I don’t see it as a book ending. I see it as turning the page on one chapter and finding the start of a new one.
Whether you’re a celebrity or just a normal human, a lot can happen in 365 days.
I will always be grateful for Liane Moriarty’s story to have found me, giving me what I needed and then showing me how special a reading life can be.
As Mother’s Day approaches this year, I exhaustedly celebrate being a mother of four. This little piece of paper reminds me that the plans I make are never as exquisite as the ones already designed for me.
I began taking personal offense to each drink my mother had, each cheap plastic vodka bottle I found hidden in her closet.
I think the problem many of us have on this second go-round is that while being with another person sounds fantastic, it is pretty hard to pull off, especially after spending 50 or 60 years on the planet without that other person in your life.
I can remember times where utilities in the house would be turned off, non-stop bill collectors calling, and even some showing up at our house.
You’re still paying off your 2018 holiday shopping. You’re worried about a possible recession. You feel pressure to buy gifts for family and friends this holiday season even though you can’t afford it. You’re planning on going shopping anyway. Sound familiar?
So forget all those lists and to do’s items. This holiday season, give kindness. It’s the perfect gift.
I brought my bathing suit and tank tops thinking this was another Caribbean vacation. But water shoes, hiking boots and a rain jacket??? Not a thought in my mind.