Tag Archives: reading

Bleak Midwinter Days

“I can’t seem to warm up today,” I told my husband for what must have been the umpteenth time since yesterday as I made myself a second cup of hot tea for the day.  Our winter here in the southeast … Continue reading

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Learning

Today’s WordPress one-word prompt is Learning. I remember in my clinical year of veterinary school when a professor told me and another group of students that being a veterinarian required a lifetime of learning.  He said it involved learning new … Continue reading

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Monday’s Question

Question:  What’s the last book you read and what did you think? My Answer:  The Martian by Andy Weir. This book was recommended to me by my oldest son who, as an aerospace engineer, was understandably intrigued by it.  And … Continue reading

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Ten Books I Want to Read in 2015

1.  Unbroken– By Laura Hillenbrand I’ve seen this book on several #1 best seller lists in 2014.  A friend loaned me his copy to read.  It’s next on my list when I finish up with the book I’m currently reading. … Continue reading

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Monday’s Question

Question:  If you could go on the perfect retreat by yourself for a weekend, where would you go and what would you do?   My Answer:  I would retreat to a little cabin in the woods so I could be … Continue reading

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Monday’s Question

Question:  What are some good summer/ beach books you would recommend? My Answer:  These are books I could read over and over and I would find any of them enjoyable summer reading! The Light Between Oceans– by M.L Stedman This … Continue reading

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Children’s Easter Books

I still have a small sack that contains the Easter books I used to read to my sons when they were little.  They are now in college.  Some things are just too hard to part with and their childhood books … Continue reading

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