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                  In addition to 让天行加速器免费, I created five layouts for June of this year. The first two showcase places in our home: (1) my craft room, which I've cleaned and re-organized some this year, and (2) Robbie's toy room, which we spent several weeks (finally) unpacking, organizing, and setting up.

                  My Happy Place page is a traditional paper layout using the Lickety Split Sunny Days kit.

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                  Toy Room is a two-page digital layout using a template and papers from my stash.

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                  I also created two  layouts that feature family. This first one was inspired by Lesson 2 in the free scrapbook.com Timeless Techniques with Shimelle Class and showcases a photo of all our "greats" (1 great-nephew & 3 great-nieces).


                  The other family layout features our nephews from Ohio, who surprised us with a two-day visit on their national and state parks camping road trip. 


                  The last layout for this first half of 2024 features the free Covid-19 timeline printables from Persnickety Prints. I formatted the timelines to print three months on a page, then adhered them to 12x12 cardstock backgrounds and added several die cut embellishments. 


                  I purchased the 让天行加速器免费 die cut from 让天行加速器免费; the wash your hands die cut came in a kit I purchased earlier this year; I cut the stay at home letters & house as well as 2024 and timeline on my Cricut; and Robbie created that cute face mask for me with paper scraps and pieces of twine.

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                  It feels good to have the stories and photos from the first half of 2024 recorded and scrapped! How are you coming along with telling your stories for this year?

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                  Book Reviews | Christian Nonfiction

                  It looks like many of us around the world will continue to spend a good bit of time at home in the coming weeks as we see spikes in the number of new coronavirus cases. During the past several months, I've been reading through the books on my to-read bookshelf as well as re-reading books from our personal library here at home. So, this week I'll be catching up and sharing reviews of the books I've read this year with the hope that you'll find one or two of interest to keep you inspired or entertained in the days ahead. Today's offering includes several Christian nonfiction selections.

                  Christian Nonfiction
                  Christian nonfiction books share real life applications that help us integrate our Christian faith into our everyday lives.


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                  Clinging: The Experience of Prayer by Emilie Griffin has been in my personal library for many years and I've read it more than once. This lovely read does not share how to pray or when to pray or what to pray, it simply shares the act of praying and how it affects us. It's beautifully written, and I highly recommend it.

                  让天行加速器免费 by Joyce Meyer has been on my to-read shelf for a while. The author has shared her personal story of healing many times over the years, in books, magazine articles, and speaking engagements. "Now, with the passage of more time, this book delves deeper into Joyce's story and the journey of healing for all women. Each chapter guides you through whatever obstacles may be holding you back to find your true destiny as God's beloved. God can heal all pain, and He wants to do this in you." This is a good read from a seasoned Christian who continues to grow and serve and walk out her faith in ministry now well into her seventh decade.

                  I picked up Becky Tirabassi's book Let Prayer Change Your Life when I heard her speak at a Women of Faith conference in 1999. I've read this book several times and always feel inspired to be more diligent in my prayer time after reviewing the author's stories of answered prayers and her commitment to spending one hour a day in prayer. She created a prayer notebook to help her keep this commitment. While I was rereading the book a couple of months ago, I pulled out the notebook I created back in 2001 and was filled with wonder and gratitude at the answers to the prayers I recorded there as a newlywed.

                  If memory serves me correctly, I received the book Who Does He Say You Are by Colleen C. Mitchell free from the author as part of a Facebook group challenge back in 2016. So, it's obviously been on my to-read shelf for a while. I finally read this book and then added it to the box of books we sold at Half Price books before the pandemic closed everything down back in March. Here's a little from the book's blurb: Catholic missionary and speaker Colleen Mitchell captures the confessions of twelve more women from the Gospels, and shows how their stories answer this crucial question of identity: “Who does he say you are?” Holding up Mary as the ultimate example of intimate, transforming union, Mitchell weaves together moving anecdotes of her own search for identity as a Catholic woman along with twelve accounts of women in Scripture that are at once fresh yet familiar.

