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I had in mind to do these post every week. Those of you who are subscribed to my newsletter know that I haven't felt the best life has been...well...normal. Not a lot has happened. I've been going to work, coming back, doing stuff, and sleeping. Pretty boring, average stuff. But, I want to get better at sharing even the boring stuff. Take the picture at the top of this post. This shows that I had way too many books going last week. I finally forced myself to weed them out and finish a few.

I'm trying to get back to morning runs. I don't like doing it when it's cold, but the weather has been spring-like here in Texas. It felt good to be back at it.

Mom and Dad deliver groceries to shut-ins every Thursday. Dad was sick so I got to help Mom, which was a lot of fun.

I was very blessed to start a weekly Bible study with my friends Kelsey and Jessica. This is the first time for me to true to do something like this online, but these girls are amazing. It's already making a big difference in my life. 

This was a delightful book about the influence books can have children. It made me think of my own book-filled childhood.

This was a pretty solid biography of one of my favorite Patriots. That may be why I featured him in A Different Kind of Courage.

I had heard a lot of good things about this book. It had some good ideas, but the language bothered me. 

A sweet and funny romance story. I can always count on Tagg for that,

I loved, loved, loved this group of single ladies as they deal with romance, singleness, and doing God's best no matter what situation you find yourself in.

It's been far too long since I lost myself in the pages of one of Cobb's stories. It was nice to see old friends from her The Steadfast Love Series, yet a whole new story with characters that I just adore!

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