We have a little bit of homeschool work to finish up today and maybe on Saturday (Oh, the horror!). My older son is finished already, and is now officially a senior (Oh, the horror, again!). And my poor daughter had another week to go (Yes, more horrors!).
But I suppose that it's beginning to feel like summer is here, even though we have a few loose ends to tie up.
We're all getting excited about going to the pool, taking a trip to the zoo, and watching some professional baseball games.
And I'm excited to have some extra time for reading the books that have been calling my name.
Here are a few from my list...
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I am in mad love with Intentional Blogger. I've already read this once, but I'm anxious for the time to go back through it slowly and apply the wealth of knowledge it holds. This book rocks!
I've started reading Because He Loves Me by Elyse Fitzpatrick, and I want to dig deeper. Just reading the introduction has spoken to my heart! I know God is going to use this book to change me. He has already.
I keep meaning to pop open 20-Minute Meals when I make my menu plan, but I'm always in such a rush to run out the door to the grocery store that I just haven't had the time. Well, we stay so busy in the summer evenings with baseball games nearly every night, so I need to use this book. Summer is the perfect time to break out some new recipes.
I've been wanting to read The No Brainer Wardrobe ever since I heard about it. But, even though it's about creating a no-brainer wardrobe, I figure it probably takes a little bit of brain to read it. You think? I am seriously hoping that I retrieve a few brain cells this summer.
I would like to read about eighty other books this summer, too, but I think that might be too lofty of a goal. If I can mark off these few book, I'll give myself permission to move onto more....like Pinteresting, Embracing Beauty, and Hula Hoop Girl, just to name a few!
What do you hope to do this summer?
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