Hopefully by now it’s obvious that I think books help you explore your life…and they can totally add style to your life, too! My boys and I loved the book Mogie: The Heart of the House by Kathi Appelt. It’s about real-life Labradoodle Mogie and how he lifts children’s spirits at the Houston Ronald McDonald House. A sweet, inspirational story for sure!
To celebrate our summer reading, my boys and I made our own Mogie pancakes! It was so easy to do and the boys absolutely loved it! In this video I show you the super simple steps to make your own Mogie pancakes. I hope you make your own (and then tag me on social media!). And don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel!
A few years ago I was drawn to the book Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. Maybe it was the creepy cover or author Ransom Riggs’ unique name, but nevertheless I knew I had to open up the book and dive inside. And once I did, this book became a treasure to me. One of the most memorable series that I’ve read in the last few years. With the movie of the first book (directed by Tim Burton!) coming out later this year, this series’ popularity is about to soar. And here are five reasons why you need to read it! Continue Reading →
Two years ago, I met Aaron Hartzler at YALLFest and just fell in love with him and his writing. He’s hilarious, super-friendly, and insightful. Even though we don’t agree on all things political or faith-based, I respect his point of view and couldn’t wait to get my hands on his debut fiction novel, What We Saw. And after reading it, I think you should read it, too! Here’s why. Continue Reading →