Monday, October 19, 2015
Longing For Paris-Book Review
Between the Cheerios and crayons do you long for something?
Sarah Mae shares her longings with you in this powerful book.
I read the first couple pages.
And went to search out my highlighter.
I almost wore the sucker out.
I was challenged.
I was liberated.
I was Blessed.
You will be too
Book Synopsis from the publisher . . .
For anyone who has ever daydreamed of another life . . . Most days, you wouldn’t trade what you have for the world. You love your husband and your kids, and you are grateful to God for your life. But there are days when you feel as though life is rolling over you in waves and you are just going through the motions. You find yourself aching for something more, something that is calling to depths of who you are, maybe for something you can’t even name. For Sarah Mae, it was Paris, a place that is known for breathtaking beauty, inspiring art, and exquisite food. But as she searched her heart, she found there was more to her longings than she anticipated. Join Sarah Mae in Longing for Paris, a soul-searching, light-filled journey for the woman who knows she can’t uproot her life to discover herself and her longings, but who desperately wants to uncover them so she can get unstuck and choose a life that is filled with beauty, adventure, and deep joy . . . right where she is.
A little about the author . . .
About the Author . . . Sarah Mae is an influential Christian blogger, founder of the popular Allume conference, and coauthor of Desperate: Hope for the Mom Who Needs to Breathe (with Sally Clarkson). She has been featured on Good Morning America as an example of someone who has found success in generating an income as a stay-at-home mom. She celebrates life with her husband and three children in the beautiful Amish countryside of Pennsylvania, where she often ponders what life would be like is she actually finished all the laundry
This book is available at:(click bold words for links)
Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Christianbook(dot)com
This book was provided by the publisher for review.
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