Yay I am onto book 7! I finished Breaking Free yesterday. I kind of already talked about how I feel about this book - I did learn a lot from it, even though it's not the type of Bible Study I like to do. She talks about the ways we live in Christ, the obstacles that parallel those truths, and breaking free from any bonds that hold us back. Essentially it is a great topic to talk about, but like I said - I am not interested in reading about it from a broken, sad place. Maybe it's because I'm not in a broken, sad place in my life? I've had times like that, for sure - and I'm really not sure that I'd like the way this book is written even in those times. I'm such a tough love type of person. Suck it up, pray about it, give it to God, get over it. But then, even though I have tragedy in life, but maybe not to the caliber that some people have where they could get a lot out of Beth Moore.
I am moving on to Backstage with Julia: My Years with Julia Child by Nancy Verde Barr. It is a memoir of Julia Child from a friend she worked with organizing cooking demonstrations. Julia's life fascinates me, because she basically taught herself how to cook, with help from classes here and there, and she traveled and live all over (including my FAVORITE FAVORITE city, Paris!!!), and is just generally a fascinating person. I'll let you know how it is! I found this book for $4 at Barnes and Noble, randomly.
To kick off this book, I am making Boeuf Bourguignon (fancy beef stew) from Mastering the Art of French Cooking: Volume 1. This is one of Julia's best recipes in the cookbook. Dave loves it. I love it. I can get Ashley to eat mushrooms with this dish - they taste just like the beef!! It's delicious!!
I only have 1 week and 1 day to finish 4 books - Feb is a short month!!! Can I do it?!?
Craft room is coming right along, I am custom making a desk today and tomorrow! Can't wait to post pics;) Have a happy Sunday!