A Myriad of Book Tags! πŸ“š πŸ’•

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A Myriad of Book Tags! πŸ“š πŸ’•

Hey everyone!! ❀️

So… as you may have noticed I haven’t been very motivated when it comes to consistently posting on my blog… Lately I’ve been more focused on making videos for my youtube channel. I want to get back into it though! I didn’t really have any ideas for a post, so I thought it’d be a good time to do a blog tag, or in this case, multiple blogs tags. Specifically, book themed tags, which are the funnest in my opinion. πŸ˜€ Let’s go ahead and get into it!


Kaley @Words nominated me for this fun looking tag! It’s called “I’ll Get Around to it Later”, referring to books I’ve been meaning to read, but haven’t yet. i.e. quite a few. Lol!

Rules:

  1. Link back to the original post at Quote, Unquote so the creator can read your answers.)
  2. Link back to the post of the person who tagged you and thank them. (Thank you, Kaley!)
  3. You may use the included graphic anywhere in your post, but you don’t have to.
  4. Fill all seven categories.
  5. You can either leave this tag open so anyone can do it or tag up to seven people.

Questions:

  1. A classic book that you have been meaning to read forever but haven’t yet

A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. I’ve owned this for a couple of years, but haven’t gotten around to actually reading it yet…

2. A book on your shelf that you haven’t read yet

There are several! A few of them are Sanctuary by Beverly Lewis, and a couple of books by Jannette Oke.

3. A book that you got recently that you haven’t read

I recently bought The Green Ember, and I can’t wait to read it! I’ve heard a lot of good things about it.

4. A book that you’ve had forever but haven’t read

A Tale of Two Cities… 😜 Other than that… XD The Valkyries series by Jeri Massi.

5. A book a friend recommended that you haven’t read

The Price to Pay: A Muslim Risks All to Follow Christ. My friend Hattush recommended this book to me when I asked for books about Muslims coming to Christ. I really want to read this one sometime!

6. A book you’re procrastinating on

A Tale of Two Cities.

7. The next book on your TBR

Lots….??? I’m not entirely sure what book I’m planning on reading NEXT. There are literally so many I want to read, and I always have to sift through my tbr and make that (hard) decision each time I pick out my books for the month. But I think next month I’ll be reading… The Green Ember…. Probably a book or two by Chautona Havig and Sarah Holman… You guys will just have to see. I’m sure I’ll be talking about my next reads in a later blog post as always. πŸ˜‰

(Check out Kaley’s answers to this tag! )


Next up, The Nerdy Bookworm Tag!! Caleb @Caleb E. King created this tag, and it looked really fun so I decided to do it! πŸ˜€ (Also, go check out the original post!)

Rules:

  1. Thank the blogger who nominated you.
  2. Include the Nerdy Bookworm Tag Image in your post.
  3. Answer the five Nerdy Bookworm Questions.
  4. Nominate two or more bloggers.
  5. Have fun!

The 5 Nerdy Bookworm Questions:

  1. What is your favorite book(s) of all time?

Ooh, super hard one. Other than the Bible, maybe… The Minstrel by Malachi Cyr, The Star Under the City by Maggie Joy, and Volition by Chautona Havig. Of course, I have a lot more favorite books, and it also always changes, since I’m always reading more. πŸ™‚

2. What’s your biggest pet peeve when it comes to people handling books?

Opening a brand new book super wide and cracking the spine before it’s time… 😒

3. In your opinion, how big does a book have to be for you to be intimidated to read it?

Pretty large… I really love long books so. As long as it’s a good book that I enjoy, it could be thousands of pages. πŸ˜‚

4. What’s your favorite book format? (Paperback, Hardcover, Ebook, Audiobook, ect.)

Paperback and hardcover. It’s hard to decide between those two, but if I had to pick one it’d probably be paperbacks because they’re cheaper and easier to hold. Hardbacks are so pretty though!

5. What are the first things you do when you pick up a book?

(Let’s assume this is at a used book store and prices are not crazy high) I look at the author’s name first probably, then the front and back cover. Then I flip through the book and see if the writing style looks interesting… Then I’ll probably smell it… And then I might buy it… (Or at least long for it…) 🀣

That was a really fun tag! Thanks for making it, Caleb!


I’m really excited about this last one called the My Life in Books blog tag!! I saw this one on the blog Quote, Unquote. (Cute name!!) Check our Leisl’s post over there. πŸ™‚

Find a book for each of your initials.

