Evening is my favorite time within the twenty-four:
- A cup of hot brew in my whoo-owl mug (especially so with a steady beat of rain melodically playing in the background)
- Prime reading time (no doubt we’re empty nesters, eh?)
- Sometimes it’s Piper time (who needs to read?)
- Exercise behind me…white fizz time before me (Seagram’s ginger-ale soaked in crushed ice)
These are just a few reasons why I enjoy our evenings here at the Baker home—but one new nightly ritual has particularly won me over: Brian reading aloud from William J. Bennett’s, The Book of Virtues, while I’m curled up nearby with my oh-so-soft vintage blanket and Rupert, our white fluff bucket.
The book is a treasury of great moral stories, as promised on the cover. Bible stories, childhood tales, poetry (such as this one), and short stories come alive with one click of the reading lamp.
So, is there a particular time within the twenty-four that you’re especially enjoying these days—or do you find the hours quietly sifting into the next day without notice?
This is the day the Lord has made. Let us rejoice and be glad in it. Psalm 118:24