Today we say goodbye to February and Hello to March on Sunday. It's been a busy month with lots happening here. Thanks for being a part of my February- Lisa
Welcome to my Weekend Life. After a busy week with Mardi Gras today we are taking it easy aaaaaand celebrating another month is finish. Happy Birthday to you Leap year babies!!! It's your day to shine; On the Brunch Menu : Spinach and Mushroom Omelette Ingredients 1 egg3 egg whites1 tablespoon grated Parmesan cheese1 tablespoon [...]
In most homes and restaurant in Louisiana you will find No meat on the menu. In observant of Lent. But with the abundance of seafood this is also a blessing : So enjoy Friday Lent Special : Why do we not eat meat on Fridays?Abstaining From Flesh Meat is Considered a Form of Sacrifice to Honor Jesus [...]
WELCOME TO TRAFFIC JAM WEEKEND LINKY PARTY #223 Show us your old posts and more on Traffic Jam Weekend! Come on in to link up, share, and learn something with us. #trafficjamweekend The bloggers bringing this fabulous party to you: Kimberly: Being A Wordsmith | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram Evelyn: Eclectic [...]
Thursday Library Read : part of the Together We Read program
Borrow Lean on Me to join the United States book club, Together We Read, running February 19 – March 4. Check out our bonus materials:https://togetherweread.com/us/discussion
“The most empowering story line of a family tied together by the power of unconditional love.”
First in an emotional, poignant romantic women’s fiction series from acclaimed inspirational romance author Pat Simmons.
No one should have to go it alone…and God sends the right person for backup. Every caregiver needs a caregiver.
Tabitha Knicely is overwhelmed with caring for her beloved great-aunt, whose dementia is getting worse. Aunt Tweet may be losing her memory, yet she finds her way to Tabitha’s neighbor’s front porch. When Marcus Whittington accuses Tabitha of elder neglect, he doesn’t realize how his threats to have Aunt Tweet taken away add to Tabitha’s pain.
Then Marcus gets to know the exuberant elderly lady and sees up close how hard Tabitha…
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