Liebster Award! (+Our New Family Picture)

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Liebster Award! (+Our New Family Picture)

Hey everyone!!

Autumn over at Bursting Through the Darkness tagged me for the Liebster Award. Thanks, Autumn! I’m really looking forward to answering your questions. πŸ˜€

(Go check out her blog!!)

Autumn’s Questions:

  1. Is Chick-Fil-A sauce overrated?

I’m really not sure… It’s been so long since I’ve had it! But I’m pretty sure I really liked it.

2. Do you sing? If so, what part?

Yes, I love singing!! I pretty much just sing any part I feel like singing at the moment. XD

3. When you fold your hands naturally which thumb is on top? (right or left?)

Left. It feels so weird the other way!! XD

4. Do you like blogging on a phone or laptop better?

I’m not even sure how this is a question. Laptop by far!!!!

5. Favorite movie or book when you were a child?

Hmm, I liked a lot of them! XD But one movie I really liked was The Runner From Raven’s Head, and I book series I loved (and still love) is the Ivan series by Myrna Grant.

6. Have you ever swallowed something that’s not meant to be swallowed?

Ummmm… I think the list to too long to put here, sorry! 🀣

7. Ice cream or cake?

Ice cream! Yum!!

8. What is your favorite snack food?

Hmm, I like a lot, but maybe chips and salsa. πŸ˜‹

9. How many books are you currently reading and which one are you enjoying most?

I’m currently reading around 8 books I think, and I’m particularly enjoying Evidence Not Seen: A Woman’s Miraculous Faith in the Jungles of World War II. It’s so interesting!!!

10. We all have random fears (like driving under a bridge when a train is going across), what’s one of yours?

Um, probably abibliophobia. The fear of running out of books to read. πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚

11. Is there a verse/song/quote that has inspired you lately?

The song I’ll Never Forsake You was encouraging to me lately, when I recorded it with my friend Kyra. πŸ˜€


I’m not going to tag anyone this time (since I’ve done this so many times! XD), but anyone is free to do this as well!! I’d love to see your answers to these questions. πŸ˜€

Thanks again for tagging me, Autumn! I loved your questions!!


In other news, we finally took a new family picture, after several years! I really like how it turned out, and glad to finally have an updated photo. πŸ˜€

We got some siblings photos as well. I love them!!

I hope everyone is having a great day!

Love,

Rosy ❀️ 🌼

What books are you currently reading? πŸ™‚

Book Haul!! (+Vlogmas Weeks 3 and 4)

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Book Haul!! (+Vlogmas Weeks 3 and 4)

Hey everyone!! πŸ˜€

I have a really fun post for today. I recently bought several books from Thriftbooks, and I’m going to do a book haul, and show you guys what I got!!

Thriftbooks is my favorite place to buy books, as you can often get them for an incredibly cheap price. They are used, but are generally in good condition. πŸ™‚

As you can see, I was pretty excited to get the packages! Getting books in the mail is one of the bestest and funnest feelings ever…!!! πŸ˜€ πŸ“š

I bought 9 books altogether, for around 35 dollars. To me, that seems like an awful lot of money, but when you consider that it’s only a little over 3 dollars per book…. Super good deal!! Anyways, here’s what I got, and what I spent on them!! (And believe me, I spent a long time very carefully contemplating which books to get!) πŸ˜‚


Roses for Mama by Jannette Oke ($4.67)

I haven’t read this one yet, but my mom really loved it when she was younger, so I’m excited to read it!

A Gown of Spanish Lace by Jannette Oke ($4.19)

Another one by the same author, because I love her books!

A Father’s Promise by Donna Lynn Hess ($3.99)

Several of my siblings love this book, so I had to get it. Plus, I love WWII stories. I have a feeling this book is going to make it into my list of favorites. πŸ™‚

Through the Fire by Diane Noble ($4.39)

The first books of the Mysteries and the Minister’s Wife series.

A State of Grace by Traci Depree ($3.99)

And the second book! I read these a long time ago, and loved them. I’m excited to read them again!!

