You'll wish that summer
could always
be here!

Do ordinary things with extraordinary love.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Tuesday Tales

A weekly peek at what we're reading. 
Post your peek in the comments and share your favorite books!

Anne is reading
The Paris Wife by Paula McLain

I missed Ernest's company all day, but he didn't seem to miss mine, not while there was work to do.  When he craved contact, he stopped in to visit the Cezannes and Monets at the Musee du Luxembourg, believing they had already done what he was striving for -- distilling places and people and objects to their essential qualities.  Cezanne's river was thick and brown and realer for it.  That's what Ernest was after -- and sometimes the going was achingly slow.

Holly is still reading
The Mother Market by Nancy Brelis

Babs fed them frozen chicken pie for dinner.  "If I spend too much time cooking, I won't be able to devote myself to developing our relationship," she said.

Lily is reading
Bible Stories for Girls by the American Bible Society

Poor Hannah was very sad --
She couldn't have a child.
Hannah went to the temple to
Speak to God for a while.

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