The candles are beautiful, listener. Are those decorations on your hand-dipped candles?I sent you my quilt picture. Or rather, son #2 did. Hope it comes through okay.
Beautiful beautiful candles, listener!
So glad you're feeling better, Listener♥
Alan, there are soooooooooooooo o many books to read. I don't know how anyone can ever be bored.In print on my SARA reading machine I'm struggling through Imago Dei Psychotherapy: A Catholic Conceptualization. It's mostly tedious rather than difficult. On the other hand, on Audible on my iPad I'm listening, again, to Dark Moon Defender, a Fantasy/Romance novel, third volume in Sharron Shinn's series The Twelve Houses. The books aren't that well written, the world building leaves a great deal to be desired, there are continuity problems; but, the characters are engaging and the character development's pretty good. This third volume is my favorite - I've read it more often than the others. What can I say? Sometimes one needs a silly, fluffy read.
Gee--I took a look at the Imago Dei website, and it sure looks deep--but I expect that much of that is because I don't speak the language. Dark Moon--I seem to recall that phrase being used somewhere...music maybe? A book? Seems to be a werewolf movie....probably thinking of the song Dark Moon Circle, by Avalon Rising.--AlanP.S.: Tax returns all ready to mail on Monday; came out very well this year. Now back to some other things...
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