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I Heard That Song Before
Years ago, on one of our first trips to Ocean City, New Jersey, I discovered my first Mary Higgins Clark book. Now, we add to our collection of her books each year. A few weeks ago, the kids and I were visited 2nd & Charles, and Ashley and I picked up a few more Mary Higgins Clark books that we had not read. I didn’t pick one of them up right away because I knew exactly what would happen if I did . . .
It was true. I couldn’t put the book down!
If you’ve not read any books by Mary Higgins Clark, I’d highly recommend them. All of them! We haven’t read one that we didn’t love.
Here’s Mary talking about the premise behind this book:
These High Green Hills & Out to Canaan
I’ve shared previously about how one of my goals for this year is to read through the Mitford series by Jan Karon again. I’ve completed the third book – These High Green Hills – and am working on book 4 – Out to Canaan now.
This entire series of books is worth reading – again and again and again!
Around the Web
As a blogger who often wonders why people don’t click through and read my blog posts, this post over at Mindful Still really struck a chord with me. It’s so easy to take a moment and read your friend’s blog posts. Do it!
Yes, this is my daughter Ashley’s blog. But, I’m her mom and I’m allowed to brag about her, right? Besides, she’s wise beyond her years and has so much good advice for teenage girls. Please, read her blog, then share it with your daughters.
As someone who felt pushed into college – and then only finished one year – this post rang very true for me. College isn’t for everyone.
OK, not really a “read,” per se, but this is a great printable if you’re a homeschooler planning to attend a convention this Spring. One thing that I’ve always encouraged when attending conventions is to MAKE A LIST; and what better way than to have color-coded lists per child? Seriously! This downloadable list, created by my friend Jolanthe, is awesome and FREE!
What are YOU reading? Please let me know in the comments.