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Good morning! It’s early Sunday morning and the whole family’s already up and about. I have a quiet baby in my lap and a cup of coffee next to me. The sun is shining and pancakes are being made. Heaven. … Continue reading
2nd Update- Hour 14 Mid-Event Survey: 1. What are you reading right now? I started Smarter Faster Better by Charles Duhigg pre-readathon, so I think I’ll finish it now. 2. How many books have you read so far? 2 I … Continue reading
Time: // 11:39 a.m. The scene: // It’s a quiet Sunday morning as half the house has gone shopping and the baby is asleep. It’s been so long since my last post, but that’s just life right now. At … Continue reading
Moments There are moments that cry out to be fulfilled. Like, telling someone you love them. Or giving your money away, all of it. Your heart is beating, isn’t it? You’re not in chains, are you? There is nothing more … Continue reading
The scene: // It’s a windy and wet Sunday morning. The sun is out, but not for long as rain is in the forecast. I’m typing up a quick post before I start on our Sunday dinner of short ribs. … Continue reading
Time: // 5:44 a.m. The scene: // It’s been a while since I’ve been able to get up early and write a post while the family sleeps. Keeping up (or trying to) with a seven month old is pretty much … Continue reading
Okay, I wasn’t going to join today’s read-a-thon, but changed my mind at the last minute. It’s not easy missing this event and I can’t help but miss Dewey more on read-a-thon day. She was such an amazing person. So … Continue reading
Time: // 9:03 a.m., Sunday morning The scene: // I’m sitting at my desk, holding my newest arrival. Ms. Gwendolyn a.k.a. Gigi was born a few days after my last post. After 19 hours of labor, she was in my … Continue reading
It’s official. Christmas break is here and the kids and I have wrapped up our last week of homeschooling. That gives me plenty of time to start blogging again after my month-long break. I can’t blame my break on just … Continue reading
Going on a small blogging break. Well, really, I’m already on it. 🙂 I’ll see you guys in a week or so.
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I’m Swedish, which makes me sexy, and I’m Irish, which makes me want to talk about it. So starts Kathleen Flinn’s entertaining foodie biography about her family, Burnt Toast Makes You Sing Good. I’m halfway through the book and it’s … Continue reading
“…Hard choices are precious opportunities for us to celebrate what is special about the human condition, that the reasons that govern our choices as correct or incorrect sometimes run out, and it is here, in the space of hard choices, … Continue reading
I’m going on a blogging break. See you all next week!
#141103719 / gettyimages.com You might think it’s a bit early to think about a summer bucket list since summer officially starts in late June. With my summer vacation a little bit more than a week away, I figured now … Continue reading
–going on job interviews. I’m hoping to get a summer job once the homeschooling year and the school semester is over in late May. Keep your fingers crossed for me. –baking. There are few activities in my life that … Continue reading
Nothing is so beautiful as Spring. . . –Gerald Manley Hopkins
Time: // 6: 10 a.m. Thanks to WordPress, I just lost my last draft of this post. The scene: // typing away on the laptop at my desk. Drinking: // coffee of course. Listening to: // all kinds of music. … Continue reading
It’s scary how December is here already! It seems like 2013 may be the fastest year ever. One minute it was January and I was rolling out my resolutions and now it’s December and I’m not halfway done with my … Continue reading
Hey guys! I’m feeling a bit under the weather so I’m going to take a mini blogging break. See you in a week or so. Have a good week and happy reading.
It would have sounded odd—people have been accused of sorcery for less–if she told someone how much she wanted to take all those little girls home, set them up in the many empty rooms of her house, and whenever she … Continue reading
Time: // 9:11 am – Saturday The scene: // my desk Eating: // White Chocolate Macadamia Luna Bar yum! Drinking: // coffee but now I want water Listening to: // “Honey” by Erykah Badu Just Finished: // The Long War … Continue reading
The lucky winner of this month’s giveaway is . . . Harvee! Harvee, I will contact you shortly for your information. Thanks to everyone for entering the giveaway. Be sure to come back next month for another giveaway I plan … Continue reading
Each year on Poem in Your Pocket Day, I find one poem to carry around with me all day. I usually end up carrying the poem around all year. I still have last year’s poem, E.E. Cumming’s “I Carry Your … Continue reading
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Since Sara didn’t contact me, I randomly picked a winner and it’s Joann from Lakeside Musing! Congratulations, Joann. You have 24 hours to contact me with your information!
It’s Monday. What are you reading? is a weekly meme hosted by Sheila over at BookJourney. Last week was a pretty slow reading week for me. I don’t know what happened but it seemed like there was never enough time … Continue reading
The Thankfully Reading Weekend is over. I ended up reading only a handful of books, mainly children’s books. I thought yesterday was going to be a better day but the kids start playing around and I ended up with a … Continue reading
It’s day two and here’s the books I’ve read so far: Lies, Knives, and Girls in Red Dresses by Ron Koertge The Beetle Book by Steven Jenkins The House Held Up by Trees by Ted Kooser Golden Domes and Silver … Continue reading