Monthly Archives: July 2011

My Bookshelf Debacle

You may have gleaned from my previous posts that I have something I like to call my “bookshelf system”. Prior to my “big” move (all of 70 miles away from my previous location), I started packing up my books. I … Continue reading

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Hesitation Kills by Jane Blair

“Somehow in the protests, the American people had forgotten about more than two hundred thousand of us who sat here, endangering our lives for them.” p 75 I finally finished this book (mostly out of my eagerness to move on … Continue reading

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“Heaven is for Real” by Todd Burpo with Lynn Vincent

Okay, this book falls way off my normal range of topics to read. To be perfectly honest, I don’t read a ton of books about faith and heaven and God. I read the bible daily, go to mass, read Guideposts, … Continue reading

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