Category Archives: Great reads

Backseat barking

I just dropped off my youngest daughter and her friend at gymnastics. Alone in the car, I exhaled, mentally running down the list of chores waiting for me at home. I was nearing the entrance to my neighborhood when a … Continue reading

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Badder and badder

Okay, so today is not Grammar 101. But stick with me – I’ve got a point. My youngest daughter, age 5, was watching a show recently. I walked into the living room to find her perched on the edge of … Continue reading

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Life imitating art

I just finished reading Karen Kingsbury’s latest novel, Coming Home. Without giving too much away, there’s a scene in the book in which the driver of an 18-wheeler falls asleep at the wheel and causes a wreck. I experienced a … Continue reading

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Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice, the movie version with Keira Knightley and Clive Owen, was on television night before last. I love that show. I also love the 6-hour version with Jennifer Ehle and Colin Firth. The look between Mr. Darcy and … Continue reading

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