Here is another installment of our weekly favorite’s from the local library. I’m sorry the blog updates have been few and far between! I had the stomach flu, then passed it along to Grant (sorry, bud). Gus is teething, and any other spare second has been spent with my dad. I was grateful to find this prayer that helps sum up my heart right now:
I come before you
as an empty vessel that needs filling.
I am overcome with weariness and fatigue
both of body and spirit.
Let me take this as a sign from myself
that I must slow down.
Teach me how to serve you
with a less hectic schedule
and a more sheltered life.
Let me look to you,
as my Light, Guide, and Exemplar,
holding my hand and leading me on.
Carrying my burden by my side.
The one thing we did manage was a quick trip to the library. Here are our weekly picks for this week!
“And Nobody Got Hurt 2: The World’s Weirdest, Wackiest, Most Amazing True Sports Stories” by Len Berman
“Buck Wilder’s Small Fry Fishing Guide”
“Odd Boy Out: Young Albert Einstein” by Don Brown
“Jim Thorpe’s Bright Path” by Joseph Bruchac
“The Boy Who Invented TV” by Kathleen Krull
“Silent Star: The Story of Deaf Major Leaguer William Hoy” by Bill Wise
*”Bad News for Outlaws: The Remarkable Life of Bass Reeves, Deputy US Marshal” by Vaunda Micheaux Nelson
*Pick of the week