Author Archives: Ruth Ann Moss

accelerated reader: summer edition

I read a  lot in June (not quite as much in July) thanks to travel and a brand new Kindle! I’ll write more soon about my Kindle experience–but for now, the short of it is: still prefer paper, but I … Continue reading

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on traveling & staying put

We didn’t mean for this to be the summer of travel–it’s just kind of how it happened. In the months of June and July I slept in my own bed approximately ten times. We went on our honeymoon (three years … Continue reading

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on hard years & no matter what love

On our wedding day I stood there in that lacy white dress, so excited to be married to this man for forever, clutching the letter that I had written to him, admiring the glint of my ring–but also having some kind … Continue reading

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accelerated reader: spring 2016

Spring hasn’t been the best season for reading–I’ve been reading three books a month, which is a lot lower than usual. We did have a delightful trip to Parnassus Books while we were in Nashville where I bought two brand new … Continue reading

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on good things & wide circles

It’s been almost eight months since we left Jackson, Mississippi. I lived there for seven years, in dorm rooms, in a tiny apartment with my sweet friends from college, in a house on the corner with Jenna that first year … Continue reading

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accelerated reader: january

January is usually a good month for reading, due to Christmas books & time off from work. This one was no exception. Here’s what I read in January 2015. Dumplin’ – Julie Murphy | I adored this YA book. The … Continue reading

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saving my life

Winter is always hard for me. I hate the wind, the cold, the grey. I get all excited about Thanksgiving and Christmas, but then that’s over and I’m ready for summer–but there’s still 2.5 months of winter to deal with. … Continue reading

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