Deepest Roots of the Heart by Chautona Havig ($4.39)

Another WWII story!!! I’m just starting to read this author’s books. πŸ™‚

Emma by Jane Austen ($3.99)

Been wanting to read this one for quite awhile! So far the only Jane Austen books I’ve read is Pride and Prejudice, which I loved. I’ve heard a lot of good things about Emma. πŸ˜€

Joni – And Unforgettable Story by Joni Earekson Tada ($4.79)

An autobiography by a very inspiring lady! I’ve watched a movie about her, but haven’t yet read any of her books. πŸ™‚

Calico Captive by Elizabeth George Speare ($3.99)

The is another one my siblings have read and liked. I’ve wanted to read it for a long time, and I also love the other books by this author!

And there you go! I’m SO excited to read these books!! I had some credit from past orders, so one of these books was free, but I don’t remember which. Also, since I spent over $10, shipping was free, which was awesome! I would totally recommend Thriftbooks to anyone who loves books, but doesn’t have a lot of money to spend on them. (Also, if you don’t mind your books being a little worn, if you choose the cheapest option) πŸ™‚ It’s awesome!!


Vlogmas Weeks 3 and 4

Here are the last two parts of Vlogmas that I did over on my Youtube channel. Hope you guys enjoy! I posted Vlogmas Weeks 1 and 2 HERE, so go check these out if you haven’t yet!!

Vlogmas – Week 3

Vlogmas – Week 4

Love,

Rosy ❀️ πŸ“š

Have you guys read any one these books? Do you buy from Thriftbooks, or know of any other cheap book websites?

Happy New Year/January 2022 Bullet Journal Set Up

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Happy New Year/January 2022 Bullet Journal Set Up

Hey everyone!!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!! It’s so hard to believe 2021 is over. I’m really excited for this new year! 2021 was a great year, and I’m excited to see what the Lord has in store for 2022. πŸ˜€ πŸŽ‰

Here are a few of my New Year’s Resolutions.

~Read through the entire Bible

~Read at least 120 books

~Finish school! (This may be hard, but I’m going to try!)

~Start a new Youtube Channel

~Journal most everyday

~Get my driver’s license (I’ve been wanting to do this for a long time, and really want to just get it done!)

~Join an online business (If I can find one I want to do! )

~Begin selling friendship bracelets on my blog

~Focus on eating healthier

~Paint more often

My January 2022 Bullet Journal Set Up

Ok, so to be honest, I wasn’t feeling very inspired this month. I may be a little bit burned out from spending so much time bullet journaling every single month in 2021. Half of me wanted to take a break for January, but since it’s the first month of the year, it feels kind of sad to do that. Normally I’d want to be extra for January, but this time, I ended up just doing something super simple. I think it’ll be good to get a break though, and hopefully I’m start back up as normal in February or March! (And I’ll probably end up skipping a month this year too, so. )

Alright, the theme for January is…. *GASP* I didn’t do a theme! As I said before, i was feeling un-inspired, and didn’t have clue what theme I wanted to do. So, I decided that I was just going to do whatever I wanted, and also not worry so much about making everything perfect. So if they don’t seem as nice or well thought out as normal, that’s why. πŸ˜‰ And yeah, let’s just get into it!

The first thing I did, was a sunset circle kind of thing in the middle of the page. However, due to my apparent and obvious lack of colored pencil blended abilities, I absolutely hated, and didn’t have a clue what to do with it. So I walked away for awhile, and came back to it a bit later when I was feeling less frustrated. I decided to do a zen tangle all around the edges of the page, and after that was done, I liked it much better!! Other than the terrible hand-lettering of the word “January”, I think it’s pretty good, haha!

In my habit tracker, I accidentally made two spots bigger than the rest, which caused great distress for a few minutes. I just went with it though, and you can hardly see it now πŸ˜‰

The mood tracker is a… you know, I’m not sure what it is. A page full of geometric shapes. πŸ˜‚ Maybe it’s a stained glass window.

I like the theme of this page!

As awhiles, my favorite page! Here’s a glimpses of some of the books I’m planning on reading this month. (I’ve already finished that last one, which I’m reading out loud to my siblings!)

For my daily log, I did something super simple and just did a pretty design at the top. I didn’t even section of portions for days – I figured I’d just write down the date wherever I was at on the page. I think it’s working pretty well!

