Month: April 2017

RECIPE: Eggy Sauce

RECIPE: Eggy Sauce

So, a staple for me growing up is something called Eggy Sauce.  Now work with me a minute as it only got that name about 7ish years ago.  I always just said scrambled eggs with sausage and sometimes cheese.  Nope, not good enough for the Munchkin.  Perhaps because he couldn’t say it?  Who knows now but at the ripe old age of 2ish he named that particular treat Eggy Sauce and the rest is history.  Seriously, everyone even remotely connected to me that I know about calls it that! Since today is all about the Eggy Sauce it only seems right that we have a guest contributor.  If you know me in real life then you’ve known him his whole life.  I first introduced him on the blog back in 2012 when he was an obnoxious 4 year old. (See original post here) Now he’s closing in on 9 and […]

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BOOK REVIEW: The Amish Widower by Virginia Smith

BOOK REVIEW: The Amish Widower by Virginia Smith

Is It Time for This Widower to Give Love One More Chance?After the devastating loss of his second wife, Seth Hostetler believes a lasting love is beyond all hope. A year has passed, and his mamm and sister are determined to see him happily married once again. But how can he open his heart to another woman when their relationship could end in tragedy?On an outing with his family, Seth comes across an Amish potter hard at work and decides to try his hand at the trade. He quickly takes to this creative outlet, pouring his long-buried emotions into each utensil he shapes. Unfortunately, the fancy nature of his art draws the disapproval of his district’s leadership.His work also puts him in the path of Leah, an Englisch woman employed by the Amish to sell their wares to tourists. Despite her aloofness, there’s something about her that speaks to his […]

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BOOK REVIEW: Thorns of Rosewood by G.M. Barlean

BOOK REVIEW: Thorns of Rosewood by G.M. Barlean

Gloria Larson is happy to take a job as editor of a weekly newspaper in the small town of Rosewood, Nebraska, even though her parents don’t like the idea one bit. The town holds a secret—her birth mother’s identity. Gloria’s parents worry she won’t like what she finds, but once Gloria starts unraveling the story, she can’t be dissuaded. Gloria is armed with three pieces of knowledge about the woman who gave her up for adoption. 1) The woman was in her forties. 2) She lived in Rosewood. 3) She was accused of murder in 1974. No wonder Gloria’s parents don’t want her to dig into her past. How many women in Rosewood in 1974 could have been accused of murder? Only four, it turns out. Articles in the newspaper archives show a picture of four women dubbed The Thorns of Rosewood. The women were suspects in the disappearance of […]

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BOOK REVIEW: Sanders’ Starfish by Tara C Allred

BOOK REVIEW: Sanders’ Starfish by Tara C Allred

Dr. John Sanders is about to begin his career as a clinical psychologist. Full of optimism, he believes he can make a difference and is eager to provide hope to a group the world has deemed hopeless. Yet in John’s quest to offer those in his care a second chance, he embarks on his own journey of self-discovery. In his search, clear answers become scrambled confusion while the unimaginable truth is trapped in a complex web.  Have you ever sat down to write a review but you really don’t know how to get started?  OK, well yeah like every single review I write.  This time it’s more a I liked this book, but…There are some things that didn’t work for me.  Before I start my usual picking lets talk about the story.  John Sanders is young, idealistic, following something he chose as a passion while still just a child and […]

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