Jennifer shares 10 Verses to Pray for God’s Direction.
Anna gives us 5 Bad Habits to Avoid This Summer.
I pinned Christy’s Seven Tips for Helping Your Adult Kids Through Struggles so I could refer back to it in a few years.
Kathy has cute ideas for Quick and Easy Fourth of July Decorating.
Our younger daughter made this Parmesan Crusted Steak and Potato Sheet Pan Dinner for us a few weeks ago, and it was delicious! I made it again last week, but substituted fresh green beans for the asparagus since my husband doesn’t like asparagus.
This week she baked Death by Oreo Cupcakes and they were very tasty, too!
I read a little more than usual this month, thanks to our cruise vacation! Four of the books were non-fiction reads.
The Proximity Principle by Ken Coleman had valuable, practical advice for putting yourself in a position to grow and develop your career and find the job you want.
I read The Next Right Thing by Emily P. Freeman on my Hoopla app for free. Even before I finished it, I ordered the hardcover edition from Amazon. I rarely buy physical books anymore, but I found myself wanting to underline things and make notes all through the book. I’m now reading it through again. If you’re facing any decisions – or think you will be in the near future – I highly recommend this book.
Loving My Actual Neighbor by Alexandra Kuykendall centered on seven practical ways we can be a neighbor to the people right around us.
The Day the World Came to Town: 9/11 in Gander, Newfoundland by Jim Defede is an account of what happened in this small town when a number of planes were diverted to its airport due to US air space being closed on September 11, 2001. I had never thought about the effect of 9/11 on flights headed to the United States that had to be redirected due to our air space being shut down. This was an interesting book that followed the stories of a number of passengers on those flights.
I also read three fiction books.
I think I’ve read – and enjoyed – all of Katherine Reay’s books, and her latest, The Printed Letter Bookshop, might be one of my favorites.
Mismatched by Chautona Havig is the second book in The Agency Files series. I think I liked it better than the first one!
Once I got into Drummer in the Dark by T. Davis Bunn, I realized I’d read it a long time ago. However, I didn’t remember how it ended, so I read the whole thing again!
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!
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