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 […]
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Writing a blog post is, perhaps, the last thing I SHOULD be doing right now. The next few weeks are a veritable whirlwind of activities and large life-changing events for our family. Reading and blogging are pretty low on my priority list right now but when I was praying about doing the next thing this […]
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 […]
February wasn’t quite as impressive and I didn’t make nearly as much progress as I had hoped too. I blame it on the fact that February has fewer days than any other month…and maybe that the audio book I chose is 39 freaking hours long – what was I thinking!?? (still not finished that baby) […]
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 […]
One of the great things about road trips is that if you aren’t driving you have plenty of time to sit there and read! Since I had received happy mail just a week prior to us leaving for BC I had plenty of reading material! I have two books to recommend to you. In Good […]
I am trying to take more time to read this summer. Switch my gaze from a screen to paper. A lot of my friends read on their devices but for me there is something wonderful about a physical book to hold in my hands. I kinda love it. I am thankful for the relationship that […]
You’ll want to pick these two books up for weekend reading! I found both to be excellent reads. Very different genres and points of view. Hyam’s life changed completely when he discovered that the life he had known had guarded who he really was. When confronted with a group of knights out to destroy a […]
The last few weeks sent us through a whirlwind of emotions and activity trying to find our footing again. It wasn’t all bad stuff but it left us wrung out and fierce tired. 1. We moved our oldest son back in. He was out at the farm keeping watch over our flocks by night when […]
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