I am reading and journaling chronologically through the Bible in 2017. Each Sunday I will post one of my journaling pages and thoughts from that week’s reading. I will also have a linky for anyone who would like to participate to share how their Bible reading and journaling is going!
This week I was still reading in Psalms. This is not normally my favorite book, I’m just not that into poetry which is how Psalms reads, however I have had a lovely time reading through them this time. Maybe because it has been a hard year and I need the uplifting, or maybe because it is simpler to read for my tired, over-busy mind. Whatever it is, I’m enjoying spending time in this book.
There were several coloring pages I would have liked to do in this week’s reading but for time and sanity during this season I only even try to do one. I chose this one over the others because of the word JOY in it. I need the help remembering my word of the year!
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Whew another busy week down! The next couple weeks promise to be slower, we will see if that really pans out! I had planned to get a farm update up last week but it didn’t work out I will get one up this week. We are already half-way through the year! How did that happen? My goal is to get all updates, including an update on my goals for the year, posted before the end of July so that will be my focus here for the next couple of week.