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I Am Not Afraid of Storms...

I’m over at A Deeper Story today reflecting on Jesus asleep during the storm and my favorite quote from Louisa May Alcott

I knew we were due for a storm.

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Young Women, Mature Women, and Little Women

So often in life we come across stories that we detest when we’re younger, but as we age and gain life experience, those awful, previously detested stories become magical and profound as our perspective changes.  585 more words


A to Z: Jo March

Little Women is perhaps one of the most known, and most loved, American girls’ stories. Since its 1868 publication, it has inspired films, paperdolls, toys, art, at least one musical, and two later Alcott books that deal with the same characters. 938 more words

Part Time Monster

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Book reviews are subjective. I tend to rate books not according to how “perfect” they are, seem to be, or are said to be in general but rather to how perfect they are to me. 288 more words


Character from Characters

Musing on a prompt from a friend: What are your memorable lessons from your favorite fictional author?

My reflections lately have pretty much all centered on thoughts inspired by the work of Susan Cain and Brené Brown: how it feels to be an Introvert in a world that reveres the Extrovert Ideal, the rewards of living authentically, the consequences of culture of Character vs Personality.  1,131 more words


Review: Little Women

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Published: February 11, 2004 by Barnes & Noble Classics (first published in 1868)

Source: Bought

Price: $7.95

Pages: 489… 702 more words