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 got to Daniel. I love the book of Daniel! I’ve done an in depth study of this book and it is really just an amazing book. Parts of Daniel may feel a bit difficult to read if you haven’t done a slower, deeper study of it so I strongly encourage you to do one when you have a chance.
This was the only pre-printed page in this week’s reading. I’m not thrilled with the way it turned out but we were traveling this weekend and I grabbed my pencils but not all of my supplies. I think my goal next year will be to do original art at least half of the time!
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Things seem to be starting to smooth out and fall into a routine in our lives. School has started, I’ve found a good rhythm with my teaching position, and our extracurricular activities are falling into place. The baby has started crawling so is more willing to entertain himself for (very) short periods and wants to play with his siblings so that is helping a lot. I still need to get our school area organized and more functional. I’m hopeful I accomplish that this week.