Mrs. Everything

I encourage every woman out there to read this story. It will make you laugh, cry, want to throw a plate against a wall, but most of all, it will inspire you. It is truly a story about discovering who you are in your bones, not the person you want others to see you as.

This is Home

Lisa Duffy did a wonderful job highlighting the effects that war can have on not just a soldier, but that soldier’s family. There were numerous heartbreaking moments within the pages that really brought that aspect home to me.

The Favorite Daughter

“The people we most love do become a physical part of us, ingrained in our synapses, in the pathways where memories are created.” –Meghan O’Rourke, The Long Goodbye

May Wrap-Up

The month of May brought with it some truly phenomenal reads and I am looking forward to what June has in store!

Somewhere Over the Rainbow (Finding Dorothy)

“Magic isn’t things materializing out of nowhere. Magic is when a lot of people all believe in the same thing at the same time, and somehow we all escape ourselves a little bit and we meet up somewhere, and just for a moment, we taste the sublime.”