I think this is so pretty!! πŸ˜€ ❀️

As you can see, I didn’t do as many pages as I usually do, and that’s ok. I think it’ll be good to have a tiny break, and get re-motivated. Whatever the case, I’m really excited to see what January, and 2022 holds!! πŸ˜€

Love,

Rosy ❄️ πŸ’•

What are some of your New Year’s Resolutions? What are you looking forward to in 2022? What are you reading this month?

December 2021, Recap

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December 2021, Recap

Hey everyone!

Between Christmas, and seeing some of our family and friend, December was a great month!! For once, I don’t think that I will have any trouble finding good photos for you guys. I have lots to go through, so let’s just get into it!

In early December, we got together with some friends of ours to celebrate Thanksgiving. Late I know, but that was the time that worked for everyone. πŸ˜‰ We had a really good time!

All of the kids together!

My brother, Andy, broke his arm while we were there, playing Capture the Flag. Everyone signed his cast.

One of our December traditions is to have a paper snowflake party, complete with Christmas music. It’s always a lot of fun!

We celebrated Christmas as a family on December 17th, since we were going to be on a trip for Christmas day. We had cinnamon rolls, bacon and eggs for breakfast, which was really good!!

We played the Christmas Ball together, which is another family tradition. You can see how it works HERE. It’s a lot of fun!! I didn’t get any pictures of it, but you can watch us doing it in this vlog. πŸ˜€ It was an awesome day, celebrating the birth of Jesus. πŸ˜„

I did lot of baking in December. I made cookies, marshmallows (twice), enchiladas, cinnamon rolls, and more!

I did a mini photoshoot of my brother James (5). He’s adorable!! I love this pictures. πŸ’•

On December 21st, we left on our trip to my grandparent’s house. We visited some friends on the way. πŸ˜€

Over the next few days, we had a great time visiting with my grandparents, uncles and aunts!

My Aunts, Anna and Abigail, and my cousin Mikayla.
My grandpa and Me!

My uncle Joshua and Me
I love this picture!!
Abigail and Me!

While there, I straightened my hair for the first time in quite a few years! It was a lot of fun, and I really like how it turned out. It’s so different though!!

It was a great, and memorable time! πŸ˜€

We drove home on the 25th, and the rest of December was just recovering from the trip, and getting school and chores going again. πŸ™‚


In December, I…

Read:

~A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (5 Stars)

~A Christmas Carol Society by Rebekah Jones (5 stars)

~Mandie and the Holiday Surprise by Lois Gladys Leppard (3 stars)

~Questions God Asks by Israel Wayne (5 stars)

~Anne’s House of Dreams my L.M. Montgomery (5 stars)

~Christmas Jars by Jason Wright (5 stars)

~It’s a Jungle out There by Ron Snell (5 stars!)

I forgot to add that last book to my collage, which is too bad, since it’s one of my absolute favorites!!

Bible:

~1 Kings

~2 Kings

~Matthew

~1 John

~2 John

~3 John

~Titus

Blog Posts:

~November 2021, Recap// Celebrating November’s National Holidays

~Vlogmas – Weeks One and Two

~Spell the Month in Books: December

Youtube Videos:

~Vlogmas – Week One

~Vlogmas – Week Two

~Vlogmas – Week Three

(There will be a week four, but it’s not quite finished yet.) πŸ˜‰


How was your December? Can you believe it’s almost 2022?!

Love,

Rosy

Spell the Month in Books: December

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Spell the Month in Books: December

Hey everyone!

I got this fun idea from Kate over at Once Upon an Ordinary. (Go check out her awesome blog!) What you do, is spell out the name of the current month with books that you have read, and recommend – at least that’s how I’m doing it. πŸ™‚ I may or may not decide to make this a monthly thing – we’ll see! You can see the official post about it HERE. It explains it better than me, hehe. πŸ™‚

For this post, I’ll try to add as many Christmas or winter-y book recommendations that I can think of, though I haven’t read many so I’m sure they won’t all be. Whatever the case, this should be a lot of fun!!

D – 24 Day’s Before Christmas by Rebekah Jones

Mystery

I’ve read this book probably… 6 or 7 times? Yep, a lot! since it has a chapter for each of the days of December before Christmas, I enjoy reading them through out the month.

E- Evangelists in Chains

Historical Fiction

I haven’t read this recently, but I couldn’t find many good “E” books. But it’s a good one! I should read it again soon.

