Showing posts from April, 2016
1h1 hour ago "I believe one of the most important priorities is to do whatever we do as well as we can." - Victor Kermit Kiam

A New Book Review

Where We Fall by Rochelle B. Weinstein Lake Union Publishing              
due out April 19th
This book grabbed me from the beginning because I needed to find out what was going on with the character Abby. This story is told through all the characters Abby, Ryan Lauren and Julianna. It is their story and it is of finding love, losing love, heartbreak, depression, sacrifice and all the personal struggles that many of us deal with in our own daily lives. It is well written and easy to read. I recommend it as a good book for early summer reading.

Waiting for Spring to Show Up!

So while I'm waiting for Spring to show up (it's taking it's sweet time in my neck of the woods)
I need to post some pictures of my tulips last year to help perk me up and maybe it will help you also if you are still waiting for Spring to show up. Enjoy!

I read Jay Williams' book "Life is Not An Accident"

Life Is Not an Accident: A Memoir of Reinvention by Jay Williams
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Even if you don't know who Jay Williams is this is still an inspirational story. I, however, have been a Duke basketball fan for years and Jay, was one of my favorite players. I knew that he had endured after his motorcycle accident but just how much he has gone through and survived in his life thus far is amazing to say the least. In this memoir he intimately shares his story of his struggles on the road to reinvention. I loved the book and it even opened my eyes to the life of basketball players both college and in the NBA. A very inspirational book.

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