Home is Where the Love Is

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Author Archive: Home is Where the Love Is

May 1, 1969

The world needs more people like Mr. Rogers.

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Some library humor…

If you’ve ever worked in a library before, you know how true this is! We can’t forget the pages – they’re important too!

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A Change in the Game

I work most evenings, so for months, my sister would make dinner for the family. Well, my sister got a job (yay!) and started working 9-5 last week…which means making dinner is up to me again! I love cooking, so I don’t mind that the responsibility has fallen on me, and fortunately for me, my …

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Shattered Review

Action, adventure, and romance are woven together beautifully in this second book in the Alaskan Courage series. Follow Piper McKenna and Landon Grainger as they travel to Canada, searching for answers in the case of a high profile murder. The lead suspect is Reef McKenna, and it seems only Piper believes in her brother’s innocence. …

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Wishing on Willows Review

Katie Ganshert‘s Wishing on Willows, the story following Wildflowers from Winter, is beautifully blended with themes of preserving the past, looking to the future, and the healing only God can provide. Robin Price deals with trying to move on with her life, while still holding on to the memory of her late husband – not …

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Wishing on Willows

Wishing on Willows by Katie Ganshert came in the mail today! This is the second time I’ve had the privilege of being an influencer, and I am thrilled! I read Katie Ganshert’s first book, Wildflowers From Winter and loved it. When she posted on her blog asking for influencers for Wishing on Willows, I jumped …

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What-a-Great-Website Wednesday! Week 18

Ever wanted to make a difference, but didn’t have the time? Maybe you don’t know where to volunteer, or what you have to offer others. If so, this week’s website is right up your alley. ShopWithMeaning.org is a website committed to companies that support worthy causes such as fighting poverty, hunger relief, human trafficking, and …

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It’s here!

Shattered came in the mail today! I can’t wait to read it again! It’s on order at the library, so make sure you check it out! Congratulations to Dani! She’s done an excellent job!

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2012 In Review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The new Boeing 787 Dreamliner can carry about 250 passengers. This blog was viewed about 1,500 times in 2012. If it were a Dreamliner, it would take about 6 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see …

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What-a-Great-Website Wednesday! Week 17!

This week’s website is geared toward children – or the young at heart! As Christmas nears, we love to listen to Christmas music, decorate, watch Christmas movies, and play Christmas games! This site is one that I’ve visited in the past and still enjoy this time of year. It’s NorthPole.com! There are pages on Northpole.com …

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