However, after leaving the South Carolina coast on Thursday afternoon and making a quick stop at home in Tennessee, we drove north on Friday morning to Michigan for a friend's wedding. On the long ride home on Sunday, I decided to pull out My Life in France by Julia Child to see how long I could read before getting carsick. The book must have been good because I got about a 1/3 of the way through it before feeling queasy. I've continued to read it in between unpacking and laundry and catching up on emails and have found it to be thoroughly enjoyable and funny.
Wednesday Book Recommendation: Beach Read #2
As I admitted in my post-vacation post, my stack of beach reads remained untouched while we were at the coast. We were too busy doing fun things like exploring the U.S.S. Yorktown and playing putt-putt with our nephews! :-)
C.S. Lewis once said, “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream." Dream BIG. After going "there and back again," The Hubs & I have created a home that is full of books, stimulating conversation, and the laughter of our five kids. We have been the recipients of Amazing Grace, and our life goals can be summed up in four words: Love God, love people.