The reading list was a lot shorter in September. No surprise there as we were heavy into the beginning of the school year, harvest was in full swing and it is volleyball season, we have two players on two different teams! What I may not have had in quantity in September was absolutely made up […]
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We are full into harvest here on the farm. I am not anywhere close to being unpacked from the move but at least we can eat and sleep and get clean, these things are important! Most of my ‘reading’ is happening by listening this month as I unpack, can, clean and drive (cause that’s what […]
In the midst of the craziness of July, you might have thought that I wouldn’t have had time for reading, but you would be wrong! There were plenty of hours spent in vehicles and airplanes when traveling that I could either listen to a book or read one. For one week we were at family […]
Okay, okay… I know I’ve kept you waiting for June’s books for awhile but I’ve been a little busy! First of all, my son got married!! I am still in a little bit of shock over that and I will post about in August… Then my daughter graduated from high school…will post about that in […]
Canada Day is sneaking up on me! We’ve had such a whirlwind of events that I almost forgot it was just about here. I think I have sufficient reason to be a little scatterbrained right now. I can’t wait to post about my son’s wedding, my daughter’s graduation and all the other fun things we’ve […]
Wow, April ended up being a really good reading month. The downside of that was that it was partially due to the fact that I spent a lot of time on the couch being sick. Bummer for productivity, excellent for the book goal! I am almost one third of the way there. This month we […]
The March reads: The Saxon Shore by Peter Whyte (audible) The Desert Mailbag by W. G. Kruse The Broken Way by Ann Voskamp Impossibilities are Targets for Miracles by Cassandra Lee and various SK authors (compilation) Mansfield Park by Jane Austen (audible) Autopsy of a Deceased Church by Thom S. Rainer This is quite a […]
GOAL: Read 100 books in 2017 I didn’t think that this was that ambitious until my son pointed out that I need to read a book every 3.5 days! He’s a bit of a math whiz!Panic set in – so many books, so little time. So I sat down to write out how many I […]
Did you know I write many posts in my head every single week? Of course not, because they rarely make it here where you could see them. Obviously, you don’t live in my head, which is probably a good thing. In my head I write about supporting families who are raising kids with invisible disabilities, […]
Life moves at such a pace doesn’t it? Sometimes my husband and I will crash on the couch at the end of a crazy day and joke about “livin’ the dream!” And we are! This was/is our dream! Lots of kids, full on living with ministry, farm, family and all the things that go with […]
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