My name: Rosanna Joy Marr

R: Roses for Mama by Jannette Oke

J: Journey’s of Four by Rebekah Jones

M: Manuscript for Murder by Chautona Havig

– Count your age along your bookshelf: what book is it?

I have two shelves, so I decided to do this for each one. I got Little Women by L.M. Alcott, and The Cross and Switchblade by David Wilkinson. (I haven’t read that one yet) πŸ™‚

– Pick a book set in your city/country

Well, I’m pretty much for SURE not going to find one in my city…. And I haven’t read that many books in Mexico either, lol! XD Let’s go with Marita by Evelyn Hege. I haven’t read that one in years!

Pick a book that represents a destination you’d love to travel to.

Most books….! I want to go just about everywhere. 🀣 Let’s go with…

-Anne of Green Gables (Prince Edward Island, Canada)

– Hunting in the Highlands (Scotland)

– Emma (England)

– Pick a book that’s your favorite color

I seriously don’t even know what my favorite color is anymore…! I just love all colors. XD I like blue a lot, so I’ll go with that. I think this cover for Treasures of the Snow is so pretty!!

Which book did you have the fondest memories of?

The Sugar Creek Gang series by Paul White!

Which book did you have the most difficulty reading?

I had a difficult time getting through David Copperfield by Charles Dickens. So difficult that I didn’t even finish it, so…XD I do want to try again someday though, because I am curious about what happens…

-What book on your TBR pile will give you the biggest accomplishment when you finish it?

Finishing my entire TBR would be a pretty huge accomplishment. Other than that, I’m not really sure what one book would be a bigger “accomplishment” than the rest. πŸ™‚


Also, I’m going to tag a few people right here, and they can choose which of these tags they want to do, should they decide to do one. πŸ™‚

Kate @Once Upon and Ordinary

Hattush @Daughter of the Light

Lacey @Grace, Books and Life

Lizzie @Life with Liz

Alicia @Organized Chaos

Jana @Reviews from the Stacks

Hannah @More than Just Reading

Diamond @I have 12% of a Plan

And anyone else who loves books and would like to do one of these tags!!


And that’s it, folks! Whew, that was a lot. Let me know if you guys actually made it all the way through that! Did I mention any of your favorite books?

Thanks so much for reading, and have a great day! ❀

Your affectionate bookish blogger,

Rosy ❀️

July, 2022 Recap

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July, 2022 Recap

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Hey guys! July was a really fun month for me. I got to travel and see lots of friends, which is always a blast!!

Video calling my friend Kyra

I don’t remember much of what happened before July 14th, which is the day my mom and I left on our trip to Arizona. That was definitely the highlight of my month!!! (And year…)

My dad drove us to the airport in El Paso, Tx. Some of my siblings came along too.

The plane trip there was SO much fun! It’d been a long time since I’d flown, and I had a blast looking out the window. The view was so incredible and breath-taking!!

So pretty!!!!

I got a starbucks drink for the first time ever at the airport! I got a caramel ribbon crunch frappuccino – or something like that. It was so good!!! πŸ˜‹

We went to the Arizona Homeschool convention the next day, which was really good. I had a great time listening to some of the speakers, doing a fun photography class, and hanging out with my friends. πŸ˜€

Visiting with my friend, Dani, and holding her adorable baby sister

So that went really well. I also bought three books, which I can’t wait to read! πŸ˜‚

The next day was Sunday, and we had a really good time at church. I don’t have any pictures, but if you stay until the end of this post I will be sharing a video. πŸ™‚

On Monday I spent the day with some amazing friends of mine! We went out thrifting and had a blast.

I found a pink princess-y dress with *very* large puffed sleevesNeedless to say, I felt very much like Anne of Green Gables, lol. XD I didn’t get it, but I thought it was really fun. XD

AndI love this picture of Susie and I! ❀ I didn’t get that dress either. πŸ˜‚

For lunch we all went to Chipotle. It was my first time eating there, and it was delicious!!! The burrito I got was HUGE, and lasted me both lunch and supper…. lol!!

I spent the night with the Hublers, and we watched Emma (2009)- all 4 hours. After that I talked with Susie for a while, and finally went to bed at 3 am. Only to get up at 5:30. So yeah, I didn’t get much sleep, but that was fine. It was the time for sleeping, I could always catch of later. 🀣

Playing chess with Gaby

The next day I hung out for the morning with Gaby, which was so much fun!

