Friday, August 14, 2009

On my Nightstand

No serious reading material, as you can tell. The Joyful Community is about an intentional Christian community-- I've read it before, but before the kids, so I now have new eyes for how their community works. Then there's a montessori book, a massage book (for adults, not babies... a wonderful excuse to exchange massages each night), my journal, and a baby yoga book.

What are you reading? Any recommendations?


Sedna-is-my-own-last-name said...

Hi Adele,

I'm (trying) to read Why People Don't Heal and How They Can by Caroline Myss. One of my favorites is The Sex Lives of Cannibals: a non-fiction, HILARIOUS story about a couple living in the middle of the Pacific.

I definitely can relate to a lot of what you posted the last week...the dog hair on the rug...natural simply...except: having a meal plan and available groceries. Most weeks I just plan one or two meals and live day to day otherwise.

Living on the edge for me is doing some activity that is totally unplanned (like a daytrip).

satakieli said...

I mostly read fiction. In fact the last non-fiction I read was a Waldorf book on making your own toys for babies, that was an age ago.

I have just finished reading The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, which is a fiction loosely based around the German occupation of the island of Guernsey (one of the channel islands off the UK coast) during WWII. It was really great, I'm a sucker for that sort of historical fiction.

I need to look for some non-fiction type stuff really!

Adele said...

Ooh, thanks for the tips. Gives me a good excuse to visit the library.