These have and are contributing to a lovely autumn season...
|Ann Voskamp's, One-Thousand Gifts A Dare to LIVE FULLY Right Where You Are|
This is a book to be savored... her poetic writing packs a punch that leaves you gazing starry eyed at the goodness and grace of the Lord.
Perfect pre-Thanksgiving book... or pre-anything book. It's just good any time or any season.
My own count to 1,000 has begun... talk about redeeming the time! Talk about savoring the moments! Giving thanks- writing and listing them-- for the little things. It's good, friends. Very good.
|Bengal Spice Tea|
We have been going through boxes and boxes over here.
It's like autumn in a mug.
And you really just want to sit with the box to your nose for a while... it smells that good.
It's especially good with creamer; and it has a naturally sweet taste so that, to me, it tastes perfect without sweetener.
|The magnificent Art Tatum- blind jazz pianist with amazing talent.|
His music sounds like a jazzy fall day... the leaves like to dance to it too, I think.
|Marty Goetz- Jew who found Jesus as his Messiah.|
His music is lovely and melodic... but the best part is most of the lyrics are psalms so you get fed with both beauty and scripture. I have his "I Call You Friend" album only so far... but plan to get more. He's very gracious and kind in person too!
|Nat. King. Cole. Need I say more? |
I never get tired of his music... it's perfect for every season.