That afternoon, we flew back to El Paso, and Dad picked us to take us home again. The trip was so much fun, and I was sad it was over. It was good to be home again though! πŸ™‚

I vlogged the whole trip! I really love how the video turned out. It’s full of a lot of amazing memories!! πŸ’• Go check it out!!

Memes I saved in July

(Not many, but enjoy these few) πŸ˜€

Books I read in July

I linked to my reviews on Goodreads. πŸ™‚
  1. Mansfield Park by Jane Austen β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…
  2. Allerednic by Chautona Havig β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…
  3. Kate’s Christmas by Sarah Holmanβ˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…
  4. Kate’s Informant by Sarah Holman β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…
  5. Relativity: The Special and General Theory by Albert Einstein
  6. Summer’s Fury by Katie Wyatt β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…
  7. The Sunroom by Beverly Lewis β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…
  8. Prairie by Chautona Havig β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…
  9. Rainbow Valley by L.M. Montgomery β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…
  10. Suit and Suitability by Kelsey Bryant β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…
  11. Discerning Truth by Jason Lisle β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…
  12. Beowulf by Unknown β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…

Books read: 12

Favorites: Prairie and Kate’s Informant

Pages read: 2,964


July was an awesome month for me!! I had so much fun traveling and spending time with friends. ❀️

How was your month? Do you have any plans for August? Have you ever been on a plane?

Love,

Rosy πŸ’•

August Bullet Journal Set Up

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Hey everyone!! Wow, it’s been so long since I’ve posted… I’ve been busy, but I have several posts coming up soon, so keep a look out for those. Meanwhile, here is my bujo set much for August!

Woah, did I just say August?!?! Crazy!!!!! I always tend to picture August as nearing the last portion of the year.

Anyway, my theme this month is very different from last month’s – basically the complete opposite.

I decided to challenge myself to do an entire set up using ONLY the black and gray! Boy, it was a challenge though…. I always natural reach for all the colorful markers and pens! However, I really like how it turned out! I didn’t think I would love it, but I like how simple and minimalistic it is.

It also goes to show that you don’t need a whole bunch of supplies to bullet journal! I only used pencil, pen and one marker – that’s pretty much it.

I had a fun idea for the calendar, and that was to simply write the date vertically down the center of the page. Then. I can just write events/special days next to the date! Then I have a goals and plans page, which I haven’t filled out yet. XD

Habit tracker – I like how the header turned out!

Gratitude log and social tracker. πŸ™‚

You guys are probably tired of me saying this is my favorite page, but… it just is, and I have to say it. I’m so excited for the books I’m reading this month! There are a lot on here that I’ve been looking forward to for quite a long time. I already started Once I Knew, and it’s amazing!!!!!❀️ πŸ’”

Lastly is the daily log, and it turned out a bit of a mess. The dots looked weird to me, so I tried making them smaller which helped, but I got tired of drawing them so I gave up on them on the second page. πŸ˜‚ It may not be the prettiest, but it’s functional, and that’s all I really need. πŸ˜‰

That’s all I did for this set up! I didn’t go all out, and only did a few pages, but I think it turned out nice. πŸ™‚

I hope everyone has an amazing month! Hopefully I will be posting a July recap in a few days. πŸ˜€

Love, Rosy πŸ–€

Last Chance to Buy Paintings (and Enter the Giveaway!)

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Hey y’all! I just wanted to pop on here real quickly and let you guys know that tomorrow is the last opportunity to buy a handmade painting or bracelet.

Don’t forget that each purchase will be equal to one entry to win these two friendship bracelets!

I hope everyone is having a great day!! ❀️

Love, Rosy 🌸

Paintings for Sale! (Giveaway! πŸŽ‰)

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Paintings for Sale! (Giveaway! πŸŽ‰)

Hey everyone! β™₯️

I haven’t sold paintings in quite a long while… so I’m so excited to finally be doing this again! I’m also excited to announce another hand-made product available for sale. Friendship bracelets!!

I learned how to make these a while ago, and have been working on them on and off since. I didn’t get as many done as I would have liked, but I have several sets as well as single available to buy. πŸ˜€

Click on the photos below to find prices and more information on buying your own painting and/or bracelet!

