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Sunday, April 19, 2009

Reading, Living, Loving

Hello Ladies-hope everyone is doing well! I hope everyone has their book Miss Invisible and is already reading it. I am and I am enjoying it immensely. Very funny!!!
I have already received the other books for the next 2 months as well. I am not going to be caught getting the book 1 week before it is due to be read like the month before last. THAT is frustrating!!
Our kids just left from their visit here during Spring Break-they were here from New York. It was a short but very sweet visit-we made the very most of it-living every moment to the fullest. We took a trip down to Fort Bragg and enjoyed the town and sights down there-spent some good quality time with them. It was fun.
I hope you all love your kids while you have them, because they grow up so fast it blows me away, and saddens me more than I can express. But I am thankful that God has given us the time with our kids that He has because the long and short of it is they really belong to HIM right? Praise God!!
Blessings to you my friends**enjoy your book and see you at the next Chick Lit Book Club Meeting.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

You Ladies are Missing Out! But It's Not too Late!

Hello my friends; Just wanted to give you a little glimpse of what is coming up in the next couple months with our Chick Lit Book Club & Review:

April's Book of the Month: Miss Invisible Here is a little about it to strike your taste buds..

Freddie Heinz is a single, 29-year-old plus-size wedding cake baker/decorator who feels invisible most of the time due to her size and her still-single status. But she’s about to discover love comes in many shapes and sizes!
Any woman who has ever struggled with body image will enjoy this tale about a woman who finds the liberating love and acceptance she longs for.

May's Book of the Month: A Seahorse in the Thames Here is a little about it to wet your appetite**

This is a story about a woman who is very much in need of an encounter with loveliness. Life has been unfulfilling for Alexa, sometimes downright tragic. She has lost her vision for finding extraordinary within the ordinary. Her vulnerable, older sister Rebecca, brain –damaged from a car accident many years earlier has run away from her group home. Worried, Alexa sets off to find Rebecca with the help of her reluctant-to-get-involved twin sister, Priscilla. She wants to find her missing sister, of course, but she also wants to find a shimmer of hope that her life won’t always be the way it is right now and that beauty sometimes exists in the place where you least expect to find it.

Okay now get on Amazon or and order your books and come to our meetings. Call me for information and dates 599-4467. I promise you will have a new experience everytime.
God bless you all! Have a great week!