Have a Peaceful Morning

Hello Monday! This week is my last week in D.C. before I head home to be with family and I am very excited. If you know who Max Lucado is and you know me you are wondering what in the world, but my dad gave […]

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In A Reading Slump

Hey Y’all! I hope you all enjoyed eating, talking and spending time with family and friends last week. I know I ate too much but also stayed pretty active thanks to my parents and training schedule.  Speaking of training, I am almost halfway to my […]

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Let’s Get Spooky

In my opinion, October means all spooky all the time so I thought I would share a few traditions that I have kept up over the past couple of years! First off, you cannot make it through the month without thinking of witches or seeing […]

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A Few Book Reviews

The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo This book is a must must read. It is right out of a true life romance that always just missed the mark. Lucy struggles with the “one that got away” when he keeps coming back into her life […]

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The Missing Ones by Patricia Gibney

We are half way there y’all and this book helped my week move faster with the gripping tale of a small town, numerous murders and secrets hidden the walls of an old town building.  Patricia Gibney’s debut novel has a little bit of it all. […]

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We Were the Lucky Ones by Georgia Hunter

I have never been so moved by a book as I was reading this harrowing story of one families fight to stay alive.  I will admit it took two weeks to get through the book simply because at times I would have to set it […]

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The Widow by Fiona Barton

Hello everyone! I hope you enjoyed the holiday weekend. I feel like I am still in holiday state of mind even though I am very much back at work and waking up early. This past week I read The Widow by Fiona Barton and it […]

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Beneath a Scarlet Sky: A Novel

There are some stories that impact your life more than others.  Some stories that leave you in awe of the world. Some stories that break your heart. Then there are stories that leave you feeling all of these feelings and more, Mark Sullivan’s Beneath a […]

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