I love to read. Not really a little known fact about me. I am always reading something. Often it is just fluff and fun, mindless entertainment for the joy of a well told story, but usually I have something else going on at the same time. I just finished Denise Hildreth's "The Will of Wisteria" and found it captivating. She and Charles Martin and my new favorite authors. Anything by them is both entertaining, thought provoking and southern...what more could a southern gal ask for??? I am also reading "When I Lay My Isaac Down" by Carol Kent. This is our small group's study for now at church. What a remarkable experience she shares. I haven't finished it yet, but can recommend it because of those who recommended it to me. I am also doing a 90 day journal by Beth Moore called "90 Days with The One and Only" for my quiet time devotional. I really like it. There is journaling involved, but not the typical kind. Don't be scared...give it a try :) Of course I have a fluff, good story book going on at the same time by Michael Phillips. Easy easy read. It is part of a series about blacks and whites during the Cival War and the reconstruction period. It is an easy read and a sweet story. The characters have character which I love and their comittment to doing what's right always challenges me, no matter how predictable(that is for Sarah). I have always enjoyed people and their stories and that is why I read....like a fiend I might add. Have a great day. Happy reading! love, js
p.s. If anyone can tell me how to add links into my blogs it would update my poor little writings ever so much. To be able to send you to my favorite authors would be so much better than just giving you their names, but I DON'T KNOW HOW TO DO IT...I probably shouldn't even use a computer. :-P
P.S.S. Thanks so much to Sarah Miller for helping me to link my authors :)
Oh...I can't believe I forgot to tell you all about my Christmas present of a garden fence with Passion Vines all over it...we got everything in the ground yesterday and it looks lovely. Also I was able to travel all the way across town and get a new bird feeder and pole that my precious husband put up with me last night IN THE DARK. Aren't ya'll happy for me?