WWW: #12 May 23, 2018
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PBS has launched its eight-part series about 100 of America’s most loved novels/series (chosen by a survey of readers), tonight with a two hour special. I know I’m late sharing this, but c’mon! Stop whatever you’re doing right now and turn on your local PBS station! If you can’t, a new episode will be airing every week for the next two months. This summer the host of Read, Meredith Viera will be traveling all over the country visiting authors and bibliophiles. And, you can vote for your favorite fiction novel(s) from the top 100 finalists by visiting pbs every day, all summer long!
The list is truly eclectic ranging from children’s classics like Anne of Green Gables, by LM Montgomery; and Charlotte’s Web, E.B. White, to popular modern novels like Twilight, by Stephenie Meyer; The Stand, Stephen King; and Outlander, by Diana Gabaldon. And of course there are beloved classics like Gone…
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Sweet Tea and Spirits
It’s Mother’s Day and I hate it! It’s a day that just magnifies that Ben is gone! People calling just to see if I’m alright. No! I’m not alright! I want to cry, but whats the point? I’ve done that and he is still dead!
They call wives with deceased husbands widows. Children who have lost parents are orphans. But, the most powerful bond is a mother to her child and there is no name for that.
My amazing Samantha is trying to overcompensate because she knows this will be a hard day. The truth is, there is nothing that can be done to make it better. But, I love her all the more for attempting.
I spent my Mother’s Day at the cemetery. It shouldn’t be this way.
But, I am one of the lucky ones because I have family and friends that would drop what they are doing…
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Good Morning all. I hope you all have wonderful plans for the weekend - whether it be spending time with loved ones or staying in with a good book or anything in between. Thank you for stopping by to check out my TBR #13. As always, let me know if you have read any of… Continue reading Down the TBR Hole #13
Many of you know that we lost my nephew in November to suicide. As you might imagine, this has been a particularly difficult time for all of us. As a family, we have never suffered a loss like this before. He would have been 21 today. He was your typical all-American boy. He loved sports… Continue reading March 14, 2018
Books to review in March.