This month’s top 3: Spare Episode Thirteen A History Of Fear And a special shout-out to The Groomer for being one of the most disturbing books I have ever read.January Reads — Just Jenn
I am blogging on dates that are numbers divided by 3s, my favorite number.
It’s to keep a blogging schedule so when my second book gets done, I will put it on here regularly. I’m thinking of putting it on here to read because a few enjoy, and I don’t think others do and that is fine maybe they will start to like it and maybe I will become a better writer. Plus, I don’t write Big Books, just short ones. Kind of like a classroom. 🙂
It sucks that my stroke took my imagination. I have been trying to read more to get it back that’s why I don’t always remember names those are way out in left field to me.
The mind is a mystery.
i like this. pretty.
My daughter has wrote a book, coming out in March. So excited for her. She always wrote stories as a kid. I wish her all the luck that I didn’t have because I waited for so long to fill my dream. A procrastinator that I am but I did have fun.
First friends and school friends mold a person. They are the people you grow with and talk to when you can’t talk to an adult. They make you laugh and sometimes cry but they are there for you. And if you are lucky, they stay lifelong friends. We are lucky these days to have social media to stay in touch and even embarrass them. lol
Friends in grade school, jr. high, and high school. We had about 10 of us girls that hung together, not always close but branched off in pairs. Fun times, fighting times, when do girls not fight. lol
In high school we went in different directions but new each girl was there if you needed her. I’m glad for digital now at least pics look better. lol
The good thing of a small-town small class sizes so we knew everyone. Most of the time we got along with everyone. Our class was 50. Students moved away and sometimes we got new ones. Thanks to all my childhood friends, great memories.