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Smiled on by Fate

Smiled on by Fate

For the first time ever, I’ve watched every night of a political convention and not just the last hour, but the last 3+ hours. I didn’t intend to do that, it just sort of happened. I have a lot of … Read More of this Think

9th Bike Ride for Amy

Bike Ride for Amy

Once again I’m helping to organize and support the Bike Ride for Amy.  This bike ride raises money for The Amy Foundation, a local foundation that supports area hospitals in providing mammograms to uninsured and underinsured women, as well as … Read More of this Think

Burial Rites

Burial-Rites

Burial Rites, by Hannah Kent, was our May book club selection. Based on the true story of Agnes, convicted of murder in Iceland in the 1820s and sent to live out her last days (nee months) on a farm in … Read More of this Think

A Bitter Truth

A Bitter Truth

So after finishing the second book in the Bess Crawford series, An Impartial Witness, I went over to my library’s website to put the third book, A Bitter Truth, on hold so I’d have it to read in a few … Read More of this Think

An Impartial Witness

An Impartial Witness

An Impartial Witness is the second in the Bess Crawford Mysteries written by Charles Todd. In it we rejoin Bess as she’s escorting wounded soldiers home where she witnesses an exchange in a train station that sends her chasing down … Read More of this Think

Isaac’s Storm

Isaac's Storm

Storms have always fascinated me. Some, like tornadoes or the thunderstorms we had in Missouri, scare the beejeezus out of me. Others, like snow storms and summer showers on the east coast, I find comforting. So it was with a … Read More of this Think

A Duty to the Dead

A Duty to the Dead

A friend recommended A Duty to the Dead by Charles Todd as the first in the Bess Crawford mysteries. Bess is an English Nurse whom we meet as she’s on hospital ship during World War I. She makes a promise … Read More of this Think


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