: 2016 (Simon and Schuster) Pages: 432 Format: Paperback Recommend to: If you like ice hockey, small town politics, the difference between right and wrong and good and evil – read this.  Rating:  Synopsis: People say Beartown is finished. A tiny community nestled deep in the forest, it is slowly losing […]

Posted July 25, 2020
Weekend Book Friends #4

Weekend Book Friends #4

It’s Friday and the most beautiful day out there. It’s also the first day my mommy has opened the blog and doing anything one here. It’s been a busy week, but a good one. We’re just about done with Bear Town by Fredrik Backman and we need to find something else to read this weekend.  Mommy got […]

Posted July 24, 2020

The Sunday Post #4

Greetings Humans! I am lying here with my Mommy and on the radio is playing a rather upbeat song (LM Radio, you should try it out. They play all the oldies and goodies). But not even the song gets me to lift my pretty head. Goodness gracious great balls of fire – the past two […]

Posted July 19, 2020

Vywervrou-trilogie deur Chanette Paul

Net so voor ek begin om lekker te gesels oor die vroue van Vywerbaai, moet ek eers gou bieg. Soos Corali se familie, is ek ook ‘n dopper en ons kan mos vreeslik lank en swaar dra aan ons vooropgestelde idees. Ek het laas met Chanette Paul te doen gehad toe ek een Kersfees uit blote verveeldheid […]

Posted July 18, 2020
Weekend Book Friends #3

Weekend Book Friends #3

Greetings Humans! Gosh, can you believe it’s finally Friday? It feels as if at least 50 days have passed since we last had a Friday. My mommy and daddy are  home safely and are both back at work. Or at least Mommy was until Wednesday, and then the school got closed due to Covid 19. […]

Posted July 17, 2020

Wednesday Wisdom with Bertie Wooster

Yesterday’s Top Ten Ten Tuesday was all about books that make you smile. 10 Books that make me smile.  While drafting my post, I came across my Right ho, Jeeves by P.G. Wodehouse and realized that Bertie Wooster and his ever so clever valet, Jeeves, are exactly what we currently need for our rather sour dispositions.  These masks […]

Posted July 15, 2020