In the Writer’s House #15

I’m back from our fun weekend getaway where hubby and I celebrated our 20th anniversary with a great relaxing weekend. 

 

We stayed in a charming B&B, called the Old School on the Hill Bed & Breakfast. The building used to be a 2-room, then a 4-room school house. Our room was one of those classrooms. Our hosts, Debbie and Leroy, were warm and welcoming.

We drove one day into Rosebud and went through the antique shops and on another day went through the shops in Herman. Such delightful small towns with lots of friendly proprietors and great prices.

The only thing I didn’t enjoy, were the crazy highways in the area that were like riding roller coasters. I had no idea this area of Missouri was so hilly! Almost like San Francisco, from what I’ve seen in the movies. 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I managed to find several copies of Agatha Christie books, and we found unique items for each of our kids. Agatha Christie is one of my favorite authors.

That is a quick round up of our weekend. I would definitely like to go again sometime! Unfortunately, the Wi-Fi in the whole area was spotty, so I never turned the laptop on or got any work done. But I did manage to start and finish a book, Goodnight From London by Jennifer Robson.

Another Bookworm related blog

In other news, I’ve been reading a fun blog and am including the link to her latest post on the topic of Ten Annoying Questions Bookworms Gets Asked. She has quite the sense of humor, and I think you will enjoy it, if you’re a bookworm like myself. She writes and reads mostly YA Sci-fi and Fantasy, but her writing is so quirky and you can tell she loves reading so much. I read most of her posts, but not all of them.

That’s about it from my corner of the world.

Do you have a favorite weekend getaway spot or favorite town?

See you soon!

~~Michelle

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