What I’m Reading

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I love to read. I do not make time to read as often as I should. I thought that I would share what books I am currently, and going to start, reading.

1.Treasuring Christ When Your Hands are Full- Gloria Furman I wrote a little bit about this book on Wednesday. It is a small book, so it should be easy to read. I think that it is too easy to push our relationship with Jesus aside because we get caught up in cleaning, making meals, giving baths, cleaning some more, etc. I love being reminded of what my focus needs to be.

2. Longing for Paris- Sarah Mae I am a huge fan of Sarah Mae. A little over a year ago, I won a huge giveaway that she did right before Christmas. I was SO excited. As soon as this book came available for pre-order, I scooped it up. I have deep longings to still be “Ashley” the person aside from just Ashley the mom. I am still a woman who longs for art and adventure. Too often, I feel that I will only have those longings fulfilled by traveling or when my kids are grown. Adventure can happen right here where I am.
**be on the lookout for a Sarah Mae/Sally Clarkston book giveaway soon! 

3. Brave Mom- Sherry Surratt I received this book when I become the MOPS coordinator at our old church. I haven’t looked to deeply into it, but I love the title. Most of the time, I feel anything but brave.

4. Wheat Belly- William Davis, MD This one is sort of the oddball. I am huge into health and wellness. I TRY to eat REAL food. I try to do things the natural and organic way. Gluten and I do not get along. I do not have celiac disease, but my doctor told me to avoid it since it makes me feel so miserable. I cannot tell you how amazing the difference is when I eat and don’t eat gluten. It takes several weeks for gluten to get out of your body, so it takes a while to notice the true difference.  This books explains the science behind gluten and the effects that it has on your body.
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What books are you reading right now?


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