I have 6 children who call me mom.
I have an amazing husband.
I have been a pastor's wife.
I have been a Navy wife.
I have focussed on childbirth, child rearing, child abuse, child growth and development, nursing advocacy, immunization education, homeschooling, missions, and church ministries.
I have worked in retail, construction, medical transcription, and medical supplies.
I have volunteered as a ministry leader with women, with children, with military families.
I have a degree in Bible, and a degree in Counseling.
If you come into my house, you will see books EVERYWHERE.
|Kids' books. And globe.|
With a LARGE variety of books.
Theology books (Jason has two degrees in theology).
|Yes, that is a dog leash on the top...|
Books by Jason's favorite author (Chuck Swindoll!)
Books I PLAN to read.
Books I already read.
Books I have kept for reference.
Books I want to pass on to my children.
Books I keep for others to read.
|This shelf includes women's |
devotionals, birth, vaccine,
women's health, children's
health, yearbooks, theology,
hymnals, a few counseling
books, some self-help...
Books are a weakness of mine.
Books are what I buy when Jason is deployed.
(Well, I also buy itty-bitty dogs...)
I have a love-affair with books.
(BTW, this is less than half of the books in my house!)
Getting rid of books is painful. They are friends. Companions. Co-workers. Frankly, I struggle with feeling more attached to some of my books than I do to people I have had in my life for years. So, as we start getting ready for another move (Thank you, US Navy!), I find myself going through the painful process of pruning books from my library.
Maybe (hopefully!!) someday I will have a room devoted to being my library. Meanwhile, I am trying to rehome as many of my much-loved books as I can bear to part with....