Things I Love to Do
I think the title of this blog is funny, because I don’t really feel guilty about the things that I enjoy. I’ve come to believe that “self care” is really important. It helps us to keep a positive clear outlook on life. It helps us to be the kind of people we should be–generous, kind, optimistic. It helps us to see God’s hand gently guiding our lives. Taking care of ourselves is one of the most important things we can do.
Still, I like the title “My Guilty Pleasure.” What immediately pops into my mind is hiding on the front porch, eating a bowl full of Blue Bell ice cream. Ha! It’s those things that might not make sense to anyone else, but they bring a smile to your lips and a tingle of joy to your heart.
So here we go–some of my guilty pleasures.
- Reading in the hammock
- Playing the piano
- Eating sweets
- Spending time with family or friends, even when I have work to do
- Binge watching a television series
Well those weren’t too terrible. How about you? Do you have any guilty pleasures?
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Announcements for this week:
- My book Hidden will be free to download from August 9-13. If you don’t have an e-reader, you can read it on your computer, tablet or phone.
- My new Rafflecopter giveaway has started and include an Amish made clothesline bag. I’m sure we could all think of ways to use this, even if we don’t hang our clothes on the line!
- When the Bishop Needs an Alibi earned a 4 star review from Romantic Times.
- I’m working on 2 new indie books that will release in the fall. Stay tunes for more details about Coyote’s Revenge and Roswell’s Secret in the coming weeks.