Saturday, September 26, 2015

Weekly Reads, Vol. 45

This edition has a few weeks worth of posts, due to my unscheduled absence from the blog world. I was still reading even if I wasn't posting. There has been some good stuff going on in my reader lately.

Fall is here!  I know I'm ready for all that comes with it.  Kati Rose thinks you need a soundtrack too, and I agree. Her music recommendations are always solid, so go check them out. Oh, and while you're over there, check out her write-up on Ryan Adams' cover of Taylor Swift's chart-busting album, 1989.

I'm so impressed when bloggers can find time for something besides their blog and their family. I can barely find time to post between my jobs.  Bonnie works, has a husband and an adorable baby, she has a great blog, and now she's opened a shop for handmade jewelry. Incredible!

Parents are always striving to understand their children better and making sure they have the support they need. Sarah expressed concerns over her son's lack of chatter, but one of his daycare providers explained why Henry is quieter and it's not a bad thing. It's really something we should remember about older children and adults too.

Rena wrote about the Cinderella complex that seems prevalent in books (and movies and TV) and why it's troubling. I could relate to every part of her post.

Jess cleared up a huge myth about relationships when she confessed she doesn't always know what she's doing in marriage.

Happy Saturday!


  1. Thanks for the double blog love Micah! I'm really honored :) I'm glad I've found other music loving babes in the blogosphere that I can have conversations with. I'm really curious to read the Cinderella Complex post too.

  2. I was listening to the Ryan Adams cover of 1989 on itunes the other day and was surprised at how good it sounded! I have yet to buy it, but I'm sure I will in the next few weeks. I'm a Taylor Swift fan, but she's usually a little too "pop" for me. Ryan Adams takes it to the more indie/rock level that I like :)


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