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Today was busy. I taught swim lessons, help with a party at my son’s school, and came home to grill some fillets. Wish I was taking it easy, but I’m wrapping more books tonight 🤪 Do you grill? - Lindsay 💕 #blakeandbeckner
Esta creciendo mi coleccion de libros. Para que se den una idea todos los del lado izquierdo son ya leidos, los del derecho son mezclado aun me faltan algunos y otros tengo a mitad. Sin contar los que tengo junto a mi cama ya leidos y sin terminar a mitad. Estos dias he estado muy ocupada y casi ni he leido. Pero por este medio yo les ire contando libro que lea que me parecio y ustedes sabran si lo buscan para animarse a leerlo. 🤗📚 que pasen un excelente dia.
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Sitting here suffering from hey fever 😕 I swear I have tried everything and nothing works.... time to go drown myself in the shower to try clever my head.... On a side night slowly getting playroom sorted. And I only have to do touch up painting to the kids rooms and they are done so stayed tuned 😉
Thank you @stmartinspress for sending me an ARC of The Girls at 17 Swann Street. I think this will be a gut wrenching, difficult—but important read. I struggled with an eating disorder in high school, and while today at 31 I no longer have an eating disorder, I do still struggle with my body image. So while I think this will be an important, powerful read, it certainly will not be an easy one. 👉🏼👉🏼 I am curious what’s a book you want to read, but are hesitant because the topic feels deeply personal or difficult and you’re not sure you’re ready? Have you read any books like that? If so, were you glad you read them? 👈🏼👈🏼
Blurb: “Yara Zgheib’s poetic and poignant debut novel is a haunting portrait of a young woman’s struggle with anorexia on an intimate journey to reclaim her life...
The chocolate went first, then the cheese, the fries, the ice cream. The bread was more difficult, but if she could just lose a little more weight, perhaps she would make the soloists’ list. Perhaps if she were lighter, danced better, tried harder, she would be good enough. Perhaps if she just ran for one more mile, lost just one more pound.
Anna Roux was a professional dancer who followed the man of her dreams from Paris to Missouri. There, alone with her biggest fears – imperfection, failure, loneliness – she spirals down anorexia and depression till she weighs a mere eighty-eight pounds. Forced to seek treatment, she is admitted as a patient at 17 Swann Street, a peach pink house where pale, fragile women with life-threatening eating disorders live. Women like Emm, the veteran; quiet Valerie; Julia, always hungry. Together, they must fight their diseases and face six meals a day.
Every bite causes anxiety. Every flavor induces guilt. And every step Anna takes toward recovery will require strength, endurance, and the support of the girls at 17 Swann Street...”
"What would Ma Ingalls do?" - Call me weird but I've had this idea swirling through my brain for a few years now. To piggyback on my post from Friday, I often ponder this idea, if there was no school at all, no government telling you to send them, no standardized tests and "what typical kids in this grade should know" (ie if we were out in the wilderness by ourselves a la Ma Ingalls and family) what would I teach my kids? What would I want them to know before I sent them off to be adults? No doubt my first answer is to love God and love others, kindness, truthfulness, humility, work ethic, along with basic life skills, of course. But beyond that? This weekend I dug out this list I had created for myself a few years ago, in answer to this question. .
From my old journal:
- basic reading, writing, arithmetic
- strong/true character studies (men & women of influence)
- the Bible
- articulate and influential writing and speaking
- chronological history, for the purpose of explaining political/cultural/sociological issues, connected with the arts (literature/music/art/dance), connected with scientific inventions/discoveries, connected with the Bible, connected with causal geography
- lifeworthy math: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, percentages, decimals, geometry, probability & statistics, economics
- physical activity
- lifeworthy sciences, connection to the human body, plants and nature and animals, especially local
- Main 3:
. *** teaching them not what to think, but how to think ***
Detailed, for sure. Maybe missing some things that I'll think of later. But I'd encourage you to think through your own list. Write it down here if you'd like (there were a couple great ones shared on my last post). What do YOU want to teach your kids? If you were Ma, what would you do?
The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success.... while cleaning earlier, I came across this copy
It is available for anyone that it is speaking too... it's a new copy, hardcover book.
Available meaning FREE.... if you are in Las Vegas, we can meet while I'm at a public offering, if you are out of state, asking you cover postage.
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