β™₯️ Paintings

β™₯️ Bracelets

β™₯️ Shipping and Payment Details

Shipping on all paintings is $10, and bracelets are $2. If you buy a painting and a bracelet, shipping for the bracelet will be free! πŸ˜€

Contact me either through email, the comments, or the order form at the bottom of this post if you would like to purchase something. πŸ™‚

The deadline for purchasing is July 10th, and the deadline for payment is the 12th. Payment will be through paypal, and I will privately contact you with information about that. πŸ™‚

β™₯️ Giveaway πŸŽ‰

For every purchase made between now and July 10th will receive one entry to win these two round friendship bracelets. You will get an entry for each item you purchase. πŸ˜€ I will announce the winner sometime after the 10th. Good luck!

Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions!!

Love,

Rosy ❀️

July Bullet Journal Set Up (+My Summer Bucket List)

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July Bullet Journal Set Up (+My Summer Bucket List)

Hey friends!!

IT’S SUMMER!! We’re also halfway through 2022… Isn’t that just so crazy?!

Nevertheless, I’m really excited about this next month! 1) SUMMER! Yay! 2) My mom and I have a trip planned, so I’m SUPER excited about that! You’ll definitely be seeing more about that after it happens. πŸ˜€

Anyway, let’s get on to my July bullet journal set up! πŸ˜€ The theme is… summer colors!

I started with a calendar, which I haven’t done in quite a long time. In fact, I don’t think that I’ve done a full sized calendar is close to a year. But I thought that I would actually use it this month, so I made one, and I love it! The designs were so fun and simple to make. πŸ˜€

This page is filled with several random trackers. πŸ™‚

I did the books page a tiny bit different than usual – instead of drawing all the tiny boxes, I just wrote the numbers without them. It’s crazy how much time that saved, haha!

I love how the hand-lettering for July turned out on this page!!! I may have done too much confetti in the corner though, because it’s taking up a lot of space, lol..!

Next, I did a spread dedicated to our trip in a few weeks. A packing list, and a page to write down some of my highlights from the trip. Ahh, I’m so excited!!!

Lastly, I had so much fun putting together a summer bucket list. I thought of so many things that I want to do, and goals I want to complete over the next few months. πŸ˜€ I’m going to include it for you all, and hopefully you all can get some inspiration from it!

My Summer Bucket List

  1. Plant more flowers

2. Read summer-y books

3. Make friendship bracelets

4. Have a girl’s night

5. Do a mystery dinner

6. Do 4 more paintings

7. Make Create this Book video

8. Make summer videos for my channel 

9. Journal more often

10. 6 YouTube videos 

11. 12 blog posts

12. Have a β€œno-computer” day

13. Make ice-cream

14. Make frozen treats

15. Get an ice cream cone

16. Walk to the lake

17. Paint rocks

18. Go to Starbucks for the first time

19. Learn to paint my nails, and try summer-y nail wraps

20. Spend more time outside

21. Read 40 books

22. Make some scrunchies

23. Do a workout challenge

24. Go cloud watching 

25. Make fresh lemonade/iced tea

26. Go thrifting

27. Read in a tree

28. Fly in a plane

29. Stargaze/photograph the stars

30. Try highlighting hair with lemon juice

31. Photograph flowers

32. Try out some new recipes

33. Sell paintings 



I’m so excited for this Summer! Do you have any plans in the next few months?

Love,

Rosy ❀️ β˜€οΈ

My Top Ten Favorite Books – Collab with Lizzie Marr

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Hey friends!

My sister Lizzie got a blog very recently, and we decided it would be fun to do a collab together! If you haven’t seen her blog yet, it’s called Life with Liz. Go check it out!

In these posts Lizzie and I are going to be sharing our top 10 favorite books, not an easy task. I try to be very sparing with which books I put into my official favorites list, but still, it’s more than ten. πŸ˜‚ You can see my entire favorites shelf on Goodreads HERE. πŸ™‚

But for now, I’m going to work on choosing my ten absolute favorite, out of all of my favorites. XD

  1. Hiding in the Light by Rifqa Bary
Christian, Non-fiction, Biography

I read this book very recently, and loved it SO much! I love reading stories of muslims who come to know Christ. The writing style of this autobiography was amazing, reading more like a fascinating novel than a true story. I almost couldn’t put it down! Rifqa’s testimony is so incredible and encouraging. ❀

2. Volition by Chautona Havig

Christian, Sci-fi, Dystopian

A very different style of book from the last one, but also so good. This one just fascinated me sooo much, and the ending was so sweet. I don’t read much in the way of sci-fi, but this one is really good. Even if you don’t like that genre, try reading this book, and you just may find you like it! I don’t even know how to explain what this book is about, lol. XD You can read more about it here.

