Monday, March 12, 2012

Books Read in February 2012

I again kept a list in February of the books I read. I didn't read as many, but that's okay!

1. Take One (Karen Kingsbury) - 323 p.
2. Take Two (Karen Kingsbury) - 298 p.
3. Take Three (Karen Kingsbury) - 311 p.
4. Take Four (Karen Kingsbury) - 352 p.
5. Leaving (Karen Kingsbury) - 509 p. (this was a Large Print book, thus the high number of pages!)
6. Through My Eyes (Tim Tebow) - 257 p.

That's a whopping 2,050 pages in February....and 4,628 pages in 2012. Not bad for two months into the year. :)

I do want to comment on one of the books I read in February: Through My Eyes by Tim Tebow. I chose to read this book for a couple of reasons, one being that Tebow-mania has swept the nation and I wanted to find out what the excitement was all about (without having to watch a football game), and partly because I heard through the grapevine that his book was a really good read. After reading it, I would have to agree. I now have a deeper respect and appreciation for the person that is Tim Tebow (and I may or may not start watching Broncos games when they are on TV next fall....haha!). The guy is genuine. The guy is real. And the guy likes country music and his dog. I was very impressed with his faith and his humility. His parents promised God that if He gave them another child they would raise him to be a preacher, and they have fulfilled that promise. Tim is a great witness and I'm sure as he continues to become more popular he will have more and more opportunities to be a preacher and a witness both on and off the field. Plus his book was very well written, engaging and personal. If you get a chance, read it.

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