Lost In The Sandy Beaches Of Nantucket And Martha’s Vineyard!

Twins, Beaches, Feuding, Affairs…this book started off really good. Who writes a beach book better than Elin Hildebrand? I really shouldn’t say that because there are so many good beachy books out there but…this one is good. Plus the twin factor makes it even better than just simply good.
I walked outside today…all by myself! I can now walk down my street and back up again. I continue to forget to wear my Fitbit and measure steps. I am bored with my Treadmill but I love walking outside. Once I can walk my street 3 times…Den and I will pop next door and walk Longwood! That’s my goal! That plus a little more hair creeping out of my baseball cap!
Everyone here is holding their own. It’s been determined that Lucy has colitis…she is on more meds…she’s had more fluids…we isolated her last night for her own good…which she hated…but she seems a little better this morning.
 
Hugs,
Patty

 

8 thoughts on “Lost In The Sandy Beaches Of Nantucket And Martha’s Vineyard!

  1. lakesidemusing says:

    I loved Elin Hildrebrand's Winter trilogy. Read them all in a week around Christmas… just what I needed! Now I want to try one of her beachy books. Is there one in particular you'd recommend?

    So glad you're walking outside now… and happy that Lucy has something treatable.

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  2. Patty Magyar says:

    I loved that winter trilogy, too…I would start with her first book but that's because I can't read out of order but her first ones were the best…The Beach Club, Nantucket Nights, Summer People. Of course if you are a rebel reader…you can go out of order but…

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