Above my computer in my office is a shelf. One day, I was sitting waiting on something to load (welcome to my life), and was looking at the books I have and started to laugh. I am so scattered! Now, I know this about myself, that is why I can laugh about it. I am always into something and get bored very easy. I jump in with both feet in whatever I am doing, accomplish what I set out to do, make sure it is a sucessful endeavor, then ultimately, I get bored and ready for a new adventure. Good thing for Big Buckaroo that he is the exception with this personality quirk of mine.
So, I looked up and the books described my life for the moment:
On Cooking, A Textbook of Culinary Fundamentals - this was a gift from my certified chef mother-in-law. Um, is this a hint? I thought I was a pretty good cook. Just kidding, she was just passing on her old book when she was de-cluttering. Maybe if I read this Big Buckaroo would enjoy some new, exotic meal tonight. Um, no, it's fajita night (Cinco de Mayo).
All my child training books that I need right at my finger tips- Shepherding A Child's Heart, The Successful Homeschool Family Handbook, Jumping Ship, The Manners Guide ( a lighter, weight-wise, book that precedes pulling out the Amy Vanderbilt book) and the book every mom of boys needs (and wives of adventurous men) Wild at Heart. Now, if I had time to read them in their entirety, it seems that actually taking care of and educating our children is very time consuming.
And, home stuff like, Lowe's Home Decorating book, Creative Homeowner Kids Rooms, Desperate Households (from my home organizing stint). Always some home project going on or being planned around here.
The Shack, a very good fictional book full of truths.
Oh, and let's not forget, You Can Farm by Joel Salitan, my Eat Fresh, Eat Local, and Eat Unprocessed hero. Farmer's Market is getting ready to be launched, yep, another Park Wife project.
Who knows what will show up on the bookshelf next, mountain climbing? hang gliding? underwater basket weaving? building rock walls? Stay tuned.
What's on your bookshelf?
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