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Travel Part 4: California & Paying Off Debt

On our way to California, we wound up hitting a post that was in the ground all camouflaged like the snow it was set in. At night. At a place that we did not end up staying for various reasons. Adelaide was injured for a bit, but thankfully she got fixed during our time in California. The RV park we stayed at until we had to take Adelaide into the […]

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Travel Part 3: Nevada & Slowing Down A Little

When we got to Nevada, we stayed at a National Park and paid a little more to get a beautiful view because this was our very first stop with our very first RV. We stayed through Christmas and into the New Year. We checked out The Hoover Dam, Las Vegas-both the strip and Fremont Street, and got to see the Big Horn Sheep of Nevada which I was particularly excited […]

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Travel Part 2: New Mexico to Arizona & Getting Our First RV.

Once we left Colorado, we went through and stopped in New Mexico before making our way into Arizona. Again we stayed at an extended stay hotel. We wound up staying in Arizona where we were for about a month and a half or so. We were getting very tired of moving all of our stuff constantly and decided to try to find ourselves an RV. We used a lot of […]

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Travel Part 1: Getting out of Illinois & Exploring Colorado.

When hubby and I left our Illinois life in late October of 2019, we had a sort of plan laid out that we wanted to stick with. We wanted to go West. We prepared a loose idea of where we wanted to go and for how long in a spreadsheet. We set out in our car packing literally every single thing we owned save for a painting and a few […]

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The New Testament

To complete my read the New Testament in 2020, I wound up going ahead a little bit at the end of 2019 and reading Matthew. So, technically, I read 26 of the 27 books of the New Testament in 2020 and not all 27. You can read my thoughts on my reading of the Old Testament in 2019 HERE. I was surprised by how quickly it flew by though. I […]

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“The King of Crows” by: Libba Bray

It is finally here! As of February 4th, this beauty was released officially into the world. This is probably the most difficult to rate book I have EVER come across. Man oh man is it difficult to do this without spoilers, but I am a professional so I will do my absolute best to reign it all in. The Diviners series has been THE most influential book series for me […]

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“Break Your Glass Slippers” by: Amanda Lovelace

I inhaled this in one sitting. This tends to happen when I read work by Lovelace. I related to so much of what she says. I found different lines we are all familiar with twisted and turned creatively. I found song lyrics expanded to fit the theme. I found myself nodding along at aspects presented concerning my first ever relationship as well as inspiration for my career now. Wow. Incredible. […]

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“The Girl from Widow Hills” by: Megan Miranda

This was even more twisty than her previous work which I adored when I reviewed it last year! (See The Last House Guest review here) Her writing and way of crafting a story just keeps getting better and better! The threads that all wound and the questions being raised while getting answers and the speculations…oh man. What a wild ride!!!! I didn’t guess until a page or two before the […]

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“Convenience Store Woman” by: Sayaka Murata

I loved every single thing about this book! I listened to it on audio and the narrator did SUCH a great job performing this! It was intriguing to read from the perspective of a person not quite knowing how to be a human, that she felt very outcast for not conforming to social norms and not thinking the way that most other people do! I could relate to her for […]

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Winter Magical Readathon Wrap-Up

What a wonderful way to end the year-with one last readathon. Since I was able to hit my 2019 reading goal of 150 books, the books I read for this readathon were “bonus” reads that I didn’t really count into my 2019 reading stats. The reason? Cause I damn well didn’t feel like it that’s why. Which is as good a reason as any if you ask me. Anywho, I […]

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