What will you dream when you grow up?

What will you dream when you grow up? Dreamer is an important label right now. It always has been, or at least it should be, especially when referring to children. Artist, ballerina, astronaut, professional athlete, teacher, nurse, policeman. Somewhere along the...

A Man Called Ove Book Review

A Man Called Ove Book Review Have you known any crochety old people–perhaps parents, grandparents, or neighbors–who demand perfection of everyone but lack the grace to overlook their own short-comings? Have you known men or women who who dislike everyone...

8 Rules for a Great Book Club

8 Rules for a Great Book Club It’s been over four years since I started my book club, and may I say that it has been a raving success? We meet again tonight, and I am giddy with excitement. My son wanted to move into his new place today, and I put him off until...

The Myth of Equality

The Myth of Equality I read this book in a few days, and books about race are not my normal fare. I have rarely been so impressed by a book that deals with race and inequality, and I’ve never read anything that addressed the issue of white supremacy in a non-Neo-Nazi...

Till We Have Faces

Till We Have Faces Or in this case, Till We Have Facials. Yes, my book club discussed the book Till We Have Faces under facial masks. (They would not let me post a picture of us!) No surprise: while tight and awkward, the masks restricted movement but not our ability...

Parenting Quotes from Books You Should Read

There’s a million parenting books on the market. Actually, according to Amazon, there are over 228,000 parenting books. But I’m pretty sure a lot of them say the same thing, and most of them are probably at best cliche, and at worst, garbage. Obviously, I haven’t read...

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