Books and food HomeSchool

While there are a few things on my “to do” list, books and food seem to be two more things that are the focus at home – and I want to share what I enjoy in both areas. 🙂 🙂

Books and food bring some kind of food, don’t they? One for the soul and one that seems to go straight to areas where I would rather not have done it.

My Reading goals for the year I mainly focus on books related to parenting, spiritual growth and education, but lately I haven’t read all of them in these areas. Would you like to take a look at what I’ve read in the past few months?

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Recently read books

The brave learner by Julie Bogart

Built to move mountains by Kristen Welch ⭐️

As I heard it by Mike Rowe

When less becomes more by Emily Ley

The sun sister by Lucinda Riley ⭐️

Where the crawdads sing by Delia Owens ⭐️

Kill Lincoln, Kill Kennedy, and Kill Reagan by Bill O’Reilly

I was Anastasia by Ariel Lawhon

Emily, gone by Bette Lee Crosby

The war trilogy by Diane Moody

Current stack of books

Love that lasts by Jefferson & Alyssa Bethke

The silent patientt by Alex Michaelides

Persian gambling by Joel C. Rosenberg

Last one eats

We have fun trying out some new (for us) things at home – preparing sushi, new homemade granola, but also keeping some of our favorite recipes. Here are some you will love.

Sticky honey chicken and coconut rice (YUMMMMM !!)

White cheddar macaroni and cheese

Simple braised meat

Homemade granola bars

carrot cake (on Laurianna’s birthday – even though she’s not here!)

I’m trying to get back into the swing of biweekly meal planningAbove all, so that we don’t have to go to the store as often at the moment. We are usually not a family that eats a lot, but every week we choose a local restaurant to order.

So – what are you reading (and eating) these days?


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