Saturday Linky Love

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Well, friends. My brain is the kind of fuzzy it can only be after going to bed at 2 a.m. Between the baby and trying to de-pacifier the toddler (AGGGGH) it was a rough night. With much screaming.


I have never been so excited about a doctor’s appointment as I am about going to the spine specialist about my stupid back on Monday. You probably know I’ve been battling sciatica for a solid 3 months or more now. Basically by 5-6 in the morning I have screaming pain in my hip and calf that sometimes goes away as the day progresses, sometimes not, depending on what I am doing. I can’t sit on the couch comfortably, it’s difficult to nurse, and I am SO HOPING to get some answers and help.

I am desperately trying to catch up on my blogs, but not doing a great job. But here are a few things I’ve read/seen/heard lately that you should check out.

Reading offline: I finished Victim of Grace by Robin Jones Gunn. I would have read it in one sitting if I could have. FANTASTIC autobiography of her life and writing career intertwined with stories of women in the Bible. Since it came in at the library, I am reading one of her novels now, Canary Island Song.

Just a note that this linky is for your own link posts. If you have just one favorite post you want to share, leave it in the comments, OK? 

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

  1. Similar times here: just went through de-pacifiering the toddler. (Rough couple of nights) And Baby Boy, who has been doing great with his sleep / eat schedule, decided to be awake from 3-5:30 AM last night.

    Plus I have a sinus infection or something complete with cough, fever and aching. Trying to hold out until Monday to call my real doctor but not sure I’m going to make it.

    All that to say, I feel your pain. Thanks for hosting despite the challenges. Now to check out your links – I have a minute while a big sister holds the boy. 🙂

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