Thursday, April 14, 2011

it's too quiet

on here. i feel like i'm talking to myself. someone list favorite books please and someone who has gone through the adult child gone mad thing please post survival tips!


Pamela said...

I can't help you with the mad adult child thing, but books I can do!

Max on Life: Max Ludado
Putting away Childish Things: M. Borg (novel)
Walking on Eggshells: Jane Isay
(adult children)
Rustic Fruit Desserts: Julie Richardson
Orgaized Simplicity: Tsh Oxenreider
The Natural Home: Tricia Foley

So many little town. I wish I lived next door to you. I'd be standing at your door with a stack for you to read.

Prayed God would bless your heart.

kayder1996 said...

Have a plan to share books-just can't seem to find a quiet moment to do it in.

Lisa said...

Favorite kid books? Mine always has been The Monster at the End of This Book... and now they have an awesome iPad app of the book for a whole new generation! :)

Felicia said...

I just need two more weeks and I will hopefully be back to a sane level of attentiveness.

Kathy C. said...

Thank you for responding : ) Beginning to feel alone.

Hevel said...

Don't worry, comments will come. On average I get one comment for every ten I leave, and usually not from the people I leave the most comments for.

Some more fave books: (I'm not sure what I listed last time.) Glenn Cooper's Secret of the Seventh Son, Herman Wouk's This is My G-d, Yaffa Eliach's Hasidic Tales of the Holocaust, which we are working on for Yom HaShoah, the collected stories and novels of Sherlock Holmes (I love all thing Holmes), Orson Scott Card's Stone Tablets.