Month: May 2015
Happy Mother’s Day
My sister called me this morning, but I was in the middle of something and she had to run to the store. When she called me back, she asked what I was doing.
When I spoke with her earlier, I was sitting in that chair over there.
When she called back, I am sitting in this chair over here.
I was happy to inform her that in a few minutes, I was going in the other room to take a seat in my chair in there.
Yep. Happy Mother’s Day. The one day of the year when I can officially say leave me the hell alone.
What I am reading….
Façade: Unveiling the Masquerade by Kahele, J.
This is the book blurb from Amazon.
When Liam Sheldon is summoned to Chicago, to testify for the prosecution against Kate, and is again reunited with Ally, he realizes he can no longer hold back his feelings for her and his want to be with her, takes over his complete existence.
He reveals to Ally that he has made a terrible mistake, leaving her, that he loves her and asks her to take him back. But Ally is reluctant, afraid he will break her heart again.
Check out an excerpt from the story.
Gazing out into the distance, Ally watched as the sun blinked through the trees, lighting up the hilltops, the scenery like a picturesque postcard. It was an unusually warm day for mid-May in Chicago, a sweltering 88 degrees. Staring down at the brook, Ally exhaled as she thought about Liam.
She wondered if he thought of her as she thought of him. She found it disheartening that someone could be such an important part of her life and then just disappear without a trace. She attempted to convince herself he was just a façade of her heart, an illusion of her soul, but that was not true, not true at all. Maybe in his heart what they had was a masquerade, but in hers it was special, true love, one that could never be replaced. I will always love him!
I will post my review next week.
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