Source My Kindle died. When it did, I decided to let it be. Not having a Kindle makes my life more simple. It is is more simple and one less thing to manage and plug in. Slowly I am making my life more and more simple. Advertisements
Source My latest treasure is reading novels about the Amish. I like that they are filled with God, modesty, simple life, helping community, family and valuing life.
I’m reading a New York times bestseller. It’s called The Language of Flowers and it’s a novel by Vanessa Diffenbaugh. In Victorian times the language of flowers was used to convey romantic expressions. For example, Acacia for secret love. This novel weaves flowers, foster care, friendship and love into an enchanting tale. I am halfway […]
Source I am reading the Bible cover to cover and I am now in the New Testament! Woot Woot! 🙂
Source I would like to dedicate this post to my husband. He works with people with dyslexia and helps them learn to read, or read better. He is an example of doing what God wants you to do, and helping people. In case you want to learn more about my husband’s practice and methods, […]
I am very pleased to announce the recent release of my new book, Poems for a Rainy Day. I have been writing poetry my whole life. In Poems for a Rainy Day, I share my unique perspective on the important relationships in our lives: spouses, parents, and siblings. I also probes the themes of faith, […]
Source I am at 63 percent. Thank you for letting me know that Kindle! Although it is taking me forever to get through reading the Bible, I am reading at a pace where I am taking it in. I find if I try to read too much each day, I’m not really getting it. I […]