February Happenings

Ah, February. The shortest month. The month for all things chocolate and heart-y. And for my family, a big month of birthdays. On the blog today, I’m looking back at some fun that happened this month!


on the bookshelf

Only a few new books on the shelf this month….. which is probably a good thing. I need to catch up! The Sea Before Us by Sarah Sundin, As Easy As Riding a Bike by Bell Renshaw, Embers by Ronie Kendig, Out of the Ordinary by Jen Turano.

on the blog

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  3. Favorite Quotes from “Persuasion” by Jane AustenLove in Three Quarter Time

Most popular reviews:

  1. Love in Three Quarter Time by Rachel McMillan
  2. The Cupcake Dilemma by Jennifer Rodewald (+ Author Interview)
  3. Music Review: “Whole Heart” by Passion Music

on the screen


Gifted (2017) I finally watched this family drama starring Chris Evans. It was as delightful as a movie concerning a custody battle could be — and I mean that in the best way. Tiny moments of humor added levity to an otherwise thought-provoking story line dealing with questions of purpose, normalcy, and the importance of childhood.

I’m also working my way through the 2008 biographical miniseries John Adams. By next month’s recap, I’m sure I’ll have several thoughts on it!

What have YOU been watching?

around the web

With Valentine’s came some super fun romance-related posts! Like Carrie’s themed KissingBooks 101 “lesson” and Andi’s “guess that author” list!

The INSPYs are in full swing, as the advisory board members have been saying on social media. (FYI, INSPYs are the “bloggers’ award for excellence in faith-driven literature”). On March 1, potential judges can apply to participate in choosing the 2018 winners!

YOUR TURN! What exciting things happened for you in February?


2 thoughts on “February Happenings

  1. Thanks so much for the INSPYs shout-out, Courtney.

    Also, YAY for seeing “Gifted.” So enjoyed that one. The humor was always timed so perfectly, and I thought the young actress who played Mary was superb (as was Chris Evans).

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