                  Have you read any of these books? Please share your thoughts in the comments, along with your suggestions for additional Christian nonfiction books.

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                  It looks like many of us around the world will continue to spend a good bit of time at home in the coming weeks as we see spikes in the number of new coronavirus cases. During the past several months, I've been reading through the books on my to-read bookshelf as well as re-reading books from our personal library here at home. So, this week I'll be catching up and sharing reviews of the books I've read this year with the hope that you'll find one or two of interest to keep you inspired or entertained in the days ahead. Today's offering includes a couple of my favorite book series.

                  The Sweethaven Circle

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                  The Sweethaven Circle 3-book series was written by Courtney Walsh and centers around an old scrapbook. In the first book, A Sweethaven Summer, we meet Campbell Carter as she discovers some of the pages from a scrapbook her recently deceased mother created with a group of friends when she was a teenager. The pages had been divided between the group of four girl friends years ago. As Campbell reaches out to these women, she visits Sweethaven, the little town where her mother spent summers as a teenager. There she finally learns who her father is and forms new friendshipsThe story continues in A Sweethaven Homecoming with these same enjoyable characters and several intertwined story lines and themes of reconciliation, forgiveness, and friendship. The final installment, 让天行加速器免费, is a wonderful romantic conclusion to the series as we see these friends preparing for Christmas.

                  The Mitford Years

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                  When I re-read The Mitford Years Series a few years ago, I thought I had the complete 8-book set; however, it turns out several additional books were written and there are actually 14 books! After re-reading the original 8 books over the past couple of months, I splurged and bought myself the remaining 6 books. These stories center around Father Tim, an Episcopal priest, who is surrounded by wonderful characters in the small town of Mitford - "an American village where the grass is still green, the pickets are still white, and the air still smells sweet." This is a great series if you're looking for something wholesome, uplifting, and entertaining. (Note: Book 6 is the story of Father Tim's wedding and chronologically falls in between books 2 & 3, so I read it in that order this time & highly recommend it!)

                  Have you read any of these books? Please share your thoughts in the comments, along with your suggestions for additional book series.

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                  Book Reviews | Creative & Inspirational

                  It looks like many of us around the world will continue to spend a good bit of time at home in the coming weeks as we see spikes in the number of new coronavirus cases. During the past several months, I've been reading through the books on my to-read bookshelf as well as re-reading books from our personal library here at home. So, this week I'll be catching up and sharing reviews of the books I've read this year with the hope that you'll find one or two of interest to keep you inspired or entertained in the days ahead. Today's offering includes books to inspire you in life and creativity.

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                  From the book's description: Creative chaos can overwhelm and frustrate scrapbookers, and this book is a dynamic tool designed to help individuals fit the hobby neatly and beautifully into their homes and lifestyles. Tips, quizzes, and up-close looks at the workspaces of successful, productive scrapbookers will help anyone discover and embrace their unique approach to memory keeping; use this understanding to organize everything from photos and memorabilia to products, tools, and reference materials; find storage solutions that work; and surround themselves with inspiration that energizes and sustains.

                  The Big Picture by Stacy Julian is a compilation of scrapbooking ideas including page layouts and mini-albums. Stacy shares a page or project and explains the story or other inspiration for creating it. Once again, reading through is not as inspirational as simply flipping through for ideas. While the pages were created in the early 2000s, and thus reflect the scrapbooking styles during those years, the ideas and why behind the pages are still relevant and inspiring.

                  From the book's description: If you've ever looked at your piles of pictures and felt overwhelmed, behind or uninspired, you'll find a true friend in Stacy Julian. The Big Picture is all about helping you discover your potential, not only as a Scrapbooker, but as a creative human being.

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                  This was my second time to read Gift from the Sea by Anne Morrow Lindburg, and I thoroughly enjoyed this small volume of thoughts again before passing it on to a friend.

