OK... so there may be more than one post per week here. You don't mind though, right? ;)
Winter is a nice time for hunkering down with extra reading! I like reading hard copy, print books, but I also do enjoy e-books too. Here's what I'm currently reading...
For spiritual growth and refreshment... Thirsting for God is a wonderful daily devotional with a quote, piece of a story, essay, etc.--in her own words--by the great and much loved Mother Teresa of Calcutta (who was canonized a SAINT in the Catholic church last year!) I like daily devotion books like this, with a little reading to begin the day with. To think about, pray with, and sip on rest of the day.
Resisting Happiness is a new-ish book by Matthew Kelly, founder of Dynamic Catholic. I've just started this and already know I'm going to have my journal handy while reading this one! It explores the age-old questions surrounding the idea of happiness, and ways we cleverly (or not so cleverly), wreck our own happiness!
This is a pair of books I'm borrowing from the library... India_Contemporary is a GORGEOUS coffee table book overflowing with interiors that combine the beauty of traditional arts & crafts alongside current design elements in India. I don't usually borrow (or buy) home/interior books. But this one sat on the library shelf and pulled me right in! I've always wanted to travel to India, actually...
Søndagsmiddag is a scrumptious book of recipes (paired with tasty photos!) and inspiration for the best meal of the week--Sunday dinner. This is written by the well-known food writer/blogger here in Norway, Marit Røttingsnes Westlie, otherwise known as Fru Timian (Mrs. Thyme).
Lots of good things to "chew" on with these! But how about you? What book(s) is/are on your nightstand, your coffee table, in your book bag, or your tablet/device? Any recommendations?!