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I think this is a flower from a thistle. The snapshot was taken by my brother in law who lives in Montana. It is pretty in an unusual way! I am so ready for spring!!
Yesterday I finished reading The Twelfth Child by Bette Lee Crosby. It was on my kindle so that is another one down on my 2013 Ebook Challenge sponsored by Workaday Reads.
The story is about Abigail Anne Lannigan who is the 12th child of her father William Lannigan. Even though she is a twin, she is a girl child and therefore not important in her father's eyes. She is an independent child, and her mother encourages her. A favorite teacher insists she and her brother continue to attend school after their mother's death, even though her father thinks that at eleven she should be home in the kitchen, cooking and cleaning. When he wants to marry her off at age 16 to the son of a wealthy farmer nearby, Abigail Anne runs away. This is a story of love, love lost, and unconditional friendship. Bette Lee Crosby creates characters that you wish you had known. Characters that you can understand and either love or hate as the case may be.
My husband and I started listening to an audio book last Friday the 22nd, on our way to a weekend visit to our daughter, her husband and our granddaughters. It was a 14 hour audio, so we did not finish it while in the car. We listened to the remaining discs on Wed night, Thursday night and last night we finished it. True Blue by David Baldacci is entertaining and fast paced.
D.C. police officer Mason "Mace" Perry is finally from her two years in prison after she was kidnapped and framed for a crime. Now she is determined to become a cop once again. Despite her sister being the chief of police Mace has to be careful, a U.S. attorney is searching for a reason to send her back to prison.
There is lots of intrigue, mystery and even a little heat in this exciting story. Strong likable women who manage to 'get the job done'.
Until next time,
Stay Busy and Stay Happy