A Bookcase or 6 or 7

As I walk into someone’s house for the first time it is the first thing I typically look for once all the pleasantries have been gone through. Do they read? What do they read? What types of books are nowhere to be found? What else do they have on those oh so telling shelves? Pictures… Continue reading A Bookcase or 6 or 7

Review: Jane Seymour

Since her first book came out in 1989 titled Britian's Royal Families, Allison Weir has been known for her fantastic works of non-fiction. As an older teenager and young adult in my 20's I remember reading several of her non-fiction works about Tudor England and being fascinated by the personalities and drama during that time… Continue reading Review: Jane Seymour

Little Women: A 150 Year Old Spoiler Alert

This particular post all started when a good friend of mine who had never seen any of the Little Women movies and needed to get out of the house messaged me a screenshot of the movie times. The rational thing for me to do was drive to her house to pick her up, grab some… Continue reading Little Women: A 150 Year Old Spoiler Alert

My Reading Habit Book Tag 2020

After finishing Victoria by Daisy Goodwin, I felt inclined to search through my WordPress Reader and see what other bloggers have been up to. There I was, scrolling away, perusing various titles when I came across this. My Reading Habit Book Tag 2020 by blogger Flowersinthebrain. https://wordpress.com/read/blogs/149685754/posts/758 As I’m always interested in how other people… Continue reading My Reading Habit Book Tag 2020

Review: Where the Crawdads Sing

This book all started with a phone call from my Aunt in California a few weeks ago. She told me she had a fantastic book for me to read. That it was one my Grandmother was reading for a book club and that in a moment of quiet she also picked it up and began… Continue reading Review: Where the Crawdads Sing

Review: You Are The Girl For The Job

In the grand scheme of life, we all wear many hats and bite off more than we can chew. Or at least that's how my life tends to go anyway. Between being a mother of four teenagers and one almost teenager, that is, as I have been told by many, enough to do anyone in.… Continue reading Review: You Are The Girl For The Job

Vermont Bound: Adventures in Someone Else’s House Part 2

As refreshed and awake as I'm getting at 530 am, I stumble my way into the kitchen for some coffee. This really is a beautiful farmhouse. Built in 1868 so much of it has been lovingly updated to reflect country living in more modern times while keeping true to the quaint and homey feel every… Continue reading Vermont Bound: Adventures in Someone Else’s House Part 2