Writing lists. Lists for church activities. Lists for the wedding. Lists for the blog. So much to do, so very much to do!
Watching Little House on the Prairie. I have seasons 1 & 2 on DVD and I’ve been revisiting Walnut Grove this evening as I’m knocking tasks off my to-do lists. One of my favorites 🙂
Choosing items for the wedding registry with The Fiancé. It’s such fun planning our new life together! Looking forward to being a Mrs.!! ^.^
Thinking of what to bring to lunch tomorrow. I’ve brought my lunch twice this week already which, considering my usual eating habits, is pretty good! I’m going to try and plan out all of next week so there’s no guesswork 🙂
Wondering if I want to use a Happy Planner (Amazon) next year or if I should try something different. I really like my Happy Planner buuuuuut there are so many other systems to try out. Buuuuut Me & My Big Ideas just came out with some beeeeautiful new editions and, oh goodness, I can’t decide!
- Anne of Ingleside by L.M. Montgomery
- The Battle Plan for Prayer by Stephen & Alex Kendrick
What are you currently up to?
Hosted by Lynn @ Smoke and Mirrors & Bex @ An Armchair by the Sea
For full details, check out Lynn’s original post or Bex’s original post.
I have sweet, sweet memories of my mom reading the Little House books to me as a little girl. I also have great memories of watching the TV series on sunny afternoons (I’m currently collecting the series on DVD!) Needless to say, the books are a very special part of my childhood. So I’m extremely excited to join this read-along.
Here is the schedule:
January – Little House in the Big Woods
February – Little House on the Prairie
March – Farmer Boy
April – On the Banks of Plum Creek
May – By the Shores of Silver Lake
June – The Long Winter
July – Little Town on the Prairie
August – These Happy Golden Years
September – The First Four Years
October – On the Way Home
November – West from Home
December – Pioneer Girl/ A Wilder Rose by Susan Wittig Albert (we are going to read one each of these and then both if we have time. You are welcome to choose either one or any other book related to Laura Ingalls Wilder)
If you don’t have a set of the books, you can get the entire box set HERE.
Reading Laura Ingalls Wilder’s classic series will count towards the Classics Club Women’s Classic Literature Event.
UPDATE: By request, I made a printable list for this read-along if you’d like to use it! 🙂