I love reading, Christian, Biographies, Autobiographies, Cookbooks, Fiction, Historical Fiction, History, Memoir, Mystery, Romance, Suspense, Thriller, Parenting, Marriage, Christian Counseling, Health, Natural and Herbal, Childcare and Teaching, Inspirational as well as Alaskan.
I prefer a printed copy that I can hold in my hands and become old friends with, but will also accept E-books in Kindle, PDF or Nook formats.
I am a Christian and seek to glorify my Lord. As such I will not read any erotic, paranormal, vampire, or such books. I also will stop reading any book that has bad language (Cursing and taking my Lord’s name in vain.), and books with gratuitous sex. This is one reason I have chosen to be associated with the Publishing Companies and the Authors that are on my site because I feel safe recommending them to others.
Thursday, December 5, 2013
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
That’s right! I just added up my list of books that I have read but have not been able to post to my blog, Goodreads, etc. and I am at 100 already! That is going to be a LOT of typing!! I was worried about meeting my goal of book for the year but I think I am going to at least be close. Especially since one of them was the Bible which is 66 books in one and I counted it as one. (And I’ve already started back through it again.)
Saturday, November 16, 2013
This is not a book review, but a short update and share of yesterday. My health has gotten a bit worse in the last several months. My pain has increased to the point of tears again with the pain meds. The coming of cold weather, freezing rain and snow here in my beloved Alaska has not helped my nerves and joints either…
But despite that I have managed to go to Church about once every six weeks which is a huge improvement!! And have even managed to make to trips to the store to help my husband buy clothes for our ever growing children! He has done AMAZING for the last 5 years but shopping for a 13 1/2 yr old girl is a job SHE would rather not tackle with her Dad!
Anyway, that being said. Yesterday was one of the two days of shopping (not to fun with the heat out in the car, I looked like the Michelin Man with all my layers of wool on so I wouldn’t get chilled! It was funny!). So we ran up to Wal-Mart while the kids were in school with our list, I gimped onto the last motorized cart available in the store, and we divided and conquered ASAP.
I PROMISE I’M GETTING TO THE BLESSING! So as we met for the final pack of undershirts and pair of gloves in the guys section, I am leaning over the cart in pain ready to Be In Bed. So we cut straight through the ladies undies towards the check out and my cart actually BUMPS into a rack of Clearance HOUSECOATS AND GOWNS!!! My Hunny’s favorite color being yellow we grabbed a matching gown and housecoat set in yellow flowers for $9, My addiction being coffee we found a long tee gown with LA LATTE and coffee cups on it for $5!! I was tickled and we checked out and came home.
This morning laying here, I was thinking and I realized that God had given me a DESIRE OF MY HEART that I had not prayed about or even put into conscious thought! Less than a week ago I was changing and the thought just skipped through my head that my gowns and PJs were looking pretty worn and sad from being worn all day every day and being washed so much. Then I didn’t think of it again…But GOD did!
And today I get to throw out my two most worn out gowns and my 4X robe that is 14yrs old, very worn & too big (Since I have lost almost 100 lb in the last 5yrs.)! I know to most people this is a small and silly thing. But when you live your live in bed and that is all your Husband and Kids and even the rare visitor see you in…It probably shouldn’t but it matters and it starts affecting your spirit and your attitude. I just wanted to share my little Gift of Cheer that I was blessed with.
I will try to catch up on my book reviews SOON. We have not had good internet access for several months now and it takes me a loong time to type with my arm and shoulder being so much worse, but I haven’t stopped reading and reviewing! I have PAGES of notes on books I’ve read and am ready to post. My Sister visited and set up my computer with a program where I can now type my posts for my blog while off line and then when I get a chance to log on I can post! Thank You Myra!! This will hopefully make life easier for me.
Monday, August 12, 2013
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I loved this book! Having lived the last 27 years in Alaska, I know the harsh conditions of hiking the mountains in the winter and how what sounds impossible can truly happen!
I also loved that it dealt with the Irish immigration and how it affected so MANY parts of the United Stated. Most immigration books are set in one place, IE: Chicago or New York...this book showed the part they played through out our land.
Sometimes, you read books and things seem too impossible for one person to go through in one life time, but at 44 I have had this kind of life (Not intentionally!)and feel like my life has been a series of unrelated disasters that God keeps using for His Glory! Were I to list all I've been through it would sound like a novel and seem unreal that one person could go through so many things in one life time. But, they can.
Most of all the last paragraph in the letter the Reverend wrote to Seamus spoke to me in such a deep heart touching and changing way..."CELEBRATE THAT YOU HAVE BEEN TAKEN TO SO MANY DARK,DIFFICULT PLACES IN YOUR LIFE....YOU ARE FREE SEAMUS. REJOICE! YOUR LIFE IS NO LONGER ABOUT YOU. IT IS ABOUT THE BLESSINGS YOU HAVE RECCIEVED AND ALL YOU WILL NOW SHARE WITH OTHERS."
That paragraph..I have no words except "Thank You!!
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