That sentence is so cliche but it is so true…I’ve had days that I felt I was on my last everything. A little hug from my youngest son and I know that everything is just phase and this too shall pass. I feel depressed or physically unable to move, and the phone rings…it’s one of my 85 or 95 year old aunts. Who wouldn’t feel … Continue reading Family is everything
My daddy is sick. As in not going to ever get better sick. He is 85 and I will be 84 on Saturday, but I am still his little girl. This is hard. My daddy was a big man to me. He may have only been 5 foot 6 or 5 foot7 but to me he was a giant. He was a furniture mover, I … Continue reading Being a big girl
Let Me Start by saying there are so many things that I enjoy that I never know what I want to blog about…does anyone else have that problem? I think today I will list my five favorite things…Yikes. What are my five favorite things? 1. Books 2. Baking 3. Shopping 4. Talking 5. Genealogy This list is in no particular order. Now that I have … Continue reading So Many things to Say…A week of favorite things
I “forget” to post here. I admit it; I read, hoard, perhaps actually crave free kindle books. I fully intend to provide each and every writer a book review. The problem comes from my deep, true love of books. I start one, it makes me think of another and yet another book. I am extremely much like that moose and mouse (you know you give the … Continue reading Why am I struggling with helping my 11 year old with a book review???
I definitely enjoyed Reinventing Mona. It is the best book I have read this month (January). The book wasn’t perfect but very few books are. Lets start with dissecting Mona. We quickly learn that Mona is an engineer whose company is looking for employees that are interested in taking a buy out. Mona (without a minute to think it over) scream me, me, me (I added that … Continue reading My review of Reinventing Mona
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*Sings* Happy release day. Wow, the past few months have been a whirlwind, with kids going back to school and I don’t even know where September went. But October is here, and I’m excited to announce my newest release in the Heart of a Vampire Series. Darkstorm (Heart of a Vampire book 3) Buy Links: Amazon B&N Kobo Blurb: After… Continue reading
My rating: <a href=”http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/380406963″>5 of 5 stars</a><br /><br />I reall <a href=”http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/13578425-bloodstorm” style=”float: left; padding-right: 20px”><img alt=”Bloodstorm (Heart of a Vampire, Book 1)” border=”0″ src=”http://photo.goodreads.com/books/1333574234m/13578425.jpg” /></a><a href=”http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/13578425-bloodstorm”>Bloodstorm</a> by <a href=”http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4584263.Amber_Kallyn”>Amber Kallyn</a><br/>y enjoyed Bloodstorm. You can read the synopsis on everyone’s review so I will share a few of things/characters that I really enjoyed. <br /><br />I wasn’t sure what to expect from the opening with … Continue reading <a href=”ht…
I’ve tried to plant a few flowers before…Ok, I’ll be honest, usually it’s the Mother’s Day flowers from the PTA .25 sale. I used to plant them once they were 3/4 dead because one of my boys would become angry that “his” flower was drying. After 2 day tedious days of water, I’d lose interest. This year, I have a lovely little collection growing around … Continue reading Gardening for dingbats.
I have found so many free books on Amazon (for my kindle) but it has been a while since I got into a book. I suppose that I could go back and reread an all time favorite so that I can get excited about reading. I can’t believe that I’m trying to psych myself up to read. What a silly girl I am. If anyone … Continue reading I’ve been neglecting my blog