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Tuesday, April 3, 2012
More about Birthdays
On Thursday this week, I will be getting a manicure, a massage and maybe even a hair cut! While I am out pampering it up, Christian is taking the day off to take care of Melody so I can have some very rejuvenating Rachel-time.
I can't wait!
Speaking of not being able to wait... I am currently expecting some books in the mail that I cannot wait to get my hands on. The birthday money my mom sent me this year went completely toward books. I don't think it would have mattered how much money she (or anyone) gave me, I probably would have spent it ALL on books.
Here's what I'm waiting on getting from Amazon.com and Christian Book Distributors:
No Mom Jeans by Melissa Fiendell
Rocking the Roles: Building a Win-Win Marriage by Robert Lewis
She's Gonna Blow by Julie Ann Barhill
Ashley Stockingdale 3 part series by Kristin Billerbeck
Miserly Moms: Living Well on Less in a Tough Economy by Jonni McCoy
The Art of Making Dances by Doris Humphrey
Absolutely Organized by Debbie Lillard
It's Hard to Make a Difference When you Can't find Your Keys by Marilyn Paul
When I mentioned in this list that I had an affinity for books... I wasn't lying! I request books for holidays, birthdays, any time I can! I guess I owe my love for reading partially to my Aunt Joyce for always giving me books at Christmas and partially to my mother who always tended to escape the reality of three children by keeping her nose stuck in a book. (If you are reading- Love you Mom!)
This will be my last post this week, since I will be enjoying Birthday festivities and then Easter week-end with Christian and Melody. I hope to see you soon though for Common to Moms' new series Inspire Me! Mondays and some (hopefully) money saving tips on grocery shopping next week!
What books have you been reading?