Amid the hubbub of wedding preparations and moving, I've been blessed to find personal quiet time to read. Good suggestions always seem to come from pursuing the blogs that share on Ginny's weekly Yarn-Along. Two of the books I am currently looking at have come from other bloggers' recommendations.
The first, The Movement of Stars by Amy Brill, is a fiction novel that takes place in 19th century Nantucket.
I am fascinated by the Quaker community that the main character, Hannah, lives in. Many books I've read before, particularly those by Beverly Lewis, discuss similiar (to me) concepts of communities like that, especially the Amish communities.
I'm not as far as I would like to be into the book, but so far it is enjoyable.
In my possession and next on the list are 2 more books, another fiction and a non-fiction.
I'm not sure I can totally go to all whole foods, but I'd like to make an attempt. I've never really had weight issues, so it's not really about that. It would be more about getting healthy and feeling better all the time.
So, that's what I'm reading! WOOO!