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Hannah’s Hope by Karen Kingsbury

This book tells us the story of a family who is emotionally detached from one another. From an outsider’s view, Hannah looked like the perfect girl, intelligent, active in extracurricular activities, attends the best school, like she has it all going for her. 194 more words


Thankfulness and Happiness Day 22

I love to read.  Every since I was a small child I loved books.  I have fond memories of my daddy reading Dr. Seuss books to me, that we borrowed from the city library.  59 more words

Is it wrong to question your doctor?

It is reverberatingly quiet in my house right now. I am so used to my fur babies making noise, wanting out or tackling and fussing with each other that when they are at Diva Dogs getting all cleaned up and pretty I don’t really know how to enjoy the peaceful, wondrous peace that is present. 709 more words

Can you READ?

Reading is a crucial part of our lives,we need to constantly fill ourselves with the knowledge and information that books have to offer us. Our generation can’t survive without us dedicating our selves to reading. 1,439 more words

Making Memories

School is out! Summer is here!!!

I have always looked forward to summer. Easier days. I didn’t need to drive my children to school. No homework and projects to help them with (or do, as the case might have been, just saying!), or making lunches. 271 more words

Family of Jesus

Like the family of Jesus, you are not forgotten. He has plans and a purpose for your life. He looks your way.

-Karen Kingsbury


Review: The Family of Jesus by Karen Kingsbury

If you have ever read the bible and tried to put yourself in Mary’s shoes – how she must have felt to have been chosen by God and then rejected and spurned by her community. 875 more words