Happy Sunday, folks! It’s a lazy one here. My husband is out running errands, but Greyson and I had coffee with my mom (coffee for us, cartoons for him). There’s some crochet in my near, near future, and we may go out for some archery this afternoon. That’s about it! Now, on to the books and stuff!
Reading | Don’t tell, but I still have a few pages of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina to finish up. I’m also in the middle of Jen Hatmaker’s For the Love: Fighting for Grace in a World of Impossible Standards for #nonficnov.
Listening | All podcasts all the time. Since Spooked! ended for the season, I’ve been listening to Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine thanks to Heather’s recommendation! If you’re not sure what toilet plumes are, go listen to the latest episode.
Blogging| This week was the first week of this new incarnation of the blog. I kicked it off with a post on loving well in these troubled times. I followed that up with the first week of Nonfiction November, an overview of my nonfic reading thus far, and finally, an #RIPXIII wrap-up. So many good books. Coming this week, more Nonfiction November, naturally!
Doing | I joined Kingdom Strong’s Inner Circle. Kingdom Strong is founded by my dear friend Amber and her sister Jessica. The Inner Circle is a group of women who support each other through holistic transformation. Along with the membership comes weekly workout plans, nutrition advice, spiritual teachings, lifestyle faves, live Q&A sessions, and a lot of amazing community. Get to know the them and their story by following them on Instagram or Facebook or check out their website.
Smelling | FALL CANDLES! I have an Avon candle burning in the in my bedroom office right now, and it’s a heavenly blend of pumpkin and apple cider.
Loving | My sweet Greyson. He has a classmate who’s been in the hospital for a few weeks now. Greyson asked me this morning if his friend got to trick-or-treat for Halloween, and I told him I didn’t think so. He proceeded to pluck some prime pieces of candy from his Halloween bag, wrote a note to his friend, and washi-taped the candy to the note with seasonally appropriate tape. He’s just so sweet and thoughtful, and that kid loves candy, so it was a BIG DEAL to give some away.