“People with cerebral palsy may need more time to learn how to cook than those without this condition. It may take them ten minutes or ten years to learn something, so be patient with them,” Matthew W. Miller writes in his book, Overcoming Obstacles in Cooking.
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ANN Talks about SMALL TOWN LIFE - She's lived in the same town most of her life. She has included some fun pictures and some very interesting things about herself and books!
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“This was not the reunion she had envisaged. Here she was, stuck on an island with no clean clothes, no cell phone and the goodwill of a hostile stranger the only way of getting back to the mainland. Worst of all, there was no Dutch: her reason for being there in the first place,” Rose Dee writes about Bay in her novel, Back to Resolution.
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“Organizing Your Prayer Closet: A New and Life-Changing Way to Pray,” by Gina Duke is a guide for helping a person’s prayer life. Each chapter is aimed at a different part of a prayer life, from “Praise and Thanksgiving,” “At the Right Time,” “Faith and Follow-Through” plus seven more” Each chapter is followed by instruction and examples on how to fill out a prayer journal, plus there are sample prayer journal pages in the back.
By using the journal each person is able to see…
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Another uplifting tale from Carrie Daws!
Once again I started a Crossing's book by Carrie Daws, once again I was unable to put it down, and finished it in short order.
Returning to Crossing, Oregon, we get to check in with old friends and…Continue
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God’s Daughter by Heather Day Gilbert is a must read for historical fiction fans, those interested in Viking lore and culture, or just anyone looking for an emotionally charged and gripping read. It is written from the perspective of a Viking woman named Gudrid sometime around 1000 AD when these fierce warriors were exploring the northern seas. Most of the tale is told from a first person, present…Continue
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Had a Great chat with JULIANNA DEERING about her new book & Enter 10 BOOK GIVEAWAY last day to enter March 31st!
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“The cup had come to me, out of all those who had carried it or who might have found it over the centuries. I was the one appointed for this reason, even if I did not yet understand it,” young Nehemiah realizes in Bodie and Brock Thoene’s novel, Take This Cup.
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“Your mom and I think it would be a shame to have some other girl’s name on those shoes. As we’ve been praying, we’ve realized that this will be a good opportunity for you to learn and to grow, and God’s given us peace about letting you be the Swiftriver spokesgirl,” Riley’s dad explains to his daughter in Jill Osborne’s novel, Riley Mae and the Rock Shocker Trek
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Orphaned in Iowa, Annie Kennedy moves to Boston to stay with her spinster aunt. She longs for romance to fill the void left by her parents' death. But when she falls hard for Steven O'Connor, the man who broke an engagement to her sister, Annie is worried. Will he break her heart too when he discovers who she really…Continue
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This trilogy of novellas has come as a surprise to me. I'm not usually a huge reader of fantasy/epic fiction, usually sticking with Narnia and Middlearth, but I have sincerely enjoyed and looked forward to reading each of these stories. I am very sorry to be saying goodbye to the peoples of Diachona and Munda.
This is the story of a young man, scarcely older than a boy really, who must navigate…Continue
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“You shouldn’t listen to music like that. I hear Mother’s voice, and Dad’s voice, too. Boys sow their wild oats. Girls become tramps,” Rose’s guilt resurfaces in Karen Halvorsen Schreck’s novel, Sing for Me.
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There’s a lot of buzz these days in my hometown of Elkin, NC about hiking, cycling and horseback riding trails. For outdoor advocates like me this is very good news. Last week in Part 1 of, Blazing the Trail I introduced you to my love of nature and a group of people calling themselves the Elkin Valley Trails Association (EVTA). Today I want to give you some details about the trails.
The Mountain to Sea Trail (MST)
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“We’re out of time. Every day more and more Jews arrive from Hungary. Every day more and more of them are gassed and thrown into the ovens. What are we going to do? Wait another month?” Jacob asks Luc in Joel C. Rosenberg’s novel, The Auschwitz Escape.
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