Saturday Linky Love 9/1

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I think you can pretty much gauge my “morning” sickness by how much I post here during the week! I’ve been having some good days and then some VERY green days. I’m 11 weeks now and really looking forward to the sickness dissipating completely!

In other news, it’s September! I am so ready for fall. I do worry about the fall rushing by with the birthdays, holidays, and travel! But I’m pregnant, so any month rushing by is just wishful thinking. Ha.

Here are some things for you to read this lovely Saturday morning.

And if you’re interested, here’s what I’m reading right now.

  • I finished Heiress and Baroness by Susan May Warren in about three days. They are fantastic, historical fiction. I think they fall under Christian fiction, but I would say it’s very realistic and doesn’t take over the story or seem artificial.
  • I read the whole second Katie Parker book by Jenny B. Jones in one day. They are massively addictive.
  • Right now I’m reading Mr. Churchill’s Secretary by Susan Elia Macneal. It’s historical fiction about the beginnings of WWII in Great Britain, mixed with the IRA/England hoopla that was going on as well. Very interesting, there’s definitely mystery mixed in and I’m looking forward to finishing it. Candid Diversions, this one makes me think of you!

So, what did you read that was great this week? Link up here. You can grab the code for the button in the sidebar, if you want. Please link back to Vanderbilt Wife and add the PERMALINK to your post, not your home page.

3 thoughts on “Saturday Linky Love 9/1

  1. I’ve pinned that pumpkin pie bar recipe. Pumpkin recipes are another reason I love Fall.

    I hadn’t heard of the Mr. Churchill’s secretary book but it’s on my “must read” list now. 😉 Thanks for the recommendation!

    Does your morning sickness usually go away after 12 weeks? If so, you’re almost there! Mine usually eases up after 12 but I’ve had a few friends that have to deal with it for longer (or the entire time!). Here’s hoping you’re almost to the easier days.

    • Mine usually goes away by 11-12 weeks, thank goodness. I was really worried it would worse this time than it was with David; with David I didn’t even wear maternity clothes until 25 weeks because I was SO SICK I couldn’t eat. Thankfully this has been much more mild!

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