3 W Wednesday Book

3 W Wednesday Book

3 W reading list

Thanks for being with me this Wednesday. It’s hump day and half way done with the week. It’s been another busy one with storm recovery going on and my family moving. I am happy to have my computer hooked up and service at my new location This has been a catch up week so not a lot of reading going on:

The Three Ws are:

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

Just finished watching & now reading :


Don’t miss theHallmark Movies & Mystery Originals starring Jewel, based on the Fixer-Upper Mystery series!

In the seaside town of Lighthouse Cove in northern California, everyone knows the best man for the job is actually a woman—contractor Shannon Hammer. But while herhome-renovation and repair business is booming, her love…

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Chicken pot pie

Chicken pot pie

On Wednesday Food blog its all about a Classic Chicken Pot Pie with some short cuts. So let's get cooking : Crust " 1 box of refrigerated pie crust thawed Filling: 1/3 C butter1/2 C milk1/3 C flour 1 3/5 C chicken broth2 C frozen mixed vegetables (thawed) 2 1/2 C shredded chicken meat 1/2 [...]

At the Library * Tuesday

At the Library * Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday

Thanks for stopping in this Tuesday. At the Library we are featuring some great Halloween reads.. So let’s get reading Lisa

My Halloween reading list recommended by my friend Liz:

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“Hazel Martin is the meanest woman in all of Pumpkin Hollow,” I said. Everyone knew it. But I may have said it one time too many, because when she turned up dead, the police were looking at me.

Mia Jordan has just moved home after being gone ten years, and when she discovers a neighbor has been murdered, it casts a shadow on the town’s year-round Halloween theme. Can Mia find the killer and save the town’s Halloween celebration before it’s too late?

Halloween is celebrated all year long in Pumpkin Hollow. There are no paranormal elements, just good clean fun! And a murder, of course.

From the Library

Tricks and treats keep the Halloween spirit alive in…

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Sunday Book post

Sunday Book post

Sunday book post

Welcome to my book Sunday :

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog. This is your news post, so personalize it! Include as much as you want or as little. Be creative, it can be a vlog or just a showcase of your goodies. Link up once a week or once a month, you decide. Book haul can include library books, yard sale finds, arcs and bought books..share them! Feel free to copy and use my Sunday Post image.https://caffeinatedbookreviewer.com

Sunday weekly Update :

So this past week has been one for the record books. Number 3 Hurricane hit Louisiana this week sending us into darkness for much of the week So…

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Traffic Jam Linky Party #254

Traffic Jam Linky Party #254

Linky Party Time




Show us your old posts and more on Traffic Jam Weekend!

Come on in to link up, share, and learn something with us.


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Connect Five Friday : Louisiana

Connect Five Friday : Louisiana

Some Halloween Books to read

Welcome back ! Today’s Connect Five Friday is all about Louisiana a state of mystery and paranormal finding -perfect for my Halloween Friday post.

Powerful attraction in one small bag

Cultures worldwide have long incorporated small bags containing herbs, stones, and other sacred items as part of their belief systems, whether to ward off evil, protect them while traveling or to attract positive elements into their lives. Egyptians carried amulets for protection, Native Americans wore medicine bags filled with healing herbs, and African Americans collected “sticks, stones, roots and bones” inside flannel bags and called them “mojo” or “gris gris.”

Gris gris and sachet bags are, in essence, a prayer or magical spell you can carry with you.

Magic’s in the Bag explores this history, plus offers 75 simple spells to create your own gris gris bag, including bags for prosperity, safe travel, contacting spirits, protection and more. You’ll get…

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Fall Scrapbook

Fall Scrapbook

My today's projects feature the colors of Fall This cute page was simple to make with fall plaid paper layered with gold and a great family friendly recipe. Add the additional scarecrow ,leaves, quote and ribbon for the perfect fall page. Thanks for scrapping with me this Thursday... Lisa

On the Hunt for Joy

On the Hunt for Joy

The topic for this week is Perfect your password for the joy of it. So I took the challenge Lisa : 3911 Football Tickets : My sons college team is rated 23 in the top football college polls. The first time it's has ever happened.... Lisa https://ceenphotography.com/2020/10/07/on-the-hunt-for-joy-challenge-perfect-your-password/