Monday, August 13, 2007

Blog Anniversary Day 3

Here are a few more favorites! It has been interesting, rereading a year's worth of blog posts. Once again, I realize how fast time does go by these days. :)

November & December 2006
January 2007

These Are the Good Old Days

Living Life on Purpose - Choices

The Way Things Ought to Be

Redeeming Trials

In Praise of... Pretty Things

The Hospitality Pantry

On the Re-reading of Books

By the way, if you comment on any of these "older" posts, I will see the comment. They come to my Coffee Tea Books & Me e-mail address. I have enjoyed some of the comments made already. :)


Mrs. Darling said...

It is fun to go back and see what I was doing a year or two ago. Thats what I like about blogging. Now I'll have to go check out those links.

Jenn said...

I just went back and read "Living Life On Purpose" and it really spoke to my current situation. It made me think of my conscious decision to always ask "Is this the best decision I could make? Is there something better I could be doing?" It's the principle of "good-better-best" that leads people to make radical changes in their lives and gives them courage to stand by the decisions they make even when it gets tough. The process of re-evaluating and aligning our lives with our Purpose--that's what makes a life well-lived. Great post!


meg said...

Well, Happy Anniversaries to You- both Blogging & Wedding! As I am a fairly new visitor, it is nice to have some direction in exploring your archives- helps me get to know you better :)

Misc. Muse said...

I tag you when you have time. ( :

Literature Questionnaire

1. If you could host a party with 7 literary characters, who would they be and why?

2. Who is your literary role model?

3. Which literary house would you like most to live in?

4. Which literary couple would you like most for parents?

5. Pick 3 literary characters you would like to have as siblings.

6. Who is your favorite literary villain?

7. Name a character that most people dislike, but that you do not. Why do you like them?

8. Which minor character deserves a book all to themselves, in your opinion?

9. Which character do you identify most with in literature?

10. If you could go into a novel, which one would it be and why?

11. Name 3 - 7 books that you rarely see on people's favorite book lists, that are high on your own.

12. Which is your least favorite book of those that are considered "classics"?

Brenda@CoffeeTeaBooks said...

Linda, I'll "do the tag" on Saturday!

Thank you for all for the comments. :)

Anonymous said...

That is the problem...when you Love books and love to reread don't want to part with them!! :( I find myself hopeing that when I start a new book that it will be a good read and informative but that it will not be one I Love...but all to often it is and then I do not want to let it go. I have toooo many books already!! Help! My dream house would of course, have a library and places for several book shelf units in different rooms. That though is a dream and our home is tiny and the books are Many!! Home is where the books are. I really must find a way to get them more organized. To have shelfs devoted to just this subject and other to another so you could just walk over and find the one you want! Well here I go dreaming again! :)
Yes this all to say..yes I love to reread especially the homemaking books and Mitford series and other books on small town life. I find myself flipping through sewing and cookbooks and feeling so cozy in the role God gave me.
The Twilight Zone show where the man was left on Earth with all the books and all the time to read. But....his glasses got broken...:( :( that one breaks my heart!!
Since this is written long past the origional post may I say I am soooo glad you are still blogging and still making us use our little ponderers to live our life on poupose too. Jody