Isn’t it funny how men show love? My husband listened to me for ten minutes this morning talk about how happy I was that for some reason we are getting the Hallmark Mystery Channel and I noticed they are airing Murder She Wrote old programs in the evenings. I used to watch these with my […]
This year’s vacation consisted of a lot of hiking and shallow breathing. I blamed the altitude, but it may have been undiagnosed asthma! Regardless, I pushed on after several breaks. Yosemite was inspiring and the Sequoia’s did not disappoint with dreaming of seeing them since I was a child. My grandfather when I was younger lived in California and he would drive across the country to the Midwest every year to visit us. On those visits he would bring his old cameras and projectors and show us videos of the coast on our living room wall. As boring as that was to a nine year old, it placed a desire to see the giants of all trees. Standing below the towering reddish-brown pillars and feeling the fibrous bark made me feel inconsequential and important at the same time. God is amazing and shows Himself in all His creation. If you have not seen the Sequoia National Park, please go out west and walk among these living giants.
What does one girl, one undercover prince, and a football-team have in common?
A Queen determined to keep us separated.
When the teacher’s pet, A.K.A. school jock offers to help me in algebra, things get tense.
Just when I think my summer is gearing towards the worst possible path, Mica swoops in with his quick motorcycle, superior athletic ability, his family’s massive horse ranch, and superb math skills saving the day.
No one could be this perfect and I’m positive he’s keeping a secret.
He’s got a hot motorcycle and math skills to boot, but the numbers don’t add up.
Will I uncover something sinister or enchanting?
Or will it end in regretful revenge that seems to come easily for a Cracked Daisy like myself?