Welcome to the Literacy Musing Mondays Party. This week let’s share about summer reading goals for ourselves and our children.
“A fountain is an extravagance. But extravagant things just may be the truest things … Everyday life is truly extravagant. It is morning glories we did not plant. It is our four children we did nothing to deserve. It is moonlight and starlight, rainbow-colored leaves and autumn rain … A fountain, not slipping away but pouring out, always carrying us deeper into the heart of things — to home.”
Joys of Summer Reading
Summer for me is like that too: the lightning bugs, the warm nights, warm hearts, and cool breezes of ceiling fans. Laughter of children running through sprinklers of glory water, brilliant glittering in the hot summer sun.
[tweetthis]What does summer reading inspire when you enjoy a book in the cool shade at the pool or lake? [/tweetthis] Share in the comments below.
Now on to our weekly Literacy Musing Monday’s linkup where we link up posts about reading, writing, blogging, and even share our written Bible devotions.
Now let’s celebrate reading and learning by reviewing:
Last Week’s Top Clicked Post!
My Favorite Post of the Week: