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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Reading List - Revisited

Back in January, I posted my reading list. Since I have been 6 months, I thought we should take a realistic look at where I am on my reading list. To see links to any of these books, click here.

02 (O subscript 2) by Richard Dahlstrom - I only have two more chapters in this book.
done!
Do You Think I'm Beautiful by Angela Thomas done!

A Prisoner and Yet by Corrie Ten Boom still in process....had to put it down for a while.

And here is my future reading list:

Instructing a Child's Heart by Tedd & Margy Tripp I think I've read one chapter so far.

unchristian by David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons

A Beautiful Offering by Angela Thomas Have a few more chapters to go in this one.

Not Good if Detached by Corrie Ten Boom

Defeated Enemies by Corrie Ten Boom

Guys are Waffles/ Girls Are Spaghetti by Chad Eastham

Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis about half way through

Everyday Talk by John Younts about half way through

5 Conversations You Must Have With Your Daughter by Vicki Courtney

The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom (already read this once but gonna read it again!) Loaned this one out but planning still to read it again.



Really doesn't look like I'm doing too well does it? It's hard for me to find time to read with a toddler running around.
Also, I joined a book club a couple of months ago, and we are reading our first book. I bet you are wondering why it is taking more than one month to read a book. Well, the book is Les Miserables and we are taking it one "book" at a time. So, we started in April and should finish in September. SO, when I have a chance to read something 'fun', I usually pick that book up until I'm done for the month. SO far, however -- I've not been finished with a 'book' long enough before time for us to meet and discuss that I have had time to read other books.
I'm also still working on reading through the bible in a year. I'm behind (I will admit it) but I am working on catching up.
Lately, I'm doing my bible reading during my quiet time, as well as reading John Yount's Everyday Talk {Which I HIGHLY recommend by the way).
So, that's it. Looks like I'm failing my reading list. How about you?
How are you doing on your reading list, 6 (ok - almost 7) months in?

In HIM -

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