Tag Archives: Forgiveness

A Good Year

Looking back is so easy isn’t it? We definitely have the internal filters to see what is great about a previous year or what is not so great about a previous year. We humans love to organize and categorize events … Continue reading

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My Queen

Several years ago, a crazy friend and I flew to Oxford, England and joined another, almost as crazy, friend for a week-filled adventure full of laughs, walking, freezing, and more walking. We saw the fabulous Blenheim Palace and ate at … Continue reading

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Orphan Train

Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline Kline (Bird in Hand, 2010) explores the relationship between two women, decades apart, but both reeling from being trapped in similar circumstances. Orphan Train is narrated by the two main characters – Ninety-one-year-old Vivian … Continue reading

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Family Pictures

Family Pictures by Jane Green   Betrayal, hope and forgiveness create a trilogy of emotional issues that Green (The Beach House, 2008, etc.) explores in her latest work. Sylvie and Maggie are located on opposite sides of America. They are … Continue reading

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