3. The Hidden Hand by E.D.E.N. Southworth

Classic, fiction, mystery

My friend Kyra gave me this one a couple of years ago, and I’m so glad, because I and my entire family absolutely love it! I’ve read it at least 3 times, once aloud to my sisters. And now my sister Lizzie is reading it to the rest of my siblings who haven’t yet heard it. So yeah, it’s been loved. πŸ˜„

4. The Lost Art of True Beauty – The Set Apart Girl’s Guide to Feminine Grace by Leslie Ludy

Christian life, non-fiction

I would recommend this to every Christian teen girl, as well as anything else by Leslie and Eric Ludy. This book has been very helpful to me in the past years, and I still frequently go back and read it for the reminder. (Also check out Set Apart Femininity by the same author.)

5. Evidence not Seen by Darlene Deibler Rose

Christian, Autobiography

This book is awesome for anyone who loves WWII or missionary stories, like me. Darlene’s story is so amazing and encouraging!

6. Kate’s Innocence by Sarah Holman

Mystery, contemporary fiction, Christian

This book was an awesome start to an awesome series. So far I’ve read the first four, and can’t wait to read the rest very soon. The first book is my favorite of the series so far, but the whole thing is definitely recommended if you like mystery and stories having to do with spies and the FBI. So much fun!

7. The Minstrel by Malachi Cyr

Historical fiction, adventure

Another book that has been well loved by my entire family. The plot, the character development, the length, and everything about it is awesome! XD πŸ˜€ Plus, historical fiction is one of my top favorite genres, so. πŸ˜€

8. The Star Under the City by Maggie Joy

Historical fiction, WWII

Another historical fiction, and WWII book. As I said, I really love stories set during and around WWII. The characters in this book are so love-able, and *cries* there are some super good and sad scenes in here. Also… isn’t that cover to beautiful…?

(I’m currently lost about which books to include as my last two favorites… Ugh, this is so hard!!! Ok, let’s see….)

9. A Gown of Spanish Lace by Jannette Oke

Christian, historical fiction, romance

Ugh, this one really made me cry!!!! It’s so sad and really good. I’m actually currently in the middle of reading it to my sisters! They’ve been really enjoying it as well. πŸ˜€

10. The Lost Clue by Mrs. O.F. Walton

Christian, mystery, fiction

I enjoyed this book more than I thought I would getting into it. It’s very whole-some, easy to read, and entertaining. I loved the mystery aspect of it. I’d like to read this one aloud to my siblings sometime. πŸ™‚

Bonus – The Lamplighter by Maria Susan Cummins

Christian, fiction, classics

Sorry, I just had to add one more… XD I haven’t read this one in quite a while. In fact, I never read it, since we don’t own it, but listened to the audio book on librivox. I’d love to actually own a copy sometime!

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Whew, that was so hard!! I feel like there are so many books I’m missing… I did my best to pick out my favorites though, and if you’d like to see more, you can check them out here. πŸ™‚

Thank you to Lizzie for doing this fun collab with me!! I can’t wait to see your answers. πŸ˜€ Go check them out by clicking the button below!!

Love,

Rosy ❀️

Apple Blossom Photoshoot πŸŒΈ

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Apple Blossom Photoshoot πŸŒΈ

Hey friends! ❀️

One of my favorite times of the year is Spring, when it’s getting warmer and the flowers start to bloom. The world gets greener as new life springs up everywhere around me, and I just want to praise God for His beautiful Creation.

“O LORD, how manifold are your works! In wisdom have you made them all; the earth is full of your creatures.” Psalm 104:24

I especially love to photograph flowers when they begin to bloom. I’ve done of lot of peach blossom photography, but I haven’t taken many photos of apple blossoms. This is strange, since our house is literally surrounded on all sides by several different apple orchards. (We live in the biggest apple producing area in Mexico.) So this Spring it was one of my goals to photograph some apple blossoms, so one morning in early April I drove to a nearby orchard for a photoshoot. I went at around 8:00 in the morning, so that the sun would be low in the sky for the perfect lighting. It wasn’t quite as low as I would have liked, but still good. πŸ˜€

Anyways, on to the photos! (I took about 250 in total, but of course, I will only be posting a few of my favorites.) XD

So many flowers!!!
The colors of some of the flowers were so vibrant!
Some were bright pink, while others were almost white.
Look at those details! ❀