C- A Christmas Carol Society by Rebekah Jones

Fiction

E- None found. XD I’m sure I could find a good one if I searched harder, but I didn’t so.

M- The Minstrel by Malachi Cyr

Historical Fiction

This is definitely one of my favorite books!! I really enjoyed reading it, and can’t wait to read it out loud to some of my siblings soon. πŸ˜€

B- Beauty Shop Tales by Beth Pattillo

Mystery, Fiction

This is a fun mystery. πŸ™‚ It has nothing to do with Christmas, but I’m currently reading it.

E- Again.. Sorry…

R- Rescue in the Rockies by C.R. Hedgecock

Christian Fiction

I’m in the middle of reading this one to my siblings! We love this series, and this one has been really good so far! πŸ˜„

~Rosy πŸ“š ❀️

Have you read any of these books? Do you have any good book recommendations for “E”?

Vlogmas – Weeks One and Two

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Hey everyone!!

This month of December I’ve been doing Vlogmas over on my Youtube channel. Basically, I’m just vlogging all the way through the month. πŸ™‚ I know some people who have posted daily vlogs every day, but there is NO WAY I was going to even attempt that, so I decided to d a weekly vlog. It’s been a bit difficult to keep up with and actually remember, but it’s also been a lot of fun, and I’ve enjoyed doing it!

Since I know a lot of you all don’t follow my channel, I’m going to post the videos here on my blog as well. πŸ™‚ So far I have week 1 and 2 done, and I hope that you enjoy them!

Week 1

Week 2

Love,

Rosy ❀️ πŸŽ„

P.S. Here’s a really awesome giveaway for you guys to check out!! It ends soon, so be sure to enter tonight! πŸ˜€

November 2021, Recap// Celebrating November’s National Holidays

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November 2021, Recap// Celebrating November’s National Holidays

Hey everyone!!

I’m feeling quite un-inspired about how to introduce and start this post, lol. So I think I’m just going to call this very poor excuse for a paragraph an intro, and just get into it. πŸ˜‰.😁

I seriously cannot think of much that happened in November…. So I’ll just think of things as I go, and hopefully come up with some stuff. I’ll also tell you guys about how I celebrated some of November’s National Holidays, so hopefully it won’t be too short a post. πŸ™‚


My sister Grace, and brother Philip each had a birthday this month. Grace turned 17, and Philip turned 8! πŸ™‚

My sister, Grace, and I get to be “twins” for a bit each year. Since we were born 11 and a half months apart, we’re the same age for about 12 days!! We took these pictures while we were both 17. πŸ™‚

Grace, Lizzie and I decided to match plaid turtlenecks for church that day, which was really fun!


Then my 18th birthday happened the next day, which of course, you probably already know about from past posts, so I won’t talk about it here. But I’ll re-post a couple pictures. πŸ˜€


A few of my siblings and I. πŸ™‚

This was our family’s Thanksgiving dinner! πŸ˜€

Bekah and Ruthie did a great job making the rolls!

My youngest siblings and I, while I teach them school. πŸ˜€ πŸ₯°

And my friend Kyra insists that I share this bit of writing with you all… πŸ˜› πŸ˜‚ Basically, while learning about writing good news articles in school, one of my assignments was to write two different news articles about a nursery rhyme, but from two different biased points of view. I chose the old rhyme that says, “Ding dong, pussy’s in the well. Who put her in? Little Johnny Flynn.”πŸ˜‚ Here are my articles. They kind of silly, but they were a lot of fun to write!! XD

And this one is from the opposite bias as the last one. πŸ™‚

In November, I…

Read:

~The Minstrel by Malachi Cyr (5 stars!!!)

~Child of Mine by Beverly Lewis (5 stars!)

~Anne of Windy Poplars (2.5 stars)

~In Search of Honor (5 stars)

~Snow (4 stars)

~Children of the Angels (5 stars!)

~Scout’s Distant Journey (3 stars)

~Not Regina (4 stars)

Bible:

1 Samuel

2 Samuel

1 Thessalonians

2 Thessalonians

Jude

Blog Posts:

October 2021, Recap

The Bookworm’s Tag

My 18th Birthday

December 2021 Bullet Journal Setup

Youtube Videos:


Now on to…

Celebrating November’s National Holidays!!

