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bluebird of bitterness

A Scotsman who was planning a trip to the Holy Land was aghast when he learned that it would cost sixty dollars an hour to rent a boat on the Sea of Galilee.

“In Scotland it wouldn’t have been more than twenty,” said the Scotsman.

“Yes,” said the travel agent, “but remember, the Sea of Galilee is water on which Jesus himself walked.”

The Scotsman said, “Well, at sixty dollars an hour for a boat, it’s no wonder he walked.”

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A Curly Sue’s Ramblings

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You probably already know by the title..but-

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1K followers! I’m so excited to make this announcement, and I’m so grateful to everyone who stuck with me from the start. thank you so, so much for 1000 & for helping me grow this page so fast to every one of you reading this!🥰✨

This has been one my biggest blogging goals, I hoped to have achieved this before my one year blogiversary and I finally did! Just wanted to say how happy I am to my blog followers for following me. It means a lot that I am supported by awesome people.

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This meme was started by a blog I follow, and I first found it on Carla Loves Books.

I told Carla that I needed to do a Stacking the Shelves post soon, so here it is.

These books came in/showed up recently.

The green book in the middle was a book club selection I really enjoyed, and Ann More was a new author to me. Sadly, I missed the meeting to discuss it last night, feeling bad after a late afternoon CT scan yesterday, but Deb Nance of Readerbuzz brought me a delicious chunk of cake served at the book club meeting. The book directly below with the child in the center of a sun symbol is a book of Advent devotions which was in books discarded and donated by a neighbor to my LFL, and I am going to start it on December first. God’s Promises is also a…

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Bloggers are asked to pair books in several different ways.

Yesterday I paired two nonfiction books that were very alike. Today I am pairing a fiction and nonfiction book which cover the same time frame–the London Blitz.

A wonderful story set in a bookstore.

The adventures of a young woman who comes to London to seek her fortune only to be caught up in a war and eventually the notorious London Blitz is not only a page turner but an ode to books, bookstores, and booksellers. I reviewed this Book about Books at some point this year, and it you would like to read more about it (perhaps to add it to your TBR pile), type the title into the search box on PWR’s home page.

My favorite nonfiction history writer

If you want a factual account of The Blitz from Number 10 Downing Street and Churchill’s country family hideaway…

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