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 […]
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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 […]
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 […]
On Monday night I got to go on a date with my son to see the preview of God’s Not Dead 2. I totally enjoyed it and I hope y’all go see it when it opens April 1. Very relevant to what’s going on all over the place today. The preview was sponsored by Graff-Martin […]
I am so pleased to introduce Curious Faith to you. Logan Wolfram is the director of Allume, the blogger convention that I love to go to. I love this girl’s heart. Logan is warm, friendly, says y’all a lot and is not afraid of REAL! In Curious Faith she shares her story, a story that […]
One thing that having a kid in the hospital with nothing to do but sit there beside him affords is the opportunity to read! A lot. Let’s not forget the 9 hour drive that we engaged in on the way there. I have a few books to tell you about: The Shock of Night by […]
I enjoy A.H. Gabhart’s writing. She has a free and easy style that is enjoyable and perfect for a Sunday afternoon with a cup of tea and a cozy blanket! A mysterious body winds up on the courthouse steps one day and the local law enforcement is beholden to figure things out. Then the […]
You know that feeling when you aren’t expecting to like something and then you are pleasantly surprised? Yeah, that happened. It was a good thing. I got Jenny Simmons book, The Road to Becoming and thought, “What can a thirty-something-mother-of-one teach me about becoming?” Yes, I was that judgemental and I am happy to say […]
Do you anticipate disappointment? May I have a show of hands? Please tell me I’m not the only one who does this. It’s sad but true. Next week I am heading to South Carolina to join with about 400 other blogger/writer women who love Jesus at the Allume conference. I will be hanging out in […]
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