Reading in April

Starting out with a hefty stack of books, I had high hopes.  Even though I barely made a dent in the stack. my hope still runs high.  It isn’t the quantity of information that you consume that means growth and learning.  That is what I thought about when I looked at the picture below, and remembered what I did finish this month.  Here are the 3 books that I completed during April.

When We Were on Fire by Addie Zierman, you can read some of my thoughts here, but I am still processing and pondering the message in this book.

April Reading List

On my nightstand this month

Surprised by Motherhood by Lisa Jo Baker.  This book was sent to me as a gift, and let me tell you, a gift it was!  While my kiddos are older (my youngest asked me why I was reading a parenting book by a title like that, as I’ve been a mom for a loooonnnng time), fresh breezes of joy for the journey blew over me.  I seeking to cultivate time to remember how very much in LIKE I am with my daughters.

$100 Startup by Christ Guillebeau, This book took me nearly the whole month to read as I needed to think and act on what it said.  If you are wanting to start your own business or need a little boost, I encourage you to pick up this book at the library.  I’ll be having my 14 year old daughter read it this summer, as she has the beginnings of a beautiful business!

Linking with Life as Mom, Booking it in April