My Latest Book

I love to read, and I miss reading. As a mother of two littles I just don't have the time to sit down with a good book. On a good day I get fifteen minutes of reading time, but that's ok, it's just the season I'm in right now. I do make the effort though, because I want to be sharp, I want to learn, and I want to READ.

Right now I'm reading Passionate Housewives Desperate For God and loving every second of it.

I usually read a chapter before my afternoon nap (it helps me turn off my busy brain) and maybe a few pages before sleeping at night. By nightime though, my brain is dead tired and usually all I see are squiggles.

What are you reading? And when do you read?

6 comments:

Jungle Mom said...

Right now I am reading a book I borrowed from your husband,'Mayflower A story of Courage, Community, and War'.

Thursday's Child said...

I just finished rereading The Augsburg Confessions. I started The Confessions of St. Augustine last night. I'm not sure what I'll read next.

Kimberly said...

I'm reading Life manaagement for the busy woman by Elizabeth George.

Brenda said...

I am reading "Queen Maker" about Davids queen Micah and I love it!

Pam said...

The chicken dish looked scrumptious!
I'm reading "Andrew Johnson, A Biography" byt Hans L. Trefousse and "Native American Testimony- A Chronicle of India-White Relations from Prophecy to the Present, 1492-1992" It's been a real eye opener! While the accounts in the book are from journals and real document or oral testimonies of native Americans, the book was edited by Peter Nabokov.

Pam said...

oops! I forgot to include when I read. Not as much now that it's a hot political season and I watch way too much t.v. but I try reading spending an hour on my back patio each day while Shane does schoolwork like, Math problems or writing. Then again at night before bed. Sometimes before a nap, which I rarely take anymore. I really should do a post about the blessing of being able to read again. You know I went through a couple of years where I hurt too badly to hold the book or bend my neck to see the page just right. I even lacked the ability to concentrate on what little bit I did try to read during those times. So to be able to hold a book now or bend my head for awhile is a real blessing to me.