"When you come to the edge of all that you know, you must believe one of two things: there will be earth upon which to stand, or you will be given wings to fly." author unknown
It's that time of the year....
Sunday, December 5, 2010
and it is the day after the snow. The temperature is falling fast and my car looks like a giant snowball. I cleaned it off once yesterday and now I need to do it again as it is to be bitter cold tonight.
I am really enjoying the Nook that my brother and sister in law sent me for Christmas. The first book I downloaded was Sizzling Sixteen by Janet Evanovich. Then a couple of Debbie Macomber’s books. Also some free ones. After Christmas I am going to join some e-book swap clubs. Also my brother has lots of books on his so I am going to see if there is anything on there I want to read. I am a romantic by heart but I really enjoy a good murder mystery, especially ones written by Phillip Margolin, John Sanford or Beverly Barton. I will work on acquiring them next. Below is a photo of my Nook. My brother also included the book cover to go with it. Thanks little bro.
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This afternoon I will start making the cookie dough. I was too busy yesterday to get around to it. I was pleasantly surprised that at my old home, the folks there received 8 inches of snow yesterday. Just think of all of that shoveling I would have had to do.
My sis in WV does volunteer work with special needs children. She has asked us all this time to pray for a 6 year old girl that is critically ill. Here again, because of the privacy act I can’t divulge the name of this child. Perhaps when we pray for her we might include special needs children all around the world. Your thoughts and prayers will be greatly appreciated. Anytime is a hard time for a child to be ill, but Christmastime is almost unbearable. Thank you so much.