Weekend reading: January 31, 2015

Weekend reading: January 31, 2015

Playing in the snow

From Instagram: It’s good to be a little sister in this family.

I am so happy that we finally got a good snow. Honestly, I love snow, and I’d love to live somewhere with a short but intense winter. What I can’t handle is when it’s freezing cold with bitter wind…and no snow. That just makes me miserable and grumpy!

Our girls have officially reached the stage where they can all get themselves ready to go outside to play, get undressed when they come in, make their own hot tea, and take their own showers or baths afterward, which has made the last week so much fun for all of us. It also means they’ve gone outside to play multiple times a day since they don’t have to wait for Sean and I to work up enough courage to begin the process. (Which in turn means I’ve already had to wash their snow clothes once because these girls play hard!)

And finally, the next module of the Live course launches tomorrow, and in February we’re talking about love (of course!)—love for yourself as well as other people and what that looks like practically. I hope you’ll join us!

What I’m reading: Quiet by Susan Cain, Fairest (The Lunar Chronicles #4) by Marissa Meyer, Black Beauty by Anna Sewell

What I cookedeasy taco chicken, spaghetti with meat sauce, strombolis (our new favorite lunch!), pesto chicken with crash hot potatoes, breakfast casserole

What I’m thinking about:

{Follow my personal Facebook feed for the things I’m thinking about and talking about all week!}

Make the most of your time

What it takes to be awesome

Measurement for real life

Have a great weekend!

P.S. Have you been following this story? It’s amazing!

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. What are you thinking of Fairest?! I started the audio but wasn’t enjoying it, so I returned it, and I’m waiting for the hard copy from the library.

    1. I’m actually really enjoying it. I expected to feel meh about it because who really wants to hear about Levana, but it’s been unexpected so far. (I’m maybe 15% in.)

  2. I’ve made pesto chicken (crockpot style, but I know you guys aren’t big fans of that) a few times lately and then turned it into salad. Chopped lettuce and/or spinach, a bunch of chopped tomatoes, and shredded pesto chicken. So good!!

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