Why would you apologize for what you read for pleasure? Every book read for pleasure should be celebrated. And novels that celebrate love, commitment, relationships, making relationships work -- why isn't that something to be respected? - Nora Roberts
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Thursday, November 27, 2014
Monday, November 24, 2014
Personal note: Mr. Bat's heart failure has decompensated and he is symptomatic at present. He is comfortable at rest. This is worrisome, although not unexpected. I'm hoping we can get it turned around again with an adjustment in meds. Your kind thoughts or a quick prayer would be most warmly appreciated. Ach, this is so hard.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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Thursday, November 6, 2014
ETA: I've read some other reviews now and some folks are concerned about what they perceive to be over-emphasis on Maggie's pale, peaches and cream coloring and Rafel's medium skin tones (he is from Brazil). Honest to Pete, I didn't notice it, but this isn't something that I am particularly aware of. If you are, then please note that some folks have questioned this. The things that I tend to notice are things like references to being fat and lazy or fat with a disagreeable personality, or some types of rape, animal abuse, that kind of thing,