I had so much fun with this, especially since I hadn’t really done a full-out photoshoot in quite a while. I’m so glad I had this opportunity. πŸ˜„ Thank you so much for reading this post, and I hope you enjoyed these pictures! ❀️

Love,

Rosy 🌸

“Ah, LordΒ God! Behold,Β You have made the heavens and the earth by Your great power and outstretched arm.Β There is nothing tooΒ hard for You.” Jeremiah 32:17

May, 2022 Review

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May, 2022  Review

Hey friends! ❀️

I realize that, yet again, I have skipped a reviewing a month… I didn’t post a recap of April, because I had very few photos, and wasn’t really feeling motivated to do it. So yeah. Sorry about that. XD

Whatever the case, I’m back with a recap of the month of May! πŸ˜€

Near the beginning of this month, the Oduber family, who was moving across Mexico to a town a few hours from us, stayed at our house for a few days. It was really fun to get to know their family!

A couple of weeks later, one of the churches my dad frequently preaches at held a conference. The Oduber family was able to come again, and stayed at our house during the duration of the conference. It was fun, and the conference was really good! Quite a few people came. πŸ˜€

The men visiting

Lizzie and I went on a short walk/hike with some of the women. We climbed to the top of a hill, and the view from up there was amazing!!! Sadly, I didn’t have a camera, so I don’t have pictures of the view. But it was really fun!

Lizzie, me and Grace
James and Me
A painting I did
Another painting
The kids doing a science experiment with their friend, one of our neighbors.
Philip, Susy and James

My sister Lizzie, turned 15 near the end of May. πŸ˜€ The first two pictures of of her birthday, and the last one is from a photoshoot I did of her bit later.

Memes I saved in May

I’m thinking about making this a regular section in these recap posts because who doesn’t love good memes? πŸ˜‚ Here are a few of my favorites that I saved last month. πŸ™‚

Books I read in May

  1. Having a Mary Spirit by Joanna Weaver (5 stars)
  2. Kilmeny of the Orchard by L.M. Montgomery (5 stars)
  3. Kate’s Capitol by Sarah Holman (4 stars)
  4. Phantom Write by Jerry Jenkins (4 stars)
  5. Double Fault by Jerry Jenkins (3 stars)
  6. Authentic Beauty by Leslie Ludy (5 stars)
  7. Volition by Chautona Havig (5 stars)
  8. The Last Gasp by Chautona Havig (4.5 stars)
  9. Imprisoned with ISIS by Petr Jasek (4.5 stars)

I read a lot of good books in May! I bolded my favorites, and linked to the reviews of the ones I reviewed on Goodreads. πŸ™‚

Blog Posts and Youtube Videos

Blog:

  1. May Bullet Journal Set Up
  2. 5 Things I would tell my Younger Self
  3. Yet Another Thriftbooks Haul

Youtube:

  1. Blue Butterfly Painting

May was a such a great month for us here! How did your month go?

Love,

Rosy πŸ’•

June 2022 Bullet Journal Set Up πŸ‰

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June 2022 Bullet Journal Set Up πŸ‰

Hey everyone! πŸ˜€

Gracious, we’re almost halfway through this year!! 😲 The month of May seemed to fly by particularly fast. It was a good month, and hopefully I’ll remember to post a recap later!

My bujo theme for June is….

πŸ‰ Watermelon!! πŸ‰

I wanted to do something summer-y, even though it’s not quite summer yet. πŸ˜€

I managed to fit what I usually have in 3 pages, on 1. I actually really like how it turned out! It’s much more compact, and saves space. Besides, why do I really need an entire page to write 30 things I’m thankful for? πŸ˜‚

If you’re confused about how my mood tracker is supposed to work-each day I will draw seeds on them, and the more seeds I draw, the better the day was. πŸ˜‚ Although I just can’t keep from thinking of the blank watermelons as tiny, red and pink pizzas… Haha!!!

I made a highlights page, where I will just write down some of the things that particularly stood out to me in the month, and on the next page and did a social and workout tracker. I had a little bit of extra space on the bottom of the page, so I used that to include a Bible verse. πŸ˜„

My book tracking page. The blank spot on the top of the second page is because I always end up reading more books than I originally wrote down, and I want to have some space to add those in. I’m excited for this month’s books!!

Lastly, I did my daily log, where I usually put todo lists and the like. I think the watermelon font I used is so fun!

Happy June everyone! I hope you have an amazing month!! ❀️

Love,

Rosy πŸ‰