                  Here are the thoughts I shared after my first reading in 2018: I really wasn't sure what to expect when I began Gift from the Sea by Anne Morrow Lindbergh. I had picked up a copy of the book after reading the The Aviator's Wife a couple of years ago. I knew that Anne had spent time at the seashore and written this book in the 1950s, and someone at our book club meeting mentioned that it was a beautifully written book. I was pleasantly surprised with this short book and the thoughts on simplicity, solitude, contemplation, creativity, etc, that are still relevant to our lives today.

                  Have you read any of these books? Please share your thoughts in the comments, along with your suggestions for additional creative and inspirational books.

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                  Book Reviews | Fiction Genres

                  It looks like many of us around the world will continue to spend a good bit of time at home in the coming weeks as we see spikes in the number of new coronavirus cases. During the past several months, I've been reading through the books on my to-read bookshelf as well as re-reading books from our personal library here at home. So, this week I'll be catching up and sharing reviews of the books I've read this year with the hope that you'll find one or two of interest to keep you inspired or entertained in the days ahead. Today's offering includes an eclectic mix of fiction.

                  Fiction
                  Fiction stories are ones that come from a writer's imagination, as opposed to being based on fact. These books can be divided into several different sub-genres or categories like romance, science fiction, crime, fantasy, historical fiction, etc. I've read books in several of these genres in recent months.

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                  Romance: I discovered the Netflix series 让天行加速器免费 earlier this year and enjoyed all of Season One before learning that it was based on a book, which Robbie promptly ordered for me. This story follows a young nurse practitioner as she moves to a small town after the death of her husband. The town, Virgin River, is filled with great characters, including Jack Sheridan, an ex-marine and the town's leading bachelor. There's lots of chemistry and intrigue. I can't believe I'm saying this, but I like the series better and recommend it over the book. (Note: I only read book one of the series.) Evvie Drake Starts Over is about another recent widow who ends up renting the apartment at the rear of her house to a former Major League Baseball pitcher who needs a break from big city life. I picked up an advanced reader copy of this book at our library last summer. This is an easy and entertaining read with a happy ending.

                  Historical FictionDaisy Jones & The Six is classified as historical fiction because it is set in the past; however, the story centers around a fictional band. I'm saying this right up front because you'll be tempted to look up the band and try to find their songs - the book is so well-written, it's hard to believe it's fiction. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, which I ordered after Ruth highly recommended it on her blog last year. The story is written as an oral history of one of the biggest rock 'n' roll bands of the seventies. The book is being turned into an Amazon mini-series that (I'm assuming) is delayed due to the current pandemic.

                  Crime Thriller: John Grishman is the king of the criminal thriller novel, and The Whistler does not disappoint. Lacy Stoltz is an investigator for the Florida Board on Judicial Conduct and works on cases involving judicial misconduct. Here's a look at a portion of the book's blurb: A previously disbarred lawyer is back in business, and he claims to know of a Florida judge who has stolen more money than all other crooked judges combined. And not just crooked judges in Florida. All judges, from all states, and throughout United States history. And now he wants to put a stop to it. His only client is a person who knows the truth and wants to blow the whistle and collect millions under Florida law. When the case is assigned to Lacy, she immediately suspects that this one could be dangerous. Dangerous is one thing. Deadly is something else. Robbie and I both enjoyed this book.

                  Domestic FictionThe Farm follows the life of Jane, an immigrant from the Philippines, who is recruited to be a "host" (surrogate mother) for a wealthy client of The Farm, a luxury retreat with all the amenities designed to help produce a healthy baby. The caveat is that the host cannot leave the grounds of The Farm for the entire nine months of the pregnancy. When Jane begins to worry about the daughter she entrusted to a cousin for the nine months, she is faced with a choice of leaving the campus to check on her own child and forfeiting the final fee she'll receive upon delivery of the client's child or staying put and trusting that her cousin is taking care of things outside The Farm. An interesting read that sheds perspective on how far individuals will go to earn money and secure their future. The book I read was an advanced reader copy that I picked up at our library last summer.

