Sunday, June 19

Ketchup Sunday and Father's Day

~'Sunday Ketchup' was inspired by The Muse in the Fog's 'Suddenly Sunday' postings. However, mine are going to be a little bit different. Also when I went to spell 'Catchup' I accidentally spelled it wrong and put 'Ketchup'. I thought it was cute, so I kept it. Also, I'm addicted to ketchup! I want one of those ketchup shirts that says "I <3 Ketchup". Wouldn't that be cute? Every week, or whenever I remember, I'm going to post events that happened this past week, things coming up next week, updates, and news. You can join in and post your own 'Sunday Ketchup' postings, just make sure to mention me...if you want ^.^ ~

Welcome to yet another 'Sunday Ketchup'. First, I wanted to say happy Father's Day to everyone who's a dad!!  

I actually couldn't wait to write this up and post it. It's kind of fun to think back on the week. This week has been odd. I didn't have class, but I've been working a lot. When I wasn't working, I tried to keep myself active and get out of the house. Which I accomplished. My week had a lot of up and downs, how was your week?

Past Week Posts:

What Came in the Mail/Store?:
A lot! I actually stopped by this cute little used bookstore in Almont called ReLiteration. Someone suggested this place to me a long while ago, but I never went until this week. I fell in love with the place! It's tiny, but it's quite literally a house filled with books. Every room is filled with a genre of books. It was interesting. If you ever come to Michigan, check this place out. In total I bought six books:

Tim Hortons News:
Nothing fantastic. 

Anything New Coming Up?:
Nope, not that I can think off right now.

What's Going to Be Posted Next Week:
Just the usual stuff. 'Tokaido Road" is a good sized book, so I doubt I'll finish it this week. I will be posting the review for 'Anne of the Thousand Days' this week sometime.

Anything Else?:
Again, happy Father's Day! Especially to my dads!!

My dad, Greg, and his finacee

Dad's in the middle with the yellow flowered necklace. This is my favorite. Wow look how young I use to be!



Joanne said...

I love little bookstores that have a homey feel----so welcoming and comforting!

Interested to see what you thought of Anne of a Thousand Days. An oldie but goodie.

Carole Rae said...

I love little bookstores too. The owners are usually very nice.

I'm looking forward to watching it!

Blodeuedd said...

I want to visit that store :D Now that would be fun.

As for F's day, that's in November here so quite some time still

Carole Rae said...

Oh, you would love that bookstore. It was jammed packed full of books!