We have been having bitterly cold temperatures which has just made me want to curl up on the couch with a good book and read.
Beyond All Dreams has provided me with that good time of reading. Elizabeth Camden once again brought me into the historical time period and made me enjoy the learning. History is not my thing. When she talked about the secretary of the nave, Thomas Jefferson, I was like I know who that is. Oh my!
This book dealt a lot with forgiveness. I like when I am challenged by a book to look at different areas of my life.
I also love that this book has a different spin simply because of the time period. A woman working for the Library of Congress and the man a Congressman during the late 1800's. Yes, of course you can predict they got married, but getting there was good!
Thanks to Bethany House for a copy of Beyond All Dreams for an honest review.
The Postage Stamp Vegetable Garden is a book that I will add for reference. They talk about what you can plant and how you can plant the plants in order to get the most from a small space.
I am now excited to get thinking about what all I want to plant in my garden this year. Good thing we have hit the high of 7 degrees for the day, gives me some time to plan still!
Blogging for Books provided me with a copy of The Postage Stamp Vegetable Garden in exchange for an honest review.