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Retrospective of June

Well, the weather got warm over this past month–a bit too much with several very humid days. Summer is here with its lovely long daylight hours that are great for reading. 34 more words

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Captivating Blog Posts

As an author, you would think that writing Blog posts would be easy for me. Nope, I never know what to write. If a book is coming out then it’s easy for me to figure out what needs to be said. 128 more words

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The Character of a Leader

Senator Rubio shows strength in crisis…

In a time of national tragedy, Americans seek comfort in God, in each other, and in the support of our allies. 514 more words

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Peculiar Book Celebration

Yesterday I learned about this awesome celebration that Quirk Books* is hosting for Ransom Riggs’ 5th anniversary for Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.  136 more words

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Retrospective of May

Well, that’s another month come and gone. It’s finally feeling summer-like and the call of the outdoors is quite strong.

During the month of May I’ve read 8 books, which brings my year-to-date total to 45 books.

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I’m Nowhere Near Weight Loss

I’m still 50 lbs away from my wedding weight. 23 away from my pre-pregnancy weight. and 6 lbs away from 200 lbs, which every morning I get up and see that scale and want to cry. 175 more words

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Dear Class of 2016

It’s one of my long time dreams to speak at University or better yet, High School, graduation. I have no idea why. It’s not like I have a huge amount of wisdom to impart at my ripe-old-age of 37. 735 more words

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