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Mini Post Monday!

Happy Monday everyone! I hope everyone survived Mardi Gras this past weekend. I didn’t do a single thing to celebrate so…back to the grind!

Check out my new story! 730 more words

Life And Happiness

Children's Books to Challenge Stereotypes

Yesterday I wrote about how gendered children’s stories can be and how we all could benefit from more inclusive stories. Today I share with you and applaud the stories that ARE more inclusive and celebrate diversity and interests of all types for girls and boys and supportive parents! 45 more words


The kite runner

My beautiful friend Charlotte recently posted a snap of her reading the Kite Runner, and I instantly remembered how amazing this book was!

If there were ever a book to recommend this would be on my list! 262 more words



February’s history based or bygone era book suggestions.
Ages 3-7
Canadian Flyer Adventures # 16: Arctic Storm by Frieda Wishinsky (Early 20th Century)
Buttons by Brock Cole (Victorian Era) 138 more words


Book Review - The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared

THIS is my favorite type of humor, dry and about as random as it gets.  I loved this book and I hate that it is over.  409 more words

Savoring Life

Terminal Lance Creator sais He's Just Getting Started with White Donkey

For all Veterans out there who served in Iraq, in particular, the Marines, you need to buy this book and read it a couple times. Fantastic is the only word that comes to mind. 865 more words

Military History

Review: The Forgetting Time by Sharon Guskin

Janie’s son, Noah, has always been a little different from other kids his age. Noah remembers quirky little random facts that Janie knows they have never discussed, but more startlingly are his frequent debilitating nightmares, his deathly fear of water and the way he asks about his other mother. 76 more words