14
May
09

I am reading a great book or two…

Mitten Strings for God:  Reflections for Mothers in a Hurry By Katrina Kenison

This is a great book for any mother or mother-to-be.  She writes beautifully about slowing down and simplifying your life and your family’s life.

I’m also reading a few devotions a night from:

The Simple Life:  Devotional thoughts from Amish Country by Wanda E. Brunstetter

It is also a great book about with scripture and short stories relating to Amish life.

The DVDs, Fireproof and Amazing Grace, I had requested at the library have finally come in.  Hopefully we will get a chance to watch these over the weekend.

I also picked up and have been reading a lot of articles about asthma.  Right now I am skimming through:

Easy Breathing:  Natural Treatments for Asthma, Colds, Flu, Coughs, Allergies, Sinusitis By David Hoffman

I’m in hopes we can get Randy is top-notch shape with his asthma before we travel to Nepal (one of the worst countries for air-quality in the world).  It’s never to early to start building up your immune system. 

I have a stack of books to start after I have finished up these and will let you know what and how they are as I go.

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1 Response to “I am reading a great book or two…”


  1. May 14, 2009 at 10:12 am

    You won my DVD Giveaway. Please see my blog and email me your address ASAP.


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