Monthly Archives: November 2020

Meeting Sam- This book contains a significant Christmas scene in it.

I’m not going to tell what’s happening in the scene but it does have two holidays where is behaving himself. ————————————– For those accustomed to the traditional Black Friday was an unprecedented adjustment. There wasn’t the usual shopping crowd out … Continue reading

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A Strong Woman Understands

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For all the ladies to remember and men to understand

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When God created woman he was working late on the 6th day…….An angel came by and asked.” Why spend so much time on her?”The lord answered. “Have you seen all the specifications I have to…

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Mud and Gold (Promises to Keep: Book 2) by Shayne Parkinson

There’s a large free read of this book. It caught my attention because I had never read a book set in 1880’s New Zealand before.

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Bea’s Thanksgiving : The Adventures of Bea Book 2 Volume 1 (The Adventures of Bea)

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Bea’s Thanksgiving- HAPPY THANKSGIVING

Thanksgiving Day is the next big Holiday on the scene, then comes Black Friday. The day shoppers, world-wide go crazy. We won’t be caught in the harrowing experience because my mom and I are broke.We live in poverty.Poor folks on … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving Day! Stay Safe!

From my family to yours.

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Thick Books Are Worth Your Time

One of the reasons I like big books is that I get more for my money. Sorry, but I’m just not a big fan of jumping right into the actions kind of books. It reminds me too much of the … Continue reading

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Structural or systematic racism is taking a toll on our children’s mental health

We hear a lot about the toil it takes on adults but rarely do we heard about the helpless child witnessing the adult go through it. Racism and social inequality don’t just affect adults. The article states why they have … Continue reading

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