Monthly Archives: August 2010

The Shower is over

I helped my daughter-in-law, Sara host a shower for my daughter-in-law- to-be, Bianna this weekend. Since I only have sons this was a huge pleasure!We picked a theme which we had to eliminate because we couldn’t find games to go … Continue reading

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Review: Fatal Convitions by Randy Singer

Once again Singer has stepped past the ‘norm’ in Christian fiction tackling the difficult subject of the Muslim religion. This book made me uncomfortable with it’s semi-acceptance of the Muslim religion. Maybe that is a good thing, and then again … Continue reading

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Facebook can be fun or not

Facebook has made some new changes that you might want to consider changing. While I’m sure they thought this would be a fun feature…maybe a way to find your friends and meet them for lunch, instead it opens to the … Continue reading

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Review: Always the Baker, Never the Bride by Sandra D. Bricker

Always the Baker, Never the Bride by Sandra  D. BrickerThere is on word for this book FUN! A baker that can’t eat the wonderful creations she makes? I feel her pain–I can bake bread, but I can’t eat it–no gluten … Continue reading

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Getting ready

This weekend is the shower for my soon to be daughter-in-law, Brianna. My other daughter-in-law, Sara and I are enjoying every second of preparing for this event. I can’t tell you the things we have done, but next week I’ll … Continue reading

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The Malacca Conspiriacey by Don Brown

Set in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the United States, The Malacca Conspiracy is a bone-chilling tale of terrorism on the high seas, of political assassination and nuclear brinkmanship. And for Zack and Diane-your favorite JAG characters from Don Brown’s popular … Continue reading

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Review: Good Girls Don’t Have to Dress Bad by Shari Braendel

Good Girls Don’t have to Dress Bad  by Shari Braendel arrived at my house a little  late from the publisher Zondervan. They provided me this copy free to review. I wasn’t sure I would be able to read and post … Continue reading

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