Kathryn writes about How to Talk to God in Prayer.
Lisa shares 7 Signs Your Little Girl is Becoming a Teen.
Dan lists 13 Rules for My Teenager.
And while I’m not planning a trip to Europe at this point, I still enjoyed Shruti’s post on Top 10 Cheapest Countries to Visit in Europe in 2019.
On to the books I read in May.
My one short non-fiction read this month was The Latte Factor: Why You Don’t Have to Be Rich to Live Rich by David Bach and John David Mann. It’s a neat little parable about how to achieve financial freedom.
I finished three fiction books in May.
The Memory House by Rachel Hauck was an excellent read. That led me to read another book of Hauck’s, The Wedding Chapel, which was also very good. Both were sweet and moving stories, with a touch of romance and a satisfying ending.
Justified Means by Chautona Havig was more of a mystery/suspense read, but I enjoyed it as well – and have plans to read the next book in the series.
Can you relate to this??
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!