…and we’re back

We were out of town for the last ten days, since David had a work assignment up in NH and we took the rest of the week to hang out with my family and celebrate my Mom’s birthday with her!

There are many, many pictures to come, but for now I’ll let you chew on one of the fruits of my trip: my reading list for 2008….at long last…bold print indicates a re-read (which means it was really, really, good the first time around).

  • Humility C.J. Mahaney
  • A Mother’s Heart Jean Fleming
  • The Excellent Wife Martha Peace (with Laura)
  • Doing Things Right in Matters of the Heart John Ensor (with Erin)
  • Disciplines of a Godly Woman Barbara Hughes
  • Shopping For Time Carolyn Mahaney and her daughters
  • Jonathan Edwards: A Life Marsden or Iain Murray’s biography of Edwards
  • Jane Austen’s letters
  • Northanger Abbey Jane Austen
  • Stepping Heavenward Elizabeth Prentissbook study (I read this about once a year. This time I’ve purchased a Bible study that goes along with it)
  • Worldly Saints Leland Ryken
  • When People Are Big and God is Small Ed Welch

8 Responses to “…and we’re back”

  1. michelle

    Have you read An Uncommon Union by Edna Gerstner? Excellent! It’s a biography of Jonathan and Sarah Edwards marriage. I really enjoyed it. It’s difficult to find, as it’s out of print, but worth it if you can get your hands on it.

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  2. Kelly

    I have read that, Michelle…a couple times. I love it! I have the version with Noel Piper’s introduction.

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  3. Nicole

    Guess I need to finish Stepping Heavenward so I can give it back to you! 😉 I was reading it pretty fast until Kate was born…still trying to get a routine down!!

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  4. Nicole

    Oh and welcome back!! We’ve missed you guys! Emma started asking for “Johnny” yesterday as if she knew you guys were back!! And then today she said, “Johnny, sick?” 🙂

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  5. Erin McKevitt

    Disciplines of a Godly Woman! So good! I read that in high school and actually had a book talk with Barbara about it (remember that she was married to Kent Hughes, home church for me!) You will love it. Also, thanks for the shout out on the Ensor book. 😉

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