Return to Harmony by Janette Oke and T. Davis Nunn
SPOLIER ALERT: the girls remain friends
Honestly, it was okay. So many years were tied into a book just over 200 pages. A series probably would have been better with more details. And Jodie should have ended up with Bethan’s brother. I did like that Jodie wanted to become something that women at that time didn’t become.
Relativity by Cristin Bishara
Spoiler Alerts! Ruby doesn’t get her mom in the end.
Kandy: talk about a crazy psychopath with no feelings. Only once she had heart. What universe was that again?
Patrick: Let’s just say I’m glad my brothers were not the protective growing up.
Willow: I don’t trust her, not one bit.
Dad: get a new job!
Ruby: Don’t like tattoos, but I liked the story behind hers. I loved that she was a crazy math geek. And given the chance I’d see what my life is like in other universes. She ain’t no dummy.
Take Four Above the Line Series by Karen Kingsbury
Andie gives up her baby. It had to have been really hard, but in my opinion it was a wise one.
Cody is an idiot. He just never learns and is ignoring the matter of his heart.
Bailey is awesome! She’s strong in her faith which I love! She wont give up on Cody or anyone else. She has her own series too! I want to be like Bailey!
No, it’s not because a professor called in sick. I talked with my parents about school. They have seen how unhappy I was and want me to be happy. For that I am grateful! I was so worried about disappointing them that it was hard to want to bring it up to them. But my dad was the one to break that wall. As of today I am no longer a student, well in the sense that I’m not going to school. I can still learn a plenty from books:) Just the way I like it.
I don’t know what I’m supposed to be. What I do know is that my passion lies with helping people, caring for them, and being with kids. I love kids, adore them! School and me are not the best of friends, but who says I have to have a degree to do what I love. Sure it makes life easier, but what can I say, I’m a rebel and enjoy doing things the hard way. Of course now I have no excuse to not work more, but that’s okay. Soon enough I’m going to want to move out. I’ve been looking around, trying to find a descent place with a descent price. I’m looking more into a studio.
I still need to figure out this depression and anxiety. I’m trying to get back in to seeing my counselor and I’m going to speak to a lady who works for my Church. I never had a Spiritual Adviser growing up, but that’s kind of what I’m looking for. I know I want to do more Missions through out the year. I’m looking forward to the Philippines in February and seeing my sister Tiffany. I’m not one to really carry about money and putting letters before/after my name. My dad always says he married up. Me, I used to want to be married by now, but with all the goings on, I’m actually okay with being single. I can keep finding myself and doing what I want how I want and when I want. I swear, all my sisters live in different states, so the guy I marry is bound to be from a different Country! That’s my life, the irony of it all.
For now I’m just gonna keep living. And decide what color to dye my hair. Not the whole head, but I want colored tips or a colored stripe in my hair. Any suggestions?