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H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald and a book I won't be reviewing

First the one I read and hated: The Night Bookmobile by Audrey Niffenegger. I chose it to fill the “book from the teen zone” on my book bingo card. 836 more words

Dear Kylie... Love, Mommy

Dear precious Kylie,

I have thought for weeks about what to say to you, in fact I’ve said most of it to you already since I talk to you all the time. 982 more words


Art by Charles A. Waugaman for Lent and Easter

I thought readers may appreciate the following poems and painting, by Charles A. Waugaman, for contemplation during Lent (and all year).  All Rights Reserved.

‘GOOD’ AS IN FRIDAY… 86 more words


The World spends more of its Scarce Resources on prolonging the lives of the frail elderly, many of whom are in a terminal condition, than does in promoting the health of babies and young children.

In most of the world’s countries more money is spent on prolonging the lives of the elderly than in promoting the health of their greatest resource, children. 851 more words

Real Talk: Losing A Friend

One of the greatest weaknesses of people my age is the belief in is idea that we are invincible.  We’re so young, so full of energy and turmoil, and so ignorant. 576 more words



We love a walk, our family. Come sunshine, rain, wind, sleet or snow we have always got wrapped up warm and ventured out for some fresh air. 621 more words

The Chicken Meatball and the Weekly RAK-Up

Almost a year ago, I started this blog about loss, acts of kindness, grief and the furry friends that have seen us through the most difficult times over the years. 695 more words