“I learned early on that we create our own narrative. It doesn’t matter what other people say about us as long as we know who and what we are. And here’s the other thing people don’t want you to know: you don’t have to be the same thing all the time.”
I appreciate every page of this story. It was heartbreaking, uplifting, and humorous; all of the things that make up life. It was such a real book. The events that occurred between Lauren and Ryan could happen to any of us.
Here’s to a delicious dessert that transports me back to sitting in a booth, across from my grandfather, enjoying a piece of pie.
What Susan Gloss did was give her readers a glimpse of all the tragedies that life can throw at you. The unfairness of age, illness, loss, death and even of love.
These pancakes are rich but light, fluffy but filling, sweet but nutritious.. okay, maybe not nutritious. But, oh so delicious!
I loved the writing style of Swann Street; it was poetically hypnotic. Every page gave me a deeper and deeper understanding of what someone goes through while they battle this disease.
“It is what I have always loved about music. Not the sounds or the crowds or the good times as much as the words— the emotions, and the stories, the truth— that you can let flow right of your mouth.”
Delicious Chocolate Pie paired with a Coconut Flour Crust. Prepare in less than 30 minutes!
This novel served as lesson for me. It taught me that it is okay to be alone, it is okay to be different and most importantly it taught me to never lose the childlike wonder for the nature around us.
This story taught me countless lessons but it also left me wondering what I could do to become as tenacious as Evelyn Hugo. She was tough as nails and she wasn’t afraid of what life threw at her. Sure, she made some mistakes along the way but she persisted, she did not give up who she was.
I hope to be able to introduce you to beautifully written novels, savory meals, deliciously sweet treats and maybe even a few refreshing drinks.