Fave pic of the week
I didn’t post last weekend because I was at my family ‘girls’ weekend. We were in Madison, Ohio, only 40 minutes from me, and our rented house was within 10 minutes of at least 4 wineries, probably more but that’s all we managed to visit. I always appreciate the time and effort from everyone to make this happen every year. Next year my mom and I are in charge of planning.
Highlights of the week This week Gage didn’t have camp (next week either) so we picked up Grandma and headed to the President McKinley Library & Museum and Memorial. It was 55 minutes from home and was a full day affair after we stopped at Aladdin’s for a very late lunch and a quick stop in Books a Million where Gage bought a Lego set and I bought up the board game Labyrinth. It was a fun day. Also, Gage was so proud of himself for completing the library Summer Reading Challenge. We made a special trip to the library so he could get his free book.
Could’ve been better They have started ripping up our side of the street so it’s 2 more weeks of parking on the cul-de-sac and walking through our neighbor’s yard. But at least we got front row seats to how it was done.
Finished reading and listening both of which I reviewed here on the blog.
Still reading and Started reading .
On the Small Screen We wrapped up season 3 of Stranger Things and I finally finished the last season of New Girl. And we’ve starting watching a few shows a week of Justified. I love Timothy Olyphant so I’m a fan.
Plans for the weekend We have a wedding tonight at 5:30 and then there’s this
On the way home from the reception (whatever time that will be) we’ll start listening to a Stephen King Book in the car and then I’ll see if I can make it the rest of the 24. I’ll post updates in IG. I’m stacybuckeye if you want to follow. Here’s my stack to choose from
Anyone else giving the reverse readathon a try?
4 thoughts on “This week in wineries”
I always think your girls trip sounds like so much fun!
I’m proud of Gage too! Tell him I said congratulations!
What a fun time — ladies get together and wine – what could be more fun. How great Gage completed his summer reading goal as well.
Kudos to Gage! I just love it when kids fall in love with reading! … for your readathon, may I suggest The House at the End of Hope Street? I loved it!
What a fun girls weekend! Congrats to Gage on meeting his goal. I’ve noticed a few super reader signs in our neighborhood this summer. Nice to see kids reading in the summer. Good luck with the readathon!