Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Never Again? Wrong.

I've read several books set before, but written after, WWI in which somebody says that there wouldn't ever be another war, that wars were part of history.                                                                                  
 I used to think the same thing about presidential assassinations; they were a part of history; America would never again lose a president in that way. 
I believed that until this day in 1963.                        

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Books Read In The Past Week

A # indicates a book read for the first time
Books are listed by author (or series creator)


"My Daily Spiritual Companion"
by Marci Alborghetti
daily devotional reading for 2017
I liked the book I used last year better 

"The Happiness of Heaven" 
by Fr. J. Boudreau, S.J.
[Catholic spirituality]
(finished on Saturday)

''The Chalet School In Exile''
''The Chalet School At War''
''The Highland Twins At The Chalet School''
''Lavender Laughs In The Chalet School''
by Elinor M. Brent-Dyer
[children's fiction]

''Lark Rise to Candleford''
by Flora Thompson
[autobiography] 





Reliving One Day From Your Past

Years ago, someone asked me, "If you could go back and relive one day from your past, would you choose a bad one, and fix what had gone wrong, or a good one, and savor it more fully?"

"Neither,"  I said, "because it would probably mean missing out on a day I haven't had yet."

Besides, I can always relive, savor, and change the past by using it in my stories!