Friday, June 20, 2014

Friday Links and Loves

I have been a horrible blogger these last few weeks.  I have yet to get a grip on this lack-of-schedule during the summer.  Fingers crossed, things will improve next week.  I do have some pretty good posts planned.   But since you can't find good content here lately,  I have compiled the some greatness from around the web. :)

Adoption Through Eyes Of Adoptive Dads-- A Q&A of several adoptive dads, hosted by Shannan at FlowerPatch FarmGirl.

Dear Moms, Let's Stop Being Mean to Each Other--Seriously, enough with the judgement.  Let's all work together at this game called life and stop trying to be better than the next mom.

The Sermon on the Mount study that is starting over at She Reads Truth on July 1.  I have followed along with the last two studies (Titus and Ruth) and can't wait to start Sermon on the Mount.  I think I'm going to purchase the study pack this time.  Let me know in the comments if you are doing this study, too.  We'll chat.

Carry On Warrior by Glennon Melton--Let me clarify:  I haven't read this book yet.  I HAVE ordered it from Amazon on the recommendation of a friend.  What I already love about this book is the cover.  It is so bright and happy :)

The new Erin Condren life planners-- they have just released the 18-month edition, going from July 2014 until December 2015.  These new editions have removable covers (so you can switch them depending on moods).  How cool is that?

Amazon Prime.  I know what you're thinking--AGAIN?? But seriously, Amazon Prime is awesome.  I ordered Justin's Father's Day present (the Bose mini-speaker) for a few dollars cheaper than at the actual BOSE store, and with free shipping.  Between the free shipping, free books, and Amazon Instant Video, my purchase has been more than worth it.  And now, Amazon has introduced Prime Music.  What more could you ask for?

1 comment:

  1. I'm definitely going to start this study!! :) I'm thinking about ordering the guide but haven't decided yet. Do you think from the past two studies that it would have been better if you had the guides?