Dragons, Witches, and Vampires.

I’m linking this post to Sunday Post, Stacking the Shelves, and It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?


Now that my tailbone is all healed, I started going back to the gym with the Mister this week. I don’t know what I was thinking because I hurt all over! Apparently he started a new intense high-weight workout for the next few weeks and I just so happened to pop back in right as he was starting it. Needless to say, I’ve been walking around like a mummy. I’m all stiff-legged and moaning. It’s going to be a while until I get back into the groove of things.

Yesterday was the cacti and succulent society summer show. I’ve enjoyed going to these shows because there are so many unique plants there that I’ve never seen anywhere else. Plus, they have a contest of the best plants. So, you get the chance to look at some really magnificent cacti/succulents. However, because we wound up buying so many plants, we didn’t end up walking the show afterwards to check out the prize winners. Which I’m okay with because my plant obsession is going to new heights. I don’t need to find more plants to add to my wish list. We got a lot of interesting plants that I’ve never seen before, as well as a kickass octopus pot from Tentacle Arts who was there for the show. We went a bit overboard in our purchases but since this is the last society show before we move out of the area, we sort of just bought everything that caught our eye. I’m just hoping I can keep everything alive, especially when we move to the desert in a couple of months. While the Mister bought cacti which will love being in the Mojave desert, my jungle plants will require a lot more attention and love if they are to survive the dry, hot climate out there. No regrets though because they are super cool!




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Thank you Disney-Hyperion, Entangled, and Berkley for Umbertouched, Burning Bright , Bring Me Their Hearts, and Wild Hunger



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9 Thoughts on “Dragons, Witches, and Vampires.

  1. Good luck on the move. Love the plants. I can’t keep anything alive.

  2. Awesome about the plants! Hope they survive the move and that all goes well. 🙂 That cacti/ succulents show sounds amazing. I can imagine all the variety they must have had there.

    Bring Me Their Hearts and Umbertouched both look awesome.

  3. Enjoy the new arrivals. p.s. your post reminded me to water my plant (poor thing).

  4. Glad your tailbone is healed! Bring Me Their Hearts sounds so good! I love Chloe Neill’s Chicagoland Vampires series but have yet to try her other books. Happy Reading!

  5. I saw the tentacle pot on Instagram and loved it!! I need to start working out again but I know 100% I will turn into a mummy like you just said lmao

  6. I keep hearing good things about Bring Me Their Hearts. Ugh, it’s always so hard to get back into a routine at the gym. Hope all of the soreness eases up soon!

  7. Good looking new books; I also got Wild Hunger. My daughter wasn’t plants but I am encouraging her to wait until AFTER we move to buy things. Anne – Books of My Heart

  8. Good luck with keeping the plants alive. I’m very bad at that. Have a great week and enjoy your new books!

  9. Oh ouch! lol But yay for all the new pretties–book and plant!

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