February just happened. And now it’s MARCH (and I am now somehow fifteen?!?!). Let’s get nostalgic and take a quick look at February, shall we?
- More snow!!! Which means salted caramel hot chocolate, snowmen, wet gloves, and snowball fights. And then it melted…
- The Super Bowl. THE SUPER BOWL. Every year, my family makes a ton of junk food and we watch the game. This year’s game… It was one of the most epic comebacks I’ve watched, besides the 2016 World Series, that is. And speaking of….
- SPRING TRAINING BEGAN GUYS SPRING TRAINING BEGAN THE CUBS ARE BACK!!!!!! My life is complete.
- I have been attempting to teach myself photography…. And so far have deleted every picture I’ve taken. Don’t worry, I WILL SUCCEED. Somehow…
- My Bible Study leader is out of town, and I got to lead our study for one week. *cue gasps* I actually didn’t do too bad. I think.
- I somehow have… 28 followers?! *hugs you guys* Y’all are the best!
So… Editing on Runaway has come to a standstill. Why? Well, there’s this new story that has captured my attention, with components of both Runaway AND A Sleep So Deep. I can’t (or won’t) turn away from this story, so I may be pursuing it and setting Runaway and A Sleep So Deep aside. I’m still prayerfully considering making this drastic move and am figuring out the mechanics of this new story.
Let’s just say I know I can’t do the whole read 100 books challenge… *hides face* But I have read some great books this month.
The Language of Sparrows by Rachel Phifer
This book… OH MY GOODNESS ALL THE FEELS!!! This is one of the sweetest, most heart wrenching stories I have laid eyes on. GO READ IT NOW.
Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen
*sighs happily* Jane Austen, you’ve done it again. I started out not liking this novel a lot, and by the end I was screaming about how much I loved it. Don’t just watch the movie (although it’s great too), read the book.
Girl Defined by Bethany Baird and Kristen Clark
*doesn’t mention that I’m still reading this one* If I had to describe this book with one word, the word would be RADICAL. This book on Biblical womanhood is totally contrary to what our culture says, not to mention a must read for every woman of any age. I plan on (hopefully) reviewing it pretty soon, so stay tuned.
The Choosing by Rachelle Dekker
Honestly, I was really looking forward to this book. I had pre-ordered the entire series. It’s not bad, it’s just… Not everything I was expecting it to be. It was still a good read, though.