Stuff in the Pail: C

  Hello again, dear readers. This is the last set of recommendations in our ABC series, so C is the letter of the day. Once more, we have music, movies, books, and miscellaneous as categories…

Music

  • The album Crash from Decyfer Down is one of my favorite albums. The song Desperate has a really cool sound.

  • The violin cover of  One Republic’s Counting Stars by Alison Sparrow. I love her covers, they are simply lovely.

  • The songs Cut, Cage, and Chocolate and Ice Cream by Plumb, three of my favorite songs from one of my favorite Christian artists.

  •  Crowder. They have a bunch of great songs, including Red Letters, How He Loves, and All My Hope.

  • The song Cages by Needtobreathe. It’s amazing.

Books

  • Calvin and Hobbes by Watterson. -This is the best comic ever! I love it so much.

  • C.S. Lewis’s book Mere Christianity is a classic. I like how it’s Christian, not really denominational. Lewis wrote a bunch of books, such as The Chronicles of Narnia.

  • The Innocence of Father Brown by Chesterton. I love mystery; and this is a collection of short stories, so it doesn’t take forever to read.

Cinder by Marissa Meyer. Sci-fi fairytale retellings, anyone? There’s four books in The Lunar Chronicles, and I devoured all of them.

Movies

Cars. Although it makes me homesick for the desert, I love this movie.

The Croods, it’s a DreamWorks masterpiece.

Chicken Little. Baseball, aliens, and an underdog (underchicken?) … It’s great.

  • Crown of Beauty Magazine. One of my favorite websites. Check it out here: Link.

Miscellaneous

  • Culture of Life 1972. This is a clothing company that supports pro-life charities. I have yet to buy anything from them, I’ll confess, but they have some adorable clothes: Link

Chocolate

Caramel.

Crayolas, and a stack of coloring books. You with me?

What are you loving that starts with the letter “C”? Comment below.

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