I’ve read my fair share of Francine Rivers books, I had all her books in college and read through them a few times. Her ability to create characters is amazing and one of my favorite things about her books.
I can openly and honestly admit it’s been a while since I’ve read through the gospels. The last time was in 2015 when I read through the whole bible. But I haven’t done a gospel book study in years, nonetheless really studied the book of Mark. My husband’s favorite gospel.
I keep telling myself I will stop reviewing bibles and yet I still manage to pick them. I love the bells and whistles of new bibles. I’ve always wanted a woman’s bible one centered on women and focused on God’s intention on the women from the bible.
It’s been a while since I’ve written a diary post. Since moving back to Colorado schedules and routines have been a bit wonky to say the least, and we’re trying to get to a new normal.
Well, after being here for 2 months we finally got a legit snow day, even if it was just one day.
In case you didn’t know it, I love (LOVE) nonfiction. I find reality so interesting and not to mention women’s fight for equality primarily during the early years of the 20th Century.
While I believe in buying ethical fashion but I also believe in slow buying. The big question is can slow buying be a form of ethical closet?
Since we can’t invite you all over to our new place and have an open house, I thought we’d do a home tour here on the blog!
Here are the dresses and outfits I wore for the last 2 weeks of Dressember. I added a few incentives to grow donations and they really helped!
Hey there! It’s 2018, already?! Where did the time go? I cannot believe 2017 is over, so much happened…and was tweeted about…but now it’s a new year and time for a new beginning.