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
Does anyone know a site where I can find “how to” tips to pretty my blog. Why am I showing my html on buttons? 😦 Continue reading HELP!!!!
I seem to jump into to 5 or 6 books at a time. I can’t sleep sometimes for wanting to read (2 books at once). I am jumping back into Sheltering Hearts by Robyn Carr. Its absolutely fabulous! The main character, Dory, is a single mother who has not only survived domestic abuse but learned from it enough to help other women in a similar … Continue reading I think I have reading hyperactivity disorder
Bittersweet Surrender is the story of Carly, a cancer survivor who has a chocolate spa. She is an amazing character, her body feels broken (to her) and she’s lost so many people that she cared for. She had a mastectomy and her husband left her, letting her know that he felt she wasn’t enough. Her father has recently passed away and her best friend died in a car crash. This book is not about who and what she’s lost but rather what she does have. She has her faith and God has given her the spirit of resilience and strong supporting cast. A crazy step mother, the widower of her best friend a brother and sister in law (that rely on her and she can rely on)and cast of secondary characters that keep life interesting. Continue reading Bittersweet Surrender by Diann Hunt
This is the cutest book ever. It doesn’t hurt that the heroine, Lulu, reminds me so much of myself. Luciana is storyteller/princess/mermaid at children’s birthday parties. Who wouldn’t love that??? She’s sweet, niave and sees the world thru rose colored glasses. Unfortunately, a bad guy has a big crush on her. In walks Murphy, he’s her personal bodyguard. What happens next is a love story … Continue reading I’m in love with Charmed