Hello ladies..I hope the week is dwindling down happily for everyone.. only one more until the weekend!! I'm here tonight because I've been reading this book for the past two days and I'm about to finish it and I wanted to come and share with you ladies.. The book is fiction and was written by Danielle Steele and I'm sure you ladies have all heard of her..excellent writer, love stories and affairs of the heart mostly.. The book I'm reading though is called Mixed Blessings and I just happen to pick this one up out of this old box of books I have laying in my storage closet and I'm so into it right now! The book is about marriage and having babies, and the hardships we can sometimes face when we go down that road..it is a must read for us ladies..it has brought me to tears but has also made me laugh so hard I cried.... "I feel like a racehorse in training"-from the book I recommend it ladies it will hit close to home xo
Let life be a journey of love Emily, Kody, Maxim xo
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