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You Guys. I went to the library this weekend. (Hooray!)
Now, a literary critic I am not. So thanks for entertaining this blog about my love for this book.
I.Love.This.Book. ( I just squealed a bit when I typed that.)
First of all, she does what I do! When I buy my planner for the year, I always make sure there is room to write down what we are going to eat. It brings a sense of organization to who we are as a family. And I love watching how it changes throughout the year. After reading this book, I'm a little sad that I haven't kept my planners from previous years. *sigh*
Secondly, she has told her family's story through dinner. From being newlyweds, to having babies, to being a family in motion, she writes so eloquently about how dinner has evolved in their family.
Finally, in this book she shares some great, do-able recipes in this book. They are scattered throughout the stories.
You Guys. We all have a story like this to tell. It might not be dinner. It might be another meal. (Breakfast, lunch, snack time, you. know...)
It might not even be a meal. It might be the story of your library. The story of your house. The story of your faith. The story of your teaching or your classroom. Pets, Friends, Family...the list could go on.
As we start to close on our SOL Challenge, I'm thinking about our stories. What is yours? Keep telling it. I've loved hearing your stories!