I spent my elementary school years in Kodiak, Alaska. My mom kept my sister and I home from school the first big snow every year. This meant we had the sledding hill all to ourselves and were able to be the first ones to leave footprints in the snowy field behind our house.
Most of my inspiration for my day to day life comes from attending church on Sundays. Even more so when I am teaching the lesson and take the time to prepare it. Each week I leave with a renewed perspective and desire to live a little better.
I go through phases when it comes to reading. I'll read books nonstop for a while and then nothing for months. I haven't read a book for myself in a few months, so I"ll share some of my current reads to Dunken :)
Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear
Harry Potter: these books will always be a favorite of mine
Mama Do You Love Me: I grew up in Alaska and this book about an Alaskan girl and her mother has always been a favorite of mine.
Where the Sidewalk Ends: I love the imagination used in these poems. My mom used to read these to Suzanne and I when we were little
My Side of the Mountain