6 Books to add to your Reading List

Today is a National Book Lovers Day and I want to use it as an excuse to share my latest discoveries with you.  When you become a parent of a small child, sleep becomes a precious commodity.  And if you…
Why I read Historical Fiction

   My teenage years consisted of a steady diet of War and Peace by Tolstoy (school requirement), A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens(school requirement), Hunchback of Notre-Dame by Victor Hugo (for pleasure), The Three Musketeers (for extra pleasure) and The Thorn Birds by…
Thrive by Arianna Huffington

I should have written this review a month ago, but I was too busy weeping.  I picked this book up expecting informative and hopefully an entertaining read about how to be successful in America.  I was sure that Arianna Huffington,…
Ten Commandments of a Ferocious Reader

Every Monday I head over to maryanderingcreatively.com for Literacy Musing Mondays.  It’s a great place for book lovers.  If you like to read, you will discover something new and exciting to add to your reading list.  And if you have…
Daily Painting

  For most of my life I could neither paint, nor draw.  It didn’t bother me much until I started homeschooling my kids following Waldorf curriculum and my artistic ignorance started to get in the way of good education.  Oh…