cultivating the simple pleasures of faith, family and home
I'm posting a comment about your 2015 book list here bc that post didn't have comments open. I truly relish you and Carrie's book lists as it gives me ideas when I've run out. I will print it out and refer to it when placing holds at the library. I'll pose the same question to you as Carrie--where do you find most of your reading material. Mostly, I borrow from the library with a very few that I order from Amazon. Lately, I have been listening to audio books throughout the day that I download free through Hoopla. Currently, I'm listening to 7.I just finished a fun coffe table-type book called Found, Flea, and Free. I just started Mistletoe Inn by Richard Paul Evans.I saw a review for a book called Coal River that is set near my hometown, so I may read that. My sweet son bought me a book by Fern Michaels. This is not typically my genre, but I will read it to show my appreciation to him.I'm going to certainly try to keep a running record of books I read in 2016, a goal that I continually fall short of doing.
you just continue to inspire me year after year to be a better wife, mama, and Christian! and this year, I am slowing down...and learning to cherish what I have... thank you, sweet friend for this blog!! Happy New Year!!!Leanne
Oh friend how I have enjoyed this year and all of your post on slow. Your post speak to my heart and I love every single one so I would have a hard time picking my favorites:) You are gifted, humble, may He richly bless you this year.
I agree these are all memorable posts and provide a good overview of 2015! :)
I love the "thrifty can still be beautiful" You Inspire Me!
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