Friday, June 14, 2013

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Monday, April 25, 2011

Happy Easter!

I hope you all were able to spend and enjoy Easter with your loved ones yesterday. I know I sure enjoyed spending the holiday with my family. This past Easter was the first year the Easter Bunny came to our house. Little Man was so excited to wake up and find some presents in his basket. He really enjoyed the egg hunt as well...and if I'm honest, mommy really enjoyed it too! :)

How was your Easter? Does your family have any traditions for the Easter holiday?

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Wish-List Wednesday!

I, as I'm sure a lot of you do as well, have a TBR list that's a mile long (okay, lets be real, it's more like a thousand miles long). I always seem to be adding to it a million times faster than I can check books off...however, I LOVE to add great books to it (I spend so much time looking at and drooling over books, I think it's starting to become a hobby). In hopes to indulge said hobby, I'm counting on you to share some books on your wish-list and I'll share some of mine with you - therefore, feeding our book obsession hunger together. Remember: Christian Fiction books only (I consider Amish books in this genre, so Amish books are encouraged acceptable)!

Title: Roadside Assistance
Author: Amy Clipston

Description: A very bumpy ride.Emily Curtis is used to dealing with her problems while under the hood of an old Chevy, but when her mom dies, Emily's world seems shaken beyond repair. Driven from home by hospital bills they can't pay, Emily and her dad move in with his wealthy sister, who intends to make her niece more feminine---in other words, just like Whitney, Emily's perfect cousin. But when Emily hears the engine of a 1970 Dodge Challenger, and sees the cute gearhead, Zander, next door, things seem to be looking up.But even working alongside Zander can't completely fix the hole in Emily's life. Ever since her mom died, Emily hasn't been able to pray, and no one---not even Zander---seems to understand. But sometimes the help you need can come from the person you least expect.

Title: A Cowboy's Touch
Author: Denise Hunter
Series: A Big Sky Romance

Description: Four years ago, rodeo celebrity Wade Ryan gave up his identity to protect his daughter. Now, settled on a ranch in Big Sky Country, he lives in obscurity, his heart guarded by a high, thick fence.

Abigail Jones isn't sure how she went from big-city columnist to small-town nanny, but her new charge is growing on her, to say nothing of her ruggedly handsome boss. Love blossoms between Abigail and Wade--despite her better judgment. Will the secrets she brought with her to Moose Creek, Montana separate her from the cowboy who finally captured her heart?

Title: A Time to Heal
Author: Barbara Cameron
Series: Quilts of Lancaster County, #2

Description: Christopher Matlock is a weary and wounded ex-soldier who just wants some peace in his life, but then he meets Hannah Bontrager, a gentle, pacifist Amish woman who turns his world upside down. Born and raised on a Kansas farm, Christopher finally finds peace in this simple community helping with the crops. He expects resistance from the Amish but is appalled when he and Hannah experience threats. When he discovers who his enemy is, he realizes he must stay and reveal a secret that could take away everything.

Title: Save the Date
Author: Jenny B. Jones

Description: When Alex and Lucy pick out wedding invitations, they wonder if they can be printed in vanishing ink.

Former NFL star Alex Sinclair is a man who has it all--except the votes he needs to win his bid for Congress. Despite their mutual dislike, Alex makes Lucy a proposition: pose as his fiancee in return for the money she desperately needs. Bound to a man who isn't quite what he seems, Lucy will find her heart on the line--and maybe even her life. When God asks Alex and Lucy to scrap their playbook and follow his rules, will they finally say, "I do"?

Title: Light the Fire
Author: Mary Manners

Description: A choice, a tragedy, and life-altering consequences…

When Rena Dunigan flees New York City and her dream of becoming a Broadway performer, she returns to her hometown harboring a life-altering secret and the shame of a shattered past. When her friend talks her into helping build a house through the local Shelter the Homeless program, Rena meets Cody and his mischievous Saint Bernard. Cody is dealing with a devastating loss of his own, yet his gentleness and patience melt Rena's resolve never to trust—or to love—again.

But what will Cody think when he learns the consequences of Rena's past? Will he reject her, or can she trust that love will heal hurting hearts and forever bind them together?

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Words of Encouragement

The following is a list of words, sayings, Bible Versus, etc., to help lift and encourage you to make it through those tough days.

*Don't know or can't find source

  • You are naturally happy when your doing what God calls you to do. - RevRunWisdom on Twitter

  • Remember this:: Your natural talents are right in sync with GODS PLAN.. If it doesn't feel right.. IT ISN'T - @RevRunWisdom

  • The Lord didn't take me this far to leave me. - @RevRunWisdom

  • Move close to God and He will move close to you -James 4:8

  • The master plan is the MASTERS plan!; For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you. - Jeremiah-29:11

  • Hate is too big of a burden to carry, it hurts the hater more than the hated. - @RevRunWisdom

  • When the negative elements around you say give up... Gods hope whispers::: try 1 more time - @RevRunWisdom

  • The Lord is with me; I will not be afraid -Psalm 118:6

  • You have to be near God to hear God. - @RevRunWisdom

  • Scripture proclaims if you don't know what to do in any given situation ask God! -James 1:5 - @RevRunWisdom

  • This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it. - Psalm 118: 24

  • So encourage each other and build each other up, just as you are already doing - 1 Thessalonians 5:11 - tweeted by @itsKelseyMarie

  • Be strong & courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Lord your God goes with you, He will never leave you nor forsake you - Deuteronomy 31:6

  • Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. -Galatians 6:9

  • I'm not a Christian because I'm strong and have it all together. I'm a Christian because I'm weak and admit I need a Savior - tweeted by @Lecrae

  • It's not about what I do. It's about what the Father does through me. - tweeted by Lecrae

  • Keep praying. When you stop praying you stop hoping. - tweeted by @Lecrae

  • Our self worth is not tied to our looks, possessions, or acceptance of others. We are born valuable. Ephesians 2:10 - tweeted by @Lecrae

  • Friday, April 15, 2011

    Tea for Two by Trish Perry

    Title: Tea for Two
    Author: Trish Perry
    Series: The Tea Shop Series
    Rating: 4 Books

    Review: Tea for Two by Trish Perry is like breathing in a breath of fresh air in Heaven. It is the second book in this modern day, inspirational romance series (The Tea Shop Series) set in Northern Virginia. Milly, the owner of the tea shop, is a pleasant Christian woman who befriends all of her customers, including counselor Tina Milano and her produce supplier Zack Cooper.

    Tina, a single woman and counselor, leads her weekly counseling group at Milly's shop in the mornings, where sessions frequently get off track and onto the subject of Tina's love life, or lack there-of. Zack, a single father to two teenagers, Dylan and Sherry, is in need of some advice and guidance regarding the destructive path his children seem to be taking. After talking to Milly, as encouraging and supportive as she is, he realizes he's going to need some professional help for his falling-apart-family.

    After heeding Milly's advice, Zack and Tina agree to work together in a casual manner - but there's a catch – Zack doesn't want Dylan and Sherry to know they're being counseled. During a meeting with Tina at Milly's shop, Dylan and Sherry walk in after school for some treats and see Zack with Tina. Automatically assuming Zack is dating Tina, the kids are thrilled. Not wanting to disappoint his children, Zack and Tina pretend to be in a relationship. But as Tina and Zack start to spend more time with each other and their friendship progresses, are they really still pretending? Can they overcome their trust and faith issues and really become a team?

    What a wonderful book! I felt like I was right there in Milly's shop, drinking tea and eating her sweets with Tina and Zack. The characters are well rounded and seem so alive and full of life's journey – wherever that may take them. The Author really made it feel as if Tina and Zack were brought together by the hand of God. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and had a hard time putting it down. If you need to take a break from real life to escape to a relaxing, loving, inspiring and upbeat atmosphere, this is the book for you. I would recommend this book to anyone who's looking for an excellent read.

    This is the second book of Trish Perry's that I have read, and I can tell you it won't be the last. Perry has a beautiful gift from God for story telling and an eloquent writing style that captivates readers from page one.

    Purchase: Barnes and Noble | Amazon

    A Time to Love by Barbara Cameron

    Title: A Time to Love
    Author: Barbara Cameron
    Series: Quilts of Lancaster County #1
    Rating: 5 Books

    Review: A Time To Love, the first book in Barbara Cameron's Quilts of Lancaster County series, is a beautifully written, modern day inspirational romance that revolves around a war correspondent Englisher woman who falls in love with an Amish Man.

    Jenny, a confident, strong-willed woman with a compasionate heart for children, has always had a special bond with her grandmother's Amish communtity ever since her summer visits as a teenager; eventhough her father, when he was a teenager himself, left the community, never to return. While filming a story over seas about innocent children living in war-stricken areas, a car bomb explodes - severely injuring her and sending her back to the states. Lucky to be alive, Jenny wakes up in a hospital bed and notices one of her grandmother's quilts wrapped around her. Reminding her of the two summers she spent at her grandmother's house, she decides to go back there to heal.

    Once there, Jenny is re-acquainted with Matthew, her first love from those summers long ago, who is now a widower with three children. Matthew, consistently finding ways to spend time with her, is a big part of the healing process for Jenny – always reassuring her how beautiful and strong she is despite her emotional and physical scars. Once again, she falls madly in love with him and his three precious children. After agreeing to marry him, she recieves some news about her health which sends her back to the hospital in New York, where she has plenty of time to re-think her decision. Can she marry him and have him risk losing another wife and his children another mother? Or can this good-looking farmer, with the help of his precious children, supportive sister and Jenny's faithful grandmother, help her realize that God has different, better plans in store for her, if she'll just give them a chance?

    I fell in love with this story from page one and plan to read it many, many more times. It is such a sweet, yet captivating story full of hope, healing, true love, second chances, faith and promise. After finishing it I was yearning for more and can't wait until the second book, A Time To Heal, comes out in March 2011.

    Cameron's writing style is so eloquent that I felt as though it were alive and I was living it right along with the characters. The characters are believable and very easy to relate to. This is the first book I have read by Barbara Cameron and it definitely will not be the last. If I could, I would give it 10 stars instead of 5. This is a book that is sure to be talked about for a long time and I am honored to have had the opportunity to read this amazing story.

    Warning: Once you start this book, you will not be able to put it down until you finish!

    Purchase: Barnes and Noble | Amazon

    Divine by Karen Kingsbury

    If you're a Karen Kingsbury fan, like me, then you'll be happy to know that her book Divine is free for a limited time in the e-book format! You can get your free copy at Barnes and Noble or Amazon. If you haven't read any of Karen's books, here is your chance to see what her books are like, for free! Trust me, once you've read one of her books, you're going to want to read all of them!

    Don't worry, you don't have to have an e-reader to get the book. You can download and read books from Barnes and Noble and Amazon by downloading their free programs. For Barnes and Noble, you'll need to download Adobe Digital Editions and for Amazon, you'll need to download Kindle for PC.

    Happy Reading!
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