Sorry I didn’t finalized the next meeting date to discuss Robinson Crusoe earlier, I was trying to work out all the date and location issues… as it turns out, it will be simpler than I thought!…
Because I’m predicting February will still be too cold to meet outside at the park, I thought it would be nice to support a locally owned Christian company. Also, since this meeting will be at a food/drink establishment we’ll get the morning off from cooking 🙂 and not bring our brunch items this time.
Another note on Robinson Crusoe:
If you haven’t had a chance to start the book or get a copy it’s not to late! It’s is free to read online and listen to at audiobooks.org.
And now… I’m going to reveal the next book! I know several of you try to find copies through different book trading websites so this way you can get a chance to put the book on your list ahead of time.
Drum roll please…..
A Year of Food Life
I read this book in 2007 and really loved it! In somewhat of a journal style, Barbara along with some entries from her husband and daughter, tell about their experience eating only food they raised or grew themselves or bought locally. It’s all about food and very entertaining to read! It’s interesting to see how they handle times when there’s not much to harvest except A LOT of asparagus or when they want to have a HUGE birthday party and need to feed many guests or when Barbara and her husband travel to Europe and continue their goal of eating locally. I don’t know if I’ve done the book justice but, she’s an excellent best-selling author and the book is easy to read and follow and may even challenge your eating habits or encourage you to grow your own garden!
The meeting to discuss this book will be April 18th at 10:00am and hopefully back at the park!
Soon I’ll be sending out the next few books after this one. I’ve gotten a few suggestions and have most of the books for the rest of the year lined up! Several the ones coming up will be one month books too!
Ooh! The new look is fun! I didn’t see it before because I was reading it through Google Reader. I’m looking forward to February’s meeting, and I’m glad it won’t conflict with the 30 Hour Famine after all! Hope everyone is enjoying the Crusoe!