Before November started, I wrote down all it’s National holidays, so that I could celebrate as many as I could. I was able to get nearly all of them, but I really enjoyed the ones I did get to!!

November 1st – National Cinnamon Day

I made cinnamon toast. Mmm!!

November 2nd – National Deviled Egg Day

November 3rd – National Sandwich Day

We made Patty Melts for supper, which are kind of a mix of a burger and a sandwich… But we’re just calling it a sandwich. πŸ˜‰

November 8th – National Cappuccino Day

November 14th – Spicy Guacamole Day

I didn’t get a picture, but I did make some!! Yum!!

November 15th – National Clean out Your Refrigerator Day

I should have gotten before and after pictures… You probably don’t want to see the before picture though. It was pretty messy…!! lol!

November 20th – National Peanut Butter Fudge Day

Didn’t get a picture of this either… 😦 But it was so good!!


These were sooo much fun, and I hope to do it again soon!!

I hope everyone had a great November, and that you all have an awesome Christmas season. This is one of my absolute favorite times of the year, and I’m really excited about it! πŸ˜„ πŸŽ„ ❄️

Love,

Rosy ❀️ ⛄️

What are your highlights from November? What are you most looking forward to this Christmas season?

December 2021 Bullet Journal Setup πŸŽ„

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Hey everyone! It’s Christmas season!!!!

Making this December spread was a lot of fun, and really got me into the Christmas spirit. I’m really excited to use it this coming month!!

The theme for December, of course, is everything Christmas. Red and green, candy canes and other Christmas-y stuff abound! πŸ˜€ πŸŽ„


I quite like how the cover page turned out! πŸ˜€

I used a candy cane lettering for some of the headers, and drew some fun Christmas lights for the mood tracker. It will be fun to see the different colors at the end of the month!

The Bible and books I’m planning on reading this month, as well as a small social media tracker for my blog and youtube posts. πŸ™‚

A sleep tracker and daily highlights page. The black dotted lines on the sleep tracker is my ideal sleeping schedule. It will be good to see the difference between that, and how much I really end up sleeping by the end of December.

This was a fun spread!! I made up a bucket list of several of the Christmas or winter-y things I want to do this month. I still have a couple empty spots – do you guys have any more ideas? And the next page is a few of my favorite Christmas songs. πŸ™‚

And lastly, my daily log! I love the colors here!

I enjoyed making this, and I’m so excited to get into December and Christmas season! It’s definitely one of my favorite times of the year. πŸ™‚

Love,

Rosy ❀️ πŸŽ„

What are you most looking forward to in December? What’s on your Christmas bucket list?

My 18th Birthday!

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My 18th Birthday!

Hey everyone! πŸ˜€

A few days ago was my 18th birthday…!! Frankly, that’s a little bit (lot) hard to believe. It’s crazy. Seriously, I feel like I should still be 14… 🀣 But I’m not, so moving on. XD

Here’s a recap of how my day went. πŸ™‚

In the morning I worked on making my birthday dessert, a special new invention of mine – Rosy’s Famous Quadruple Layer Pumpkin Pie Extraordinaire. I hadn’t even made it before when I named it, so don’t ask how it was even famous. I wasn’t sure if it would work well when I was making it, but it turned out amazing!! The four layers were… Cream cheese, marshmallow, pumpkin pie pudding filling, and lastly, whipped cream!! Here are pictures of how I assembled it.

I made each layer from scratch, and it’s all completely healthy!!! (Except for the crust, in which I used real graham crackers.) πŸ™‚ It was sooo much fun to make, and it turned out delicious!! πŸ˜‹

For the meal, I chose a favorite of mine… Enchiladas Potosinas, which is probably unlike any enchiladas you’ve ever seen before.

You make corn tortillas with a red salsa sauce, and fill it with cheese, onions and salsa, and fry it. They’re kind of like quesadillas, but in a totally different league. They took almost all afternoon to make, but it was totally worth it.

This is the cheese mixture, and the corn tortillas dough.

