Becky is a busy mom with lots of energy, but finds she spreads herself a little thin. I enjoyed Becky & her imagination as she eased into each chapter as a different character in a popular movie. And I could identify with her desire to be creative in her dream farm house, while having to be frugal & 'get-it-all-done'. The struggles she faced & the honesty with which her character dealt with them were refreshing. She is not portrayed as perfect, but as a normal mom, trying her best to live life as a Christ follower, flaws & all.
I could have done without the fantasy feature at the beginning of each chapter. Pretty good story line - appropo to today's obsession with growing churches -- leaving the spiritual aspect behind. Looking for numbers isn't scriptual.
I enjoyed this just as much as the first one, if not more. Through her adventures in this book, Becky learned more about her, her family, and the value of her friends than she ever dreamed possible. A lovely tale - I only wish there had been a third!
Great book! I have not read the first book but this one really spoke to me on many different levels. It was as if she was writing about my life (and many other women's lives I know). She does a good job showing how busy we get as wives and moms and get our priorities out of line.