Friday, December 19, 2014

in the stack

This may be my favorite read into the New Year. I may have to buy it because
it makes me read slowly, grab my journal and my bible. Keller wrote it because
he didn't have a book on Prayer to recommend to this new generation. He does
go back to the greats: Jonathan Edwards, John Owen, etc... He gives personal
testimonies. Makes me think of Father Tim in Mitford.

This is a present to me for Advent. I always grow my collection each year. I love
the poems and bits from literature Sarah has chosen. Her blog is God-Hungry Imagination

                                                      Grandma Moses' son:

                                                  very pretty cookbook to read

                  Finished this MISS READ and always rereading her Christmas stories:


I don't think I have read this one:

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

inspired by the post below:

to do this at my back door:

Not sure why I never thought of this before!
Off to the library for a stack of books waiting for me. 

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Monday, December 15, 2014

Christmas at Downton Abbey


and of course this coming for a fund raiser commercial:

being read to

Malcolm Guite reading Chesterton and Belloc on Christmas and it is
delightful to hear his British accent with these lovely stories.

I should make this:

and finished this while on the road to Georgia this past weekend:

Read some of the chapters in this book and it is quite good:

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Friday, December 12, 2014