When Idgie told me she was headed to the beach with a bag of books, I slipped my new baby in when she wasn’t looking. And man, did I get a pissed off text from her a few days later…
Hey there! Happy Spring. Sorry about that hour I stole. I’ll give it back in the fall. What’s up? Here in Georgia I’ve been reading and writing a lot and cursing the weather. SIGH.
Recently, we were sitting around having a family game night when my daughter looked at my husband and said,
Linda went out in the world. Oh, and there’s something special coming FEB 27!
There are buttons in my car that I have no idea why they are there or what they do. I’ve driven this car for over three years. Lately, I’ve begun to think I should know more about the buttons- more about EVERYTHING.
It’s a new year and another chance to knock back some resolutions…or abandon them for good and make your own way in the world.
I think I’ll take this guy’s advice
Although I will admit that I’ve recently adopted a new two-fold approach when buying and reading books.
As we wrap up a year of enormous surprises, I give you this sentiment.
We chose what to focus on every moment of our lives. Let your outlook be positive and a smile your armor.
Hopefully by now you have the shopping done, the cookies baked and the office parties safely completed. So, sit back and relax. It’s time for wine and puzzles or perhaps beer and books? Maybe fireside lounging and football?
Happy holidays! It’s that time again.If you’re like me, you’re trying to find the perfect gifts for the people you love. Here’s an idea. Buy everyone a book! It’s like giving the gift of a vacation without ever leaving the house.
Happy Hump Day!
What a fitting phrase as we get over the hump of the wonderfully long, warm summer, the hump of the not so wonderfully long election and head into the humpiest of all: the holiday season.
It’s November. NOVEMBER?? The month where half the world goes crazy. No, I’m not talking politics. I’m talking about NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) and NoShave November. I’m talking about way too many twenty-somethings out on the roads during fall college breaks.