The *gulp* Resolutions Post

Seriously. What is it about New Year’s that makes people overthrow habit and desire to turn a 180 and make dramatic changes to their lives? I’ve tried, but that darned word, habit, really gets in the way. I’m not one for total makeovers anyway.

So I’ve discovered the trick to keeping New Year’s Resolutions is to make ones that I know I can achieve. I’m not saying, count to 10 each day when I know I can already count to 100. But I’m not throwing in things like open a bakery or take a trip to Italy… not yet, … read the rest. . .

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Color Me Colorful

The following were individual pages under my “About Me” tab on my homepage. I’ve decided to streamline my pages to be focused on the Four F’s: Faith, Family, Food, and Fun.

And while I had fun brainstorming about all the colors in my life, it didn’t really seem to merit their own pages. So here they are instead as today’s post. Hope they inspire you to see the colors in your world!

Colors have always been more than just aesthetic for me; I relate colors to experiences, moods, environments, people; pretty much every aspect of life.

Each color makes its read the rest. . .

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Mojo Book Review: “The Horse and His Boy” by C.S. Lewis

Started: December 28, 2011
Finished: December 28, 2011

What I loved best: This story truly did center on a Horse named Bree, and the boy, Shasta. I loved the way Lewis took a common animal and gave it voice, not only in being a Talking Animal, but in performance, character, behavior… if it had been a Dumb Animal, his portrayal would still have kept me reading.

I also thoroughly enjoyed the few Cats in the book, in particular of course, The Lion. The other cats, and the several lions throughout the book, were quite different than reading about horses, but … read the rest. . .

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