Thursday, September 21, 2017

The Temptations - My Girl

Farewell, Brother-In-Law, Until We meet Again



I walk the path of sorrow, with fresh tears in my eyes,
And loss is here beside me every night.
Yet I know that your love endures, with resurrection life
And heaven is so close, your hope shines bright.

And so I bury deep within your Father hearted love,
I let you lead my gaze up to the sky.
I drink the fountain of the dawn to fill my troubled mind,
And watch the birds lift their wings to fly.

I do not walk this path alone but close to you each day.
And as I sleep I keep your hand in mine.
And trust that you can lead me through, each dark and lonely night
'Till heaven calls me home to love divine


  

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Husband uses chainsaw to free wife in labor, get her to hospital

A couple in suburban Atlanta will likely never forget Monday, the day they became parents of twins.
Wife Heather Yavaliollah went into labor inside their home, but couldn’t get out because a storm resulting from Hurricane Irma had knocked down a tree, blocking the door.
That’s when husband Mehrvarz Yavaliollah sprang into action.
He ran to a shed and grabbed a chainsaw that was stored under some outdoor furniture they had stored away.
Then he started cutting away at the tree.
“My wonderful neighbors saw me outside. They kind of knew the situation, so they started grabbing limbs as I was cutting them off and helped move them to the street. So very thankful to them,” Mehrvarz Yavaliollah said.
With a path cleared, the Yavaliollahs tried to head toward a hospital – but their truck wouldn’t start.
Eventually, Heather made it to Piedmont Hospital and delivered two healthy baby boys, Stuart and Solomon.
“Everything looked fine, and we were not expecting anything to happen,” Heather Yavaliollah said. “And then Irma came along and changed all of that.”
As for the boys, born a month before their due date: “Sweet little angels,” their mom said. “So Irma was no indication of their behavior.”
From FoxNews US

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Happy Birthday To Me At 67!!!

     Well, God has abled me to reach the age of 67. Thank you Lord!!! I have survived my grandparents, my parents and two sons, one who died at the age of five months from pneumococcal meningitis, and one who died at the age of 48 from hepatitis B and a husband who died of bone and lung cancer. I still have three grown daughters, seventeen grandchildren, twenty-four great grandchildren and one great grandbaby due next month. All in all I have been blessed. I passed my GED test and graduated in June with my children, grandchildren and great grandchildren yelling, "Go Grandma, Go Grandma." That's a day I will always remember. I start in college next week to earn a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education. That is a four-year course. Wish me luck!!!!

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

The One Year Of Healing by Dr. Reggie Anderaon



This is a very comforting and healing book. It's a daily appointment with God for Physical, Spiritual, and Emotional Wholeness.

It has the subject you need to connect to, the solution, verse from the bible and a prayer to go along with it. It is rich in inspiration.  It is well written, dates are clear and easy to read, the prayers are simple, but clear.

How many time have things happened in our lives and we didn't think that we would be able to get over it and we needed some healing or just some comforting words from a loved one. Well, here is the comfort that you need and can enjoy for endless days and nights.

I received a complimentary copy from Tyndale Blog Network for this review.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Catching Heat by Janice Cantore



Detective Abby Hart is trying to solve the murder of her parents and trying her best to find proof that will put away Alyssa Rollins, the woman that she believes to be behind their murders, which are called the Triple Seven murders. As Abby Hart continues to work her parent’s case, another case comes up. A cold case involving a teenaged girl in the hometown of Alyssa Rollins. She teams up with PI Luke Murphy and they set about find out what happened to this college student. Did Alyssa know her? Were they friends? While investigating the college student, Abby decides to do a little digging int the Triple Seven fire. As Abby digs, she uncovers secrets that have been hidden for years. Abby stumbles into an explosive situation and her partner fears that she might become obsessive and that might prove deadly. Join Abby Hart and PI Luke Murphy as they attempt to solve these cases. Abby Hart is a very interesting character. I have not read the other two books in this series, but I intend to. This book is action-packed and fast paced. Pick up a copy today. Good Reading!!!

I received a complimentary copy from Tyndale House Publishers for this review.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

A Woman of Strength and Purpose by Cynthia Tobias






Are you a strong willed woman, or a SWW? Well, if you are, this is the book for you. It answers a lot of questions you may have had about the way you react or the way you feel about things. Strong willed women are undeterred by people telling them it can’t be done. You have confidence and drive to improve friendships, parenting, ministries, careers, and marriages. Cynthia Tobias will show you strategies to achieve it. There is a questionnaire to test how strong your will is. Strong Willed Women, is this you?
Want to leave the world better than you found it.
Can’t just stand there-you have to do something.
Always ready for a challenge.
Never want to give up.
Sound familiar?
If it does, you should pick up a copy today. It is very enjoyable reading. It shows how your strong will fits in with GOD’s plan. Good Reading!!!

I received a complimentary copy from Blogging For Books for the review.

Back To School After Forty-Eight Years



My husband passed away June 26, 2016. It has left a void in my life. Seeing as how it came on the heels of my son's death, May 29, 2012, I'm at a loss as to what to do. So I decided to go back to school and get my GED, and possibly a Bachelor's Degree. I need something to keep me busy. All three of my children are grown and have their families. The grandchildren are all grown, all eighteen of them. The great grandchildren are at various ages, so some of them still may need my guidance a little more than the others. It's twenty-four of them, ranging from ages twenty to one years old. It has been forty-eight years since I have been in school, I wonder what has changed since I was last there. Is my brain still working or do I have to find it back in 1968? Well, we'll see.

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Spy of Richmond by Jocelyn Green



Thursday, March 3, 1859, Sophie Kent, daughter of Preston Kent is at a slave auction. She is taking notes for an article she is about to write. Among the slaves to be auctioned is a slave by the name of Daphne who is 32 and have been classed as a house servant. Sophie finds out that this slave has been bought as a maid for her mother. Dyring the auction, Sophie and her father have an argument that brings on a heart attack, while trying to comfort her father, he tells her how his family was killed by slaves. He tries to extract a promise from Sophie but all she said was, "I'll always be your girl." 
Oakwood Cemetery, Thursday, September 24, 1863, Sophie and Daphne were at the cemetery to bury her mother. Her father had gone to war and been taken prisoner. Sophie has been against slavery and now she learns that instead of Daphne being freed as her mother wanted, she is now Sophie's slave and she can't free her, a codicil in the will saying she can not sell or free her, she is hers for life. When Daphne becomes I'll, Sophie learns that Daphne has a twin sister named Bella. While Bella ministers to her sister with the life-saving quinine, she learns that Harrison Caldwell, whom she came to Richmond with, is now a prisoner at Libby Prison. During a visit with Elizabeth Van Lew at the Van Lew Kitchen House, Sophie is asked to be a spy. Losing her mother, her father in prison in the North, Daphne, her slave, who was her mother's slave but is now hers, even though she never wanted slaves, she has an underground railroad, she tries to feed the prisoners with what little she has, and she also on occasion gives parties for her neighbors. With all that she has on her plate, how can she handle being a spy? She is already under suspicion for her trips to the prison. How can she handle this situation? This is an all-consuming book. It makes you cry, causes outrage, and inspires compassion. Pick up a copy you won't be sorry. Good Reading!!!
I received a complimentary copy from MPnewsroom for this review.