Hi there, Lovelies, and a happy Halloween to those of you here in the US! I've told you all before that we're not big into the scary side of Halloween over here at all, but we do look at Halloween as a great way to bless our neighbors each year, by passing out candy to all the littles that happen our way. It's the one night of the year when half the neighborhood is ringing our doorbell, after all! :)
I print out this little "Jesus is the light" sign every year and we hang it on our front door and we get gobs of candy to pass out to all the little trick-or-treaters. We usually fix chili and brownies and let Windsor answer the door with us every time the doorbell rings. :) It's a very fun night here at the McVey ranch!
This year, I was thinking that some of you might like to print this sign for yourselves, so feel free to download the sign, print it out and hang it on your door too. :)
So it's been awhile since I shared some book recommendations with you, but today is the day! I've got a couple to recommend....hope you like them! (Side note: I read a lot of books, but I only recommend the ones that I really enjoyed to you. I'm not paid in any way to endorse these books. They're just ones that I've read and liked myself. I hope you like 'em too!)
This one was fun.....well, in a murder mystery sort of way! Haha. Basically, a lady FBI agent goes on a cruise with her family to Alaska and someone ends up dead on the cruise and of course, the FBI agent gets roped into helping solve the mystery. :) A fun element to this book is the cruise itself. If you've ever been on a cruise, you'll recognize lots of ship sights, sounds and happenings. We've been on quite a few cruises over the years, so I enjoyed that aspect of it. Made it easy to picture exactly where everything was taking place!
And bonus! I just saw that this one is currently 60% off at Amazon! Click the link under the photo to take you right to it.
This one is historical fiction set in Alaska. So I'm just realizing that both of these stories today, take place in Alaska. Funny. And not intentional. :)
Anyhoooo, I really enjoyed this story of faith and hope and even some love thrown in. It's always good when there's some love thrown in, don't you think? Haha.
Ok, so tomorrow is Nov. 1st (!) which means it's time for the Senior Design Team Challenge so I'll be back with some crafty goodness tomorrow and stay tuned for some baby shower inspiration too....my sister's having her first baby, so you know what that means! Baby shower!! I've been cranking out baby shower invites....can't wait to show you!
That's it for now, but I wish you all a fun and safe evening! Thinking of those of you on the East coast.