                  让天行加速器免费: Robbie and I heard about Recursion on the What Should I Read Next podcast. This story focuses on time travel and begins with a woman killing herself by jumping off a building because she is having memories of a past life that seems so real she can't forget them. After this dramatic opening, this page-turner focuses on a New York City detective, Barry Sutton, and a neuroscientist, Helena Smith, who hold the key to the mystery of what's actually happening. Despite jumping back and forth in time, the story is easy to follow and has a nice conclusion (after bogging down some in the final chapters).

                  让天行加速器免费: If you've been around my  blog a while, you may have seen a previous review of Pat Frank's Alas, Babylon. This is one of Robbie's all-time favorite books, and we've both read it numerous times. I read it again hoping my twin nieces and my sister would join me for a "book club discussion" about it, but with all the changes and uncertainty with the pandemic this spring, they did not complete it. I found it refreshing to read a book about a group of people who survive in an isolated area after a nuclear holocaust. Despite the hardships, they came together and worked to keep everyone healthy and feed without the many commodities and amenities that we take for granted. I highly recommend this classic novel!

                  Have you read any of these books? Please share your thoughts in the comments, along with your favorite genre of fiction books.

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                  Book Reviews | Self-Improvement & Narrative Nonfiction

                  It looks like many of us around the world will continue to spend a good bit of time at home in the coming weeks as we see spikes in the number of new coronavirus cases. During the past several months, I've been reading through the books on my to-read bookshelf as well as re-reading books from our personal library here at home. So, this week I'll be catching up and sharing reviews of the books I've read this year with the hope that you'll find one or two of interest to keep you inspired or entertained in the days ahead. Today's offering includes three self-improvement guides and one narrative nonfiction.

                  Self-Improvement
                  A self-improvement (or self-help) book can be defined as a book written with the explicit intention of helping its readers change or improve some aspect of their personal or professional lives. 

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                  Sink Reflections is a look at Flylady's (Marla Cilley) plan for maintaining a clean and decluttered home. It is written for people who need help and simple directions for getting and staying organized. I consider myself one of the Born Organized people that Flylady says probably don't need her system, but I enjoyed the re-read before placing it in the box of books we sold at Half Price Books right before the pandemic closed everything down back in March.

                  Feel the Fear ... and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers shares "dynamic techniques for turning fear, insecurities, and anger into power, action, and love." This was a good easy read to help us discover what we fear and why, how to silence the negative chatterbox in our minds, and ways to create more meaning in our lives. This book was recommended in an entrepreneur group I participate in and has been on my to-read shelf (partially read) for a couple of years.

                  I purchased Ruth Soukup's newest book, Do It Scared, when it first came out last May. This is a really good book that encourages us to take the Fear Archetype Assessment and discover what fears are keeping us from moving forward and making changes in our life.The book is divided into three sections: (1) a description of each of the Fear Archetypes, (2) details on the Principles of Courage, and (3) implementation strategies for Courage in Action.

                  Narrative Nonfiction 
                  Narrative nonfiction is sometimes called creative nonfiction and is a true story written in the style of a fiction novel. This is my favorite way to read history because I find it easier and more enjoyable to read than a textbook style book.


                  In Cold Blood by Truman Capote reconstructs the investigation of the murder of four members of the Clutter family in Holcomb, Kansas, in November of 1959. They were killed by a shotgun held just a few inches from their faces in their home, and there was no apparent motive and almost no clues. This book, which I purchased and had on my to-read shelf for a couple of months, is extremely well-written and provides the suspense of a thriller novel.

                  Have you read any of these books? Please share your thoughts in the comments, along with your suggestions for additional self-improvement and narrative nonfiction books.
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