Before kids, I would curl up with a new book and read it straight through until the sun came up.
Then I would sleep until noon.
Oh, the leisurely days of being a stay at home wife.
Now I am more likely to sew late into the night, but I still crave the peace and quiet that reading brings me.
Long extended periods of page turning have been replaced with little pockets of time.
It works out well for my A.D.D.
A little bit of this, a little bit of that.
A little bit here, a little bit there.
I am currently juggling five books, all vastly different, but all brilliant in their own way.
This is a great daily devotional that was recommended by a friend. It is the perfect way to start your mornings and has verses for each day for additional study. It seems to be exactly what I need every time I read it.
Total torture. I picked it for book club (why? I have no idea.) and I am struggling through it. Part of me wants to go ahead and buy my entire book club The Help as an apology for my horrible choice.
I love this book. I have been a fan of the blog for some time and the book does not disappoint. It is so true and real and holds a mirror up to the crazy, weird things that we as Christians all do. I am sure to laugh, squirm and smile each time I pick it up.
This beautiful book was just sent to me by sweet Shelly. It is written by Angie Smith after the loss of their beautiful daughter, Audrey. I can hardly get through an entire page without crying. It is so beautiful, real, encouraging, hopeful.
Our family is embarking on a new journey and this is one of the many books I plan to read in the upcoming months. It is stretching me, teaching me, scaring me, all the while confirming what is growing in our hearts.
So glad you asked.
I am loving Picnik right now and made a batch of bookmarks using their collage feature.
They take just minutes to create and make great gifts too.
Just print them on to photo paper using the 10cm x 15cm size, glue to colorful cardstock, then top off the cuteness with a brad and ribbon. Done and done.
Read anything good latley?
Do I need to add it to my pile?