I just wanted to share more about Into the Wilderness by Sara Donati as I am still reading it and have had some requests for more of a review. Well, it is a very engaging read, however, it has some steamy scenes between the two main characters. They are loving but descriptive. I am about half way through the book. I just wanted to let anyone know that prefers not to read such scenes. The plot, however, is excellent and I am enjoying reading about a wilder, simpler time.
I have started The Resolution for Women and Mike is reading The Resolution for Men. These books were written by the creators of the movie Courageous.
I found this quote encouraging -
"When you've concluded that what you already have on hand is enough, that it's adequate - that it's been deemed by God as sufficient - then you're equipped and empowered to participate fully in the tasks set before you during this season of life."
This is so true - God gives us what we need.
"God is able to make every grace overflow to you, so that in every way, always having everything you need, you may excel in every good work." - 2 Corinthians 9:8
For knitting, I am finishing up Emmy's spring sweater - the Anya's Cardigan from Vintage Knits for Modern Babies. With just a little over one sleeve left, I am hopeful to be able to finish it in time for Easter Sunday.
I found this sweet crocheted Victorian Capelette pattern and am crocheting it for Sarah to wear on Easter. It comes together very quickly.
Looking forward to all of the sharing today at Ginny's Knit Along.