While it was quiet here on the blog this week, it wasn’t in real life.
Since my husband and older daughter were both gone for the week, I planned a few fun days with our younger daughter. We enjoyed ourselves immensely, but it will be nice to have everyone back under one roof again tonight! Looking forward to hearing all about our older daughter’s two weeks at camp when she gets home this afternoon.
Here’s a few good posts I found this past week.
Sarah Mae reminds us that God Delights in Our Pleasure.
Ayanna tells us Why All Kids Need Chores.
This Bandana Wreath is so cute, and I think even my craft-challenged self could make it!
And since I seem to be in the habit of sharing a recipe, this week’s choice is Amazing Cream Cheese Pound Cake. I want to make this soon, but I’m afraid of how much of it I’d eat all by myself!
I didn’t keep track of my fiction reading this month, but I did find time to make it through a number of books. Our library offers Hoopla, a digital media service, which allows me to borrow five books per month on my Kindle free of charge.
I did want to mention the nonfiction book I read this month. What’s It Like to Be Married to Me? by Linda Dillow was an excellent book on marriage! The author shared ten “dangerous” questions to ask yourself about what it’s like to be married to you. She shared numerous examples from women she’s counseled throughout her career. There’s also a brief Bible study at the end of the book.
I have a new post about 80% finished, so hopefully it will go up Monday or Tuesday. Have a wonderful weekend!