I usually take my book-selfies (for my book reviews) on Sundays, when I look halfway decent. So as I was starting off with my picture-taking yesterday, my lighting and dusty camera lens gave me this unintentionally cool photo:
(And now you sort of know what I’m currently reading [although you can’t tell which other stories are included in this particular book])
I wish I had taken a sans-book selfie in this position; I like the effect!
The time between now and Christmas Day is crazy with all sorts of activities, but I feel that many people lose sight of what Christmas is truly about; I wanted to start a new tradition to help me keep the focus on Christ. Since I knew that Advent wreaths are also designed for home/family use, and not just in churches, I wanted one of my own.
And it wouldn’t be me if I didn’t make something… so here I am with another craft project!
I’m still on a roll here, having now completed 35 books in 2017!
I finished my large Luther Rose embroidery a few weeks ago, in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation; here I’ve got photos of its progress and information about the Luther Rose!
October 31 is not just Halloween – it’s Reformation Day! And, this year also marks its 500th anniversary!