GROUNDED By: Angela Correll Published:  October 1, 2013 Fiction Annie is a flight attendant who grew up on a tobacco farm in Kentucky, but now lives in New York City.  Annie was raised by her grandparents after her single mother died much too soon.  After Annie’s grandfather died, she focused more on her work and…

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STARRY NIGHT By: Debbie Macomber Published: October 8, 2013 Fiction Even though Christmas is over 2 months away, I always like having a Christmas novel ready to read over the holiday season. It helps put me in the spirit of the season and this year, Debbie Macomber’s newest book, STARRY NIGHT will be on my…

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Running isn’t about how far you go but how far you’ve come.   Bart Yasso, author/marathon trainer/runner My week 3 check in fits in perfectly with the above quote.  When I first got my treadmill and started running, I really could only run for 30 seconds at a time.  I can now run for for…

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A year ago I turned 40.  I struggled with the number.  I wasn’t ready to be 4-0. Almost suddenly it seemed like I had a lot of changes related to turning 40.  My hormones went berserk! The grey hairs seemed to appear overnight. Additional rolls around my middle appeared and were harder to remove.  My…

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WOMEN LIVING WELL Find Your Joy in God, Your Man, Your Kids, and Your Home By:  Courtney Joseph Published: October 1, 2013 I’ve been fortunate to be a reader of Courtney’s blog WOMEN LIVING WELL for quite some time.  She has given me support, encouragement, and advice all without knowing me or my circumstances.  When…

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