Thursday, July 25, 2013

{TH} Read

This is my first {TH} read post.  I hope I get the format correct.

This past week I have been working on finishing up a set of coasters that I picked up last year.  I carry them in my purse in a little bag, and pull them out to work on whenever I am waiting--at the pool for the kids, in doctor's offices, on the bus to the City to see my Dad.  It is a lifesaver for my patience.  I can accomplish something while I sit.  I have one out of the set left to finish.

I've been receiving a subscription to Canadian Living for probably close to nine years now.  The magazine has changed over the years.  Some changes I like, and some I don't.  But the recipes are often excellent, and I have tried many of them over the years.  Some have become favourites of ours, and I keep them in my Living Cookbook software.

On my Kindle I've been reading a book about a man who grew up in Africa.  I'm not sure I really like it, but it does evoke a lot of memories of the sights and sounds of the places I lived in as a child.


  1. Hi Karen this is Misty from Nordyke Academy, hank you for visiting our blog. I answered back on your question on our blog. I am a new follower now. I just love your coasters so pretty. I think it is cool you live in Canada... wow where at?? Did you ever live in Africa?? I look forward to getting to know you more. It is wonderful you are a pastor's wife. Oh, HAPPY ANNIVERSARY !! My hubby and I will be celebrating our 24th this month on the 18th. My son will also turn 16 on the 19th.
    May Gob bless you on you homeschooling. God bless +

    1. I was born in Africa--to Missionary parents. We live in SW Ontario.

  2. How neat, I bet you have some awesome tales to tell and a lot of cool pics.
    and opps on my spelling errors above.
    Look forward to reading your posts.