I just finished book #24 for the year - almost half way there! It seems like I will be playing catch up all year so I'll keep these posts short and sweet.
Birth, Breath, and Death by Amy Wright Glenn is another birthy book that won't appeal to everyone, but it appealed to me. It was a look at the author's life and how our breath is what links our birth and our death. Such an interesting way of looking at life. The author is a mother, a doula and a chaplain. She's seen it all, and ties it all together in this book.
I was most interested in the doula parts, but found myself drawn into how the author became a mother and a chaplain too. Her life seemed to flow onto the next thing effortlessly, but that's not to say that she didn't put effort into each of her roles. She seems very determined and hard working and is a great resource to those around her. I'm channeling her spirit and trying to grow my doula business.
Up next: The Kitchen House