Weekend reading: March 21, 2015

Weekend reading: March 21, 2015

Under the big blue sky

From Instagram: Playing under the big blue sky. {A walk a day keeps the post-nap temper tantrum away!}

This week we experienced our first 70 degree day of the year…and (hopefully) our final snow of the season. On the first day of spring. I love snow, but enough is enough; I’m ready to be warm! The girls and Sean also got one last ski trip in, including the girls’ first run on a double black diamond. They definitely take after their Daddy, because I’m happy on green trails!

In the coming weeks, we’re finishing out our CC school year (although we school year round) and also the final practices for the kids musical that our church does each year. Last year at this time Sean had a broken knee; this year I’m so nauseous and exhausted that I could happily stay in bed all day. Next year I’ll know to plan differently for March. 🙂

What I’m reading: Shadows of the Workhouse by Jennifer Worth, Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin and Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln by Doris Kearns Goodwin

What I’m thinking about:

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Wisdom for life

  • “Actually we’re not:” Freedom and Community in Frozen | Daniel Bearman

Wisdom for motherhood

Wisdom for life online

  • What I’ve learned in almost 8 years of blogging | EntreFamily

Have a great weekend!

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