Saturday, September 22, 2012

Book review : Oceans Apart by Karen Kingsbury

"love doesn't begin until you forgive." 

I loved this book, yes it brings tears to my eyes from the first  pages up to the last, a true  story about  love, pain and finding  peace and forgiveness not just  to someone else but to yourself. 

I am looking forward to more books about Max and his new family. This book talks about real life stores in families, and how there is hope through our trials.
I like the way Karen Kingsbury brings God, faith, family, and love together in her books. I am looking forward to reading many more books by Karen Kingsbury in the future.

The husband mast face his faults, his mistakes and forgive himself for  what he had done.  i did think  he should have shown  more compassion for what he did and  the guilt of  having  cheated.
his wife mast see the mistakes she made as well and also love and forgive her husband. 
His wife did show  how hurt and anger even hate she felt to  her husband, max and  his mother, but watching as she learns from it was  very thought provoking. 
Max learns   to make peace with the death of his    mother, accepting his father and loving  every one he meets. 

Yes this is a Christan book, and I loved it  i am a Christan and   the story in this is remarkable,

recommend his to   Christians and  even those who are not,  cant wait to read more  from Karen, this book is great for  learning about forgiveness.

rescue dogs

 adopted  a dog don't buy- this has been said many times !
want  to know why ?
 its because a dog in a shelter life span is very short, why ?   because no one wants them! not only to they make amazing pets that will protract you more then ever for saving them but you would have a angel by your side !  yes  every one wants a pure bred ( did you know there are  even a lot of them in shelters?)  every one wants a puppy! (  yet the older dogs  can also give you just as much love and more protection)  think it over  :)
  A  dog   rescued out of Angola !  he would have been going to the dogs fights!

Friday, September 21, 2012

some eye candy

ist been a while since i put up something yum ! so here we are :)

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

BOOK REVIEW - Spud book 4 - John van de Ruit

Spud: Exit, Pursued by a Bear storyline revealed!
After an unexpected and diabolical farewell breakfast conversation with his father, Spud Milton returns to boarding school for his 1993 Matric year, his last as a schoolboy. Armed with a prefects’ tie and a raging libido, Spud soon discovers that being a large(ish) fish in a small pond has its fair share of challenges. He finds himself embroiled in fighting for his own room, directing a house play where both lead actors refuse to learn their lines, and assisting in Vern Blackadder’s dramatic return from the dead with nothing more than a drip cord and a pair of oven gloves.

Amazing story ! i love dit like i did all the other  spud books !
the story is amazing the  characters  are living ! and  funny  adventure of boys turning into men with   funny and epic exploits along with insane friends spud comes into his own in the last book ! and i  really felt sad to know that its at a end i feel some strings untied ! 

Spud- will he become the great actor he dreams of ?  will he get his girl ?
full  marks for this one !
i will miss reading this 
Spud - Exit, Pursued by a Bear