|Love the morning sun...|
It was lovely and warm last weekend and then we woke up to quite a snowfall just a couple days later. Part of me didn't mind since I am still in the midst of Spring cleaning inside the house, I could use the outside chores to stay as dormant as possible for another week.
However, it did require picking every single daffodil that had just bloomed or they would have frozen when it dipped to 25 degrees the next night. Which gave me a lovely bouquet I hope lasts until Easter and enough for another bouquet to take to my new neighbor.
So... here is what has been happening in my world through the lens of my camera.
I have a couple books on more difficult subjects to read soon but I set them aside, deciding to re-read a couple favorites instead. Lighter reading is better at the moment. Re-reading is also preferred.
Real Love for Real Life is a book I read through once, perused a second time, and now I'm doing a little of both my third time through the book. Obviously, I would enjoy a book written "in the style" of Edith Schaeffer. You can find more about it... here.*
Amanda Soule is one of those individuals that... as I mentioned in a recent Sunday Afternoon Tea post... hears the echoes of Eden. Although she definitely does not claim to be a Christian and I know we would disagree on political issues... there is much we do agree upon.
I do enjoy Amanda's blog which I link to on the sidebar, her books, and the magazine she edits called Taproot. This book, The Rhythm of Family, is my favorite book of hers and you can find more about it... here. It gets pulled off the shelf and perused a lot!
That other book is my favorite devotional that I adore... here.*
|Veggies and fruit waiting to be cooked now reside in the yellow bowl...|
|Sorting in the Study...|
|I adore daffodils!|
|Is it wrong to take a picture of a salad because it is pretty?|
|Oh, my... what has her licking her lips?|
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