I didn’t get get any picture of most of the making process, but basically we flattened the dough into a tortilla shape, fill it with cheese and folded it in half. Then we cooked them, and when they were all cooked… We fried them – a very important and in-excludable step. πŸ˜‹

Here is the finished meal – featuring beans, avocado, and all the other stuff that you eat with enchiladas potosinas. It was so good!!! πŸ˜€


For my birthday, I got some yummy tea from my brother Andy, and make-up from my parents! (The tradition, is we get to wear make-up when we turn 18.πŸ˜‚)

All of my siblings and me!! πŸ˜€ ❀️

That evening, my mom and a few of my sisters had a girl’s movie movie night, and watched part of Pride and Prejudice. It’s around 6 hours total, so we didn’t watch nearly the whole thing…!! It was a fun time!!


I had an amazing birthday, and I’m thankful to God for giving me another year of life – I’m excited to be 18! Thank you to everyone for the birthday wishes, and for making my day really special!! ❀️

Love,

Rosy 🌸

P.S. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!!

The Bookworm’s Tag! πŸ“š

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The Bookworm’s Tag! πŸ“š

Hey everyone!! πŸ˜€

I haven’t done a tag in quite a while, so I thought it’d be fun to do one. I was tagged by Kristina Hall for The Bookworm’s Tag. Book-themed tags are my favorite types, so this should be fun. πŸ˜€ (Check out Kristina’s answers HERE) πŸ™‚

On to Kristina’s amazing, bookish questions!!

How many books do you read on average per month?

I try to read an average of 10 books each month – sometimes it ends up being more a less, depending on how busy I am or if I’m in a reading slump. (That usually happens when I read TOO many books and burn myself out, lol!)

What’s your favorite time of the day (or night) to read?

Between 9 to 11 pm is my favorite time to read. Or while I’m supposed to be doing school, but I try not to do that too much….. πŸ˜† 😜

Do you prefer physical copies or e-books?

Physical BY FAR!!!!β€Ί

What book has surprised you most in the last month?

Anne of Windy Poplars by L.M. Montgomery surprised my by how much I didn’t really care for it, and The Minstrel by Malachi Cyr by how GOOD it was! (Which didn’t really surprise me, but it was just a lot better than I imagined, even though I started it with super high expectations!)

If you could meet any author, whom would you chose?

Most of my favorite authors I already know personally, but some of my favorites that I haven’t met would be C.R. Hedgecock and Douglas Bond. Also, Elisabeth Elliot, although we won’t meet here on this earth. πŸ˜„

Who’s the best new author you’ve discovered recently?

Jane Austen, Perry Elisabeth and A.L.O.E. I’ve known about them a long time, but only recently read some of their works.

If you had to estimate, how many books are in your home collection?

Of my own books, maybe 20. (Not enough!!) But of the family’s books….. I think thousands would be a safe estimate!!! Of courseβ€Ί, many of those are school related, and my dad’s theology books. But we have the equivalent of 10 bookshelves! πŸ˜‰

What will make you not finish a book?

If it’s burned with fire and a bomb, promptly before being ripped to shreds. Just kidding! If it’s boring, or just not edifying or God honoring. Very rarely do I feel a need to not finish a book I start though. πŸ™‚

What’s your favorite book cover?

Oh, hmm that’s hard! I’m not sure of my absolute favorite, but I love the covers in the Vintage Jane Austen series. (I’ve only read one of them, Presumption and Partiality by my friend Rebekah Jones, but I really want to read the rest someday!)

How big is your to-read pile?

That I have in hand maybe 15 or 20 books, several of which I’ll be reading for the second or third time. That I don’t have, and want to read… probably hundreds!! πŸ˜‚


Great questions, Kristina – that was a lot of fun!! πŸ˜€

I’m going to tag…

Hattush @Daughter of the Light

Jehosheba @Rambling Reviews

Kaley @The Little Novelist

Maggie @Maggie’s Doodles

Kyra in the comments 😜

My Questions

  1. If you could only have 3 books (other than the Bible), which would you choose?
  2. What popular books do you think are overrated?
  3. Hardcover, softcover or e-book?
  4. What’s your favorite genre?
  5. What’s your least favorite genre?
  6. Who are your favorite authors?
  7. How many book do you read on average each month?
  8. What books are you currently reading?
  9. If your life was a book, what would it be called?
  10. What’s the longest book you’ve read?

I enjoyed doing this post! I’d love to see some of y’all’s answers to my questions, so please feel totally free to answer some of more in the comments!! πŸ˜€

Love,

Rosy πŸ“š ❀️