Earl Grey of course) and have a read.
Back in 2009 I found myself making the announcement to my five children that there would be no more reading at the breakfast table. I was sick of how long it was taking for everyone to get ready in the mornings.
But it felt sooo wrong - reading is so important to me and always has been.
I grew up in India and lived there until I was almost 15. Reading filled many, many hours of my life. I was a chronically shy child and we had no television, so reading was a wonderful escape for me. And still is today.
This blog is just a mish mash of ideas. About my Christian faith, my life with kids, the books I've read, being married to a minister, working as a librarian and whole lot of random stuff.
I think it's good to have a laugh at some of the crazy stuff that life throws at us - so whatever you do ... don't take my ramblings all too seriously!
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