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Sunday Selections # 226


Wednesday's Words on a Friday

well this is not good...

AngelBoy has just vomited up his dinner.

But at least he hopped off the couch and streaked into the bathroom before letting loose.

Perhaps he gobbled too fast.

Thursday Thoughts # 48

from Bones Never Lie by Kathy Reichs

"I had the window seat this time, watched as Costa Rica disappeared beneath us.
When I could stand the silence no longer, "wonder what the weather's like in Charlotte"
" Continued dark overnight, widely scattered light by morning.'"

from a Harry Dresden novel by Jim Butcher

(Harry-rescuing a runaway child)

(child)"I see all these Disney shows about how much parents love their kids. How there's some sort of magical bond of love. But it's a lie." She laid her head on my shoulder and I could feel the exhaustion in her body as she sagged against me. "There's no magic."

(Harry)I fell silent for several paces as I carried her. It was hard to hear that from a kid. A ten-year-old girl's world should be full of music and giggling and notes and dolls and dreams- not harsh, barren, jaded reality. If there was no light in the heart of a child, a little girl like this, then what hope did any of us ha…

Whimsical Wednesday # 177

Welcome back to Whimsical Wednesday!

The day for your googled giggle that gets you over the hump that is Wednesday and sliding down into the weekend.

I do like a nice hot bath......

Musical Monday # 61

Hard to believe I've been doing this for over a year already!

Sunday Selections # 225