I picked up Bettyville, by George Hodgman expecting an interesting story of a son and a mother. Being that I have 4 sons myself, the story of their relationship was a draw and plus I just love stories about women of a certain age (in this case 90+). Let me just say, it did not disappoint.
Christmas marks the beginning of the beautiful history of Jesus Christ. I love the Gospel and all the faith and love that goes along with it. This time of year it is easy to get caught up in the lights, the trees, the presents, and the parties.
You may have wondered to yourself, “Paula, why no movie reviews lately?” The truth is, there haven’t been any interesting movies out lately. At least none that interested me. Until now.
I just finished a really great book – My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry by Fredrik Backman. 🙂 I just love diving into a story that I know nothing about, with zero expectations and being so pleasantly surprised!
When raising warriors there are always questions. Questions of morality, of ethics, of beliefs, of choices – this list goes on and on. Why this? Why that? What should I do? And my response is, “Stand up for what you KNOW to be true.”
I have a confession to make. I’ve put off writing this book review of A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving because I am confused about what I want to write. I have many mixed emotions about the book as a whole. About the individual characters. About the ideas of Faith, Church, and Religion that are portrayed… Read More