Monthly Archives: May 2009

Flowers, cats, rain and the mail

I’ve been experimenting with my camera again. This time I was trying to capture the raindrops on the roses in the garden. After those raindrops dried up I realized I have another setting on my camera I should have tried. … Continue reading

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Review: The House In Grosvenor Square At the end of Before the Season Ends you are left with a happily ever after moment, knowing that Ariana Forsythe and Phillip Mornay will be married. Not so fast! Book 2, The House In Grosvenor Square begins with … Continue reading

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Multi-tasking lowered my IQ?

I get it now, I remember thinking I could do it all when I had little guys at home. I was a champion multi-tasker, then I read this article It is the reason I can’t seem to remember anything now, … Continue reading

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Face of Betrayal by Lis Wiehl with April Hennry

Powered by Ingram Digital Face of Betrayal by Lis Wiehl with April Henry A triple threat Novel Allison Pierce is a federal prosecutor, Nicole Hedges a FBI special agent, and Cassidy Shaw a local television news crime reporter. The three … Continue reading

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Creative Space Thursday

It’s creative space Thursday and today I’ll be at the hospital with my mom. She’s having surgery so my bag will be packed full with things to do to keep me occupied, still I imagine nothing will get sewn, knitted, … Continue reading

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And the winner is—

Amber S. is the winner of A Passion Denied! Thank you so much Julie for donating your book for the drawing and for all the commenting you did to our blog commenters.*name drawn by Impartial Ed

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REVIEW: A Passion Denied by Julie Lessman

A Passion Denied by Julie Lessman Book 3 of the The Daughters of Boston Series They’re back! The delightful O’Conner sisters we’ve fallen in love with and watched as they fell in love with Mitch and Collin. This time we … Continue reading

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