turning into a little book worm..

This is such a random blog post- but hey, its my blog so I can do that. Nothing has been weighing on my mind too heavy lately so I figured I will enjoy the break. It has been such a hectic week, but such a great week. Greenville on Sunday and Monday to take Sam back, Charleston on Tuesday for the John Mark McMillian concert, and then Charlotte on Wednesday and Thursday for the Jesus Culture concert. SHEESH. I am one tired girl, but it was so fun, and so very worth it. If you haven’t heard John Mark or Jesus Culture and love some really powerful worship music, I suggest downloading their CDs. They’re both amazing—and the best part is they sound just as great and are just as powerful in person. Very rarely does that happen. Any who I am currently sitting on the couch, coffee in hand (Jumping Java- German Chocolate Blended with whipped cream, thanks) and the latest Lady Antebellum CD playing. The best friend bought us tickets for their show in June, so they have been on repeat.  I am such a country bumpkin at heart.  The boyfriend is back at school so I am keeping myself busy. I have to say the whole long-distance relationship is a tad more difficult than I imagined. I figured since I am not a very clingy person, that the 3 hour gap and visits every two weeks would be a breeze. Boy how quickly things change when you fall in love with someone, despite the fact that we want to ring each other’s necks half the time—I find myself always wanting him around. Okay, okay enough with the sappy boyfriend talk before I start to throw up, myself.

I have been on such a reading kick lately—this month I have finished:

And I am currently working on:

All great books! The first two were just beach reading but the third was really moving. I totally recommend it to all girls who are not married yet. It shows you why it is super important to wait until marriage to have sex-- emotionally, spiritually, and even physically. It opens your eyes up to things you would never even think twice about. If you have read any great books, Christian or not, I would love to hear about them!  I am also in a toss-up about The Hunger Games. I can’t decide if I should read the books first, or see the movie then read it. I know a bunch of people have had the same trouble deciding so I could use some good feedback!



  1. This is one that most people have read, but I HIGHLY recommend Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers. One of the most moving, impactful fictional books I've ever read.

  2. Is it something I can pick up around here, or do you think I can find it at Books-a-million? I'd love to check it out!

  3. It's probably something you can find at Books-a-million. It's a pretty popular book that was published in the 1990s.


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