Mar 18, 2011

take time for you: weekly challenge

ready for this week's challenge?
this is what i want to know:
what did you take time to read this week?

leave a comment by sunday night at midnight mst.
bonus entry if you upload a picture or page to the gallery or facebook!
a random winner be announced monday the 21st and will win
$10 gift certificate to the memorymixer store.

happy weekend and take time to enjoy the little things!4


  1. I read the "Hunger Games" series. I even spent a whole day just reading (okay, I was also a mom, but I didn't do any housework stuff). It felt great being totally absorbed in the story, until the ending ...

  2. It's Spring break here, and all the kids are gone! It has been a week of scrapbooking and reading "Cleopatra: A Life." A great biography written by Stacy Schiff. Reading is my guilty pleasure. It has been a great week of recharging, and now that my proverbial bucket is full again, I am excited to have everyone home, and get back to real life.

  3. My daughter has been on Spring Break this week from Preschool so we made a trip to our local public library to get some books. She loves to read and has enjoyed her books from a very young age. I hope she continues this love of books throughout her entire life. As Dr. Seuss sais, "Oh the places you'll go!"

  4. I read a scrapbooking magazine, front to back for creative ideas.

  5. I received the perfect gift for christmas this EReader! My favorite time to read and relax is right before going to bed, and I recently just finished reading 'Pillars of the Earth' by Ken Follett (great book). This week I took time time to decide on my next read, and I think the winner is 'Outlander' by Diana Gabaldon.

  6. You went from listening to books - perfect, since I've been listening to audio books during my commute to work. This week it's been "The Lost Art of Gratitude." It's fiction, but has some good messages (and quotes for scrapbooks!).

  7. I L-O-V-E to read! From my very first trip to the school library and checking out my first book, I was hooked. I was one of the kids who took a flashlight to bed and read under the covers until the wee hours of the morning. I remember summer days spent walking to the public library, checking out as many books as I was allowed, and stopping at the first grassy area with a shade tree and reading for hours. I Take Time to read whenever I can, even when I should be doing other things! =}

    Here's a link to my Take Time to Read Page: MemoryMixer

  8. I have been reading Battle Hymn of a Tiger Mother....very interesting read!