Do you read multiple books at a time? Do you forget where you left off sometimes because your little LO pulls bookmarks out of your books? Do you end up reading parts of your book 3-4 times before you realize you already read that part 3-4 times? This is the story of my life for … Continue reading
It can feel so restrictive when you have a blog with specific topics allocated for your writing. Maybe today I want to branch out? Is my "Life" category too generic? I've incorporated my faith in the Life category which you may have noticed, but right now I feel like writing something different. I could talk … Continue reading Bell Let’s Talk Awareness Campaign
Some people like to use a reading plan to read the Bible from cover to cover in a year, there's many ways you can do it. For me, I've found my success in reading from Genesis to Samuel 1 so far has been a desire to know what is in the Bible and a curiousity … Continue reading A Hunger for More…
Along with Deuteronomy (NIV Bible) and C.S. Lewis, I was tackling an amazing book seen in the title (One Thousand Gifts) that I could barely put down. Written in a poetic fashion, this book is not for everyone but I think the message itself is incredible. It starts out with a dare to list, (you … Continue reading One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp Review
The Magician's Nephew (Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis) was an easy read and would have been done in the matter of a day or two had it not been for me misplacing the book in a random place while attending to my littlest one. I lost track of it for about a week but … Continue reading Goodness, Gracious!!
Oatmeal raisin cookies were next on the holiday agenda from The Joy of Cooking book. They turned out great! Super easy to follow the recipe and tasty afterward! I am excited to arrive at my small group get together this Friday with my various Christmas cookies: gingersnaps, sugar drops, candy cane and oatmeal raisin cookies. … Continue reading
I remember reading about some women with anxiety in fiction novels. They would often be characterized as frail, weak and sensitive; all in all, pretty pathetic and a burden to people more than anything else. Admittedly, I would smirk as the authors would target these women using sarcastic humour: "Oh my poor nerves, I just … Continue reading “Oh my poor nerves, I just can’t bear it!”
There is great joy in cracking open books from your childhood and re-reading them. I'm not a fan of e-books, I like the smell of a good book and flipping the pages as I move my bookmark along. It gives me wonderful satisfaction! It didn't take me long to choose my box set of the … Continue reading Making a trip to the past.
Over the last few weeks I have been reading Leviticus from the NIV Bible and maybe I'm crazy but it wasn't nearly as bad as other people had said it would be. Repetitive, yes... but I found all the rituals and specific details rather fascinating. Everything must be exact. Precise. From sacrifices to festivals for … Continue reading Time for a trip to the Library! My Library.
Tonight I am all about "The Looneyspoons Collection" (cook book) by Janet and Greta Podleski! I don't know why, but up until this point I had always considered the art of appetizers to be a waste of time. I rarely entertain, so my attitude was, "What's the point?" If you are anything like me, you … Continue reading But what about the Appetizers! (Loonyspoons’ Meatloaf Review)