And I've decided to revisit The Imitation of Christ by Thomas a Kempis. I started it during the weeks leading up to Easter and had to put it aside as I was finding myself in an almost too reflective place (following the death of a dear older friend). But I've decided it would be good to pick it back up again. This translation is a rich and honest look at the Christian life and how we are to live. The truths are simple and honest. A very relatable translation written for modern readers, but with a touch of humor that crosses over from another time with truth and eloquent wit. I highly recommend this for a devotional read. You'll be tempted to read this through (leaping from one reading right into the next), but I'm finding it is best savored slowly with time to contemplate between each sitting.
Visit Ginny's Yarn Along and check out the variety of yarny creations others are working on. Wander about the Small Things website and you'll, no doubt, be charmed by pictures of Ginny's family and her sweet way of telling about their lives.