This book is collection of poems, quatrains which contains mostly things, those take place around us daily which needs attention to be paid and action to be taken, to make things little better and life a bit peaceful before it gets too late. To make things better it is a small try, but all together it can make a great change, which is today’s demand.
While working a part-time job, Linda McGraw has done this writing in hope of giving comfort and peace to those about to face death. It is also for those with a question about whether or not angels and the Trinity truly exists. She has wanted to share some of her stories with others of what she has been shown in her life. By writing this book in journal form she wanted you to follow along in her life and experience what happened and when they occurred. Were they intended for a learning experience to prepare her for a future vision? They say God only gives you what he knows you can handle. Is she still being prepared for something more?
The author shares his mother's story and the lessons he learned from her transition through the different stages of dementia. By reflecting on his mother's life and legacy from a Christian perspective, the author uses her story to illustrate the different stages of dementia and the challenges he faced as a caregiver. With goal of promoting awareness, the author discusses some of the new discoveries regarding the causes and the risk factors associated with dementia and Alzheimer's. He includes some helpful resource information; and he also addresses some of the signs and symptoms of dementia and concludes that diet, exercise, and other lifestyle changes can prevent or slow the progression of dementia, especially in the areas of early detection and treatment.
Do you love me? She asked. Yes, he said, I love you as much as the rainbow. Why the rainbow, she asked, with her brows raised? “It’s because our love is as lovely as a rainbow,” he replied, smiling. “How?” she asked, laughing. He was enjoying this and continued smiling. He replied - it’s because our love is as colourful and bright as a rainbow. It’s so beautiful that it’s on display for all to see. Caught in between a joyful laugh she asked again – how much do you love me? I love you as far as the other end of the rainbow ends, he said still with a smile on his face. ~ Bonnie Baabu
THE TENTH CLIFFEHAVEN NOVEL BY SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR ELLIE DEAN ‘I’m not working on a factory floor or digging for victory, but in my own small way I do what I can for those I love.’ It’s 1943 and Peggy Reilly is at her best when the troubles of war come knocking at the door of Beach View Boarding House – especially when it concerns her younger sister, Doreen. Doreen is divorced from Eddie, but his letters have taken on a more threatening tone of late. When Doreen barely survives a traumatic disaster whilst on leave in London, she returns home to Peggy and Cliffehaven in the hope that the love and comfort she will find there can help her recover. However, Eddie continues to be an unsettling reminder of her past - and Doreen’s life is about to change dramatically. A fabulous, heart-warming Second World War novel in Ellie Dean's bestselling Cliffehaven series (previously called the Beach View Boarding House series).
Ten years ... The ten years he had promised could not be fulfilled. Thinking back to the love she once had, it was like a beautiful dream. All the sweetness from the past had turned into glass fragments that pierced her heart. Now, all Jiang Lingyue could feel was numbed pain and a bone-piercing coldness.
Europe always was so sweet memories in my mind. It seemed like dreams of Cinderella. “A special flight” helped me to visit Stockholm, Umea, Roneby, Malmo…in Sweden, visit Denmark, the homeland of Andersen’s stories, Carlsberg beer and Jysk horses. By Viking Line, a very interesting cruise, I came Helsinki, listened a piece of music “Moscow afternoon” on a street in the capital of Finland and remembered “Past time Russia”. “Vatican and Italy, ancient and romatic”, “France of Victor Hugo”, “Switzerland, Belgium and funny stories”, “From Amsterdam to Frankfurt”…were my stories of other travels in Europe. They were great impressions with sweet feelings. Also, stories of Switzer, Belgian, Netherlander were very interesting lessons. Ten years were the duration of two times to visit Franfurt, it was a marked difference between the past and the current life in this city. Ten years was long time, but more twenty years, “The mother in Kharkiv” was staying my mind… This book was a collection of my impression, feeling, experience and so sweet memories in Europe with wishes to peace in the earth, finish bombs, children have many foods, nobody is poverty-stricken, everybody can travel. Every story was every interest. Please read and feel…
Whether your taste was for fiddlestix or Flavour Ravers, Trigger bars or Two and Twos, Marathons or macaroons, Peggy's Legs or Push Pops, Liquorice Allsorts or Little Devils, You'll Ruin Your Dinner has something for you. From the heyday of Cleeve's toffee to the birth of the Tayto Cheese & Onion crisp, it transports us back to the days when sweet shop windows across the country boasted tempting confectionery displays, when summer was heralded with a visit from the ice-cream cart, and when Grafton Street was the sweet shop capital of Ireland. And then there was the golden age of Irish-made sweets, when the entire nation downed tools to listen to Fry-Cadbury's soap The Kennedys of Castleross and Gay Byrne cut his teeth on The Urney Programme. The next three decades brought enduring favourites along with fleeting fads, but the craving for a sugar-rush remained steadfast for generations of Irish kids to come. These mouth-watering memories are captured here across the decades in an assortment that will keep you dipping back in for more - and it won't ruin your dinner.
Sarah Brown was born April 19, 1864 to Daniel Brown and Sarah Jane Wolf. Known as Sellie, she taught school in Milford, Indiana, where she married Harvey DeBra in 1883. They had four children: Blanche, Paul, Arthur, and Eugene. They lived in Iowa and Indiana.
From the author: I hope 100 years from now somebody finds this book and gets a glimpse of the faces and the places that were dear to me. That's what I want to leave behind ... a glimpse of life here. I'll send forward a hug and a hope that those future people are happy and love what I left behind for them--Sweet Memories.Sweet Memories includes poems, memories, and photos related to several Champlain Valley communities, including Crown Point, Moriah, Port Henry, and Mineville. The photos range from the very early days in the area to the recent 1950s.