: What I love Wednesday :

What I love Wednesday is a little late today {sorry, blame it on VBS and purchases made during my free time which caused major organization of multiple spots in the house} and today it's a little different cause it's not about products I love but it's about a blog I love to read. 

Edie is an amazing woman of God that I truly feel so blessed to be able to glean from her little tid-bits of knowledge both in child rearing and God fearing. 

There has been lots of talk in the blog realm about "Fifty Shades of Grey" :: If you know me, you know I'm a reader, I'm one of those people who is always reading something..it's kinda a decompression time for me.  I love it.  
So when I heard about Fifty Shades of Grey I was quite intrigued, however my interest quickly turned into pushing the thought out of my mind that I would ever read it, it wasn't on my "must read" list.  And I was pretty sure it was going to stay off of it.

When I read Edie's reasons as to why she wasn't going to read Fifty shades of Grey they made me feel normal, made me feel like I didn't need to defend my thoughts/feelings on why I wasn't going to read it, for once I felt like this little rock I'm living under {called innocence} was just fine.   That even if I missed out on the conversation {with church girls non-the-less} I would be okay.  

Edie has a way with words especially when it comes to worldly things vs. Godly things.  She's not overly educated {as in has no clue what really happens in life and just has book smarts} nor does she live with her head in the clouds {in la la land about real life topics}...she just has a simplistic view of how things were meant to be. 

Simple.  I like simple.  I complicate things. 

So without further ado, I give you the link to Edie's blog and I bet you will love her too! 

Happy Wednesday :: Tomorrow I'll be back with much less complicated things, like why I love to shop at the dollar store!  Serious.  LOL!!! 



Rachel said...

I suppose I live under a rock but I didn't even know about this book until I read about it on someone's status update on FB today. And then here is a post about it on your blog! After reading the article you linked to and several others, I know that I won't be reading it either.

Nadine said...

I'm with you girl. I have read some reviews and have decided this is not the book I would enjoy reading. I have a very sensitive imagination, yes still at 32, so I make sure that I am careful of what I put in there. Confession; I had nightmares from the dogs on the movie Up! HAHA which is why I'm careful. And I don't care if that makes me look weak, because I know that I'm stronger for staying away from things I don't need in my mind. :) Thanks for the blog recommendation. I enjoyed her thoughts on this book and look forward to checking out more of her stuff.

Theresa said...

That's a great looking blog, thanks for the link. There is a lot of talk about that book these days and I have to say that the only reason I'm not reading it is because it's apparently really lousy writing. Besides all the other reasons (valid), that's all I need to know! LIfe is too short and I wholeheartedly agree that there is so much wonderful stuff out there to read!

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