Hope for Tomorrow, as with all the stories I’ve ever read by Elizabeth Maddrey, packs a wallop. As Skye struggles with an unknown disease and the loss of her job because of her poor health, she seeks the grandparents she had never known. She is an interesting combination of strong […]
If you have not yet read Love and Other Mistakes, you should probably pick up a copy and read that before reading this review or synopsis… You may remember Kimberly, the annoyingly perfect woman who competed with Natalie for the internship in Love and Other Mistakes. And you will, of […]
Oh what fun! When Jo was caught sneaking into Dave’s camp, nobody’s life was ever the same again. I loved the way Dave was so appalled by Jo and yet so captivated by her at the same time. And bewildered at her strange behavior and beliefs. The Nordegren sisters, having […]
I’m a little sad that this is the end of the Heart of the Mountains series though it is is nice to have it all wrapped up in such a wonderful way. The series started with Simeon Grant and ends with the daughter he adopted at the end of this […]
“That’s my favorite color!” Favorites are important to our society. One of the ways we get to know one another is finding out favorite foods, colors, vacation destinations. Yet when it comes to people, it can hurt when the favorite is not you. I remember when I was in elementary […]
I confess that there are some things in my past that I would like to forget. Just wipe them out and pretend they never happened. And there are things in my life that are delightful that I love to pull out of my memories and mull over. There is a […]
The B twins. Just hearing their name caused a shudder in those who had babysat them. They were known for getting into mischief and creating a lot of work for those tending them. What I discovered, however, was that these boys were a lot of fun. Yeah, they did have […]
We’ve tried to locate the ancient split oak tree at least two different times. Each time we have wandered the trails, the overgrowth and destruction from previous hurricanes have prevented us from finding the correct path to get there. Yet we’ve been told (and seen the pictures) that the 200-year-old […]
Though the fire appeared to be out, the firefighters continues to comb through the remains to ensure there were no embers left to reignite into flames.
“Lookin’ for Love in All the Wrong Places” croons Johnny Lee. This song from the 1980’s was on the top of the charts for a few weeks – most likely because so many people can relate only too well.