Weekly Update (10/24/20)

Hello Lovely Bookworms!

This week has been like every other week, haha.

Every time I leave my house for errands on Wednesday, there is always something that makes it take longer. First world problems, I know. 😂

My sister also found out on Thursday that she has Covid. I live in a different state as my family so we’re okay. She at least gets some sort of pay from her work for the two weeks she has to quarantine but for my mom, who she lives with, she won’t since she is self-employed as a house cleaner. At least they are doing okay. My sister says for her its just been like a cold. I’m glad it hasn’t been worse.

I feel like lately I focus on the negative more than the positive. There is definitely a lot to be grateful for and I need to remember that.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and stay safe. ❤


Blog Posts From This Week:

Books Finished This Week:

  • Ghost Town (The Morganville Vampires #9) by Rachel Caine (audiobook)
  • Next Stop Love by Rachel Stockbridge (ebook/arc)
  • The Twelve Dates of Christmas by Jenny Bayliss (ebook)
  • The Project by Courtney Summers (ebook/arc)
  • Sheets by Brenna Thummler (ebook/graphic novel)
  • Love in Lockdown by Chloe James (ebook/arc)
  • Scritch Scratch by Lindsay Currie (ebook)

Currently Reading:

  • Where Dreams Descend by Janella Angeles (audiobook/reread)
  • Enjoy the View (Moose Springs, Alaska #3) by Sarah Morgenthaler (ebook/arc)

How was your week? Did you do anything fun over the weekend? Read anything good this week? Let me know in the comments!

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-Joanna TheGeekishBrunette (1)

18 thoughts on “Weekly Update (10/24/20)

    1. Thank you! Yeah, they usually just went out for regular errands like groceries and went to work. They’ve followed all guidelines too. 😔 at least it hasn’t been bad for her.

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  1. Oh my, I hope your sister doesn’t suffer too badly from it and that she recovers soon!! Hope everyone else in your family stays well, too! With all the negative energy it’s so easy to focus on the negative but you’re right, there’s so much still to be grateful for! Have a great weekend and week ahead, Joanna ❤️

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    1. She’s just sad she can’t taste anything, lol. Dr. Pepper just isn’t the same. She is being a trooper! Thank you, Dini. ❤😊 I hope you have a wonderful week ahead!


  2. I’m glad you’re sister isn’t feeling too bad! Amazingly the school I work in has been fine so far. Now on half term so looking forward to a week of relaxing!

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    1. Me too! It could be a lot worse. That’s great your school hasn’t had any issues. It makes it hard to not know what will happen day-by-day because anything can change with this virus.

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  3. Sorry to hear about your sister and mom. My best to them for a full recovery and no major loss of income. I’m a small business owner too, and keeping it Covid-free is a daily struggle and constant worry. The public tends to stay away (understandably) once they get word that your business was infected. Thank you for liking my recent post about my short story. Stay safe and healthy.

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    1. Yeah, it’s definitely a struggle and there are a lot of guidelines to follow. Hopefully my mom won’t have many issues with her clients after the 14 day period. It’s an interesting world we live in at the moment. You’re welcome! I hope you stay safe as well.

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    1. Thank you! ❤ it’s definitely been hard for them but at least my brother wasn’t around them so he can take stuff and leave it outside their house.

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