Hello Annie - Thank you for your warm welcome. So glad to hear from a fellow reader. I just finished Jacqueline Winspear's new book, THE MAPPING OF LOVE AND DEATH: A Maisie Dobbs Novel. I enjoy the way she develops characters as well as the historical context of Post-WWI England. I'm in the middle of, HOME TONIGHT, by Henri J.M. Nouwen --A beautiful reflection on the Parable of the Prodigal Son. I, too, enjoy Dicken's and now that you mention it - perhaps it's time to revisit my favorites. The last one I read was Little Dorritt.
Well, my "kitchen garden" is now in containers. What I thought were pole beans turned out to be bush variety after all, but they taste wonderful so that's all that matters. The rest is flowers which I inherited when I moved into this place a few years a go. I'm not sure about the green thumb part, but we are learning how to nurture each other.
Again, thanks for writing. I'd enjoy hearing back from you. CJ
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