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The first book haul of the blog! I’m really happy for this as I’ve been wanting to do one since I got my Valentine’s present from my handsome little Dutchie on the 14th (duh Jane, what else date is Valentine’s…) then again I did open my present on the 13th. 1,554 more words
There is a wonderful article in today’s New York Times about the need to let go of your children, whether they’re two or twenty-two. Michael Christie brings the issue alive by recounting his own experience with letting go, first with his mother and then with his boys, in his article “All Parents are Cowards“.
Driving the King by Ravi Howard (Fic Howard). Howard’s novel explores the racial injustice that pervaded the country during the middle of the twentieth century. World War II veteran Nat Weary plans to propose to his sweetheart at a concert in Alabama given by his friend, Nat King Cole. 785 more words
Agoraphobia is a condition that shrinks the world. Somehow, at least partially, it’s a state of mind that causes a person to live in the illusion that the world can be made smaller, more manageable. 1,318 more words