Way too many books! (July – Quick Lit)

Linking up for QuickLit hosted by Modern Mrs Darcy with the books I read in July! I'd love to hear what you thought of these if you've read them too. Enjoy! Fiction: A Place for Us by Mirza Fatima Farheen - This book is just as good as the hype. The second fifty pages were … Continue reading Way too many books! (July – Quick Lit)

Hills I’ll Probably Lie Down On by Rachel Toalson {Review}

"If we're fighting every single little battle that comes our way, we're not going to win the war. We don't have enough stamina. we will burn out halfway to the end. So these are the hills I'm not willing to die on. What are yours?" - Rachel Toalson This book had me chuckling constantly. Full … Continue reading Hills I’ll Probably Lie Down On by Rachel Toalson {Review}

it matters {the kind side}

For when you're not sure your creative endeavor matters: It's ok to do something only for you. I find myself constantly getting lost in other people's priorities for my time instead of taking a moment to decide what would be the most important for me. I get to choose what is important for me to … Continue reading it matters {the kind side}

Woman {Five Minute Friday}

Woman. That is what I am. Though I shrink to hear the way the word is sometimes used to manipulate, control, and order. I am woman. But I am also free and strong and here. I believe myself capable of many things. At times the weight of 'woman' pulls me under my capability. I should … Continue reading Woman {Five Minute Friday}

The Crescent Stone by Matt Mikalatos {Review}

One of my earlier memories is my dad reading the Narnia series aloud to us while we were tent-camping along the Oregon coast. I think I was five or younger. I may have to get my details straight on that one, but he started on those books quite early. Mine and my siblings' first forays … Continue reading The Crescent Stone by Matt Mikalatos {Review}