“You Can’t Afford the Luxury of a Negative Thought” (& You’re the One by Greta van Fleet)

Hello readers, Today I am joining Mischenko @ReadRantRock&Roll with  Shabby Sunday Vintage Book shares. The first book is “You Can’t Afford the Luxury of a Negative Thought” (1988, 1995) by Peter McWilliams. If you like quotes, this book is for you.  Almost every page has a quote that relates to the theme or topic McWilliams is writing … More “You Can’t Afford the Luxury of a Negative Thought” (& You’re the One by Greta van Fleet)

Doubles on the Bookshelf (#Whatsonyourbookshelf 21MARCH2022 )

Happy Monday! Today I am sharing some “book doubles”for the #What’s on Your Bookshelf challenge. Thanks to RR for reminding me about this fun monthly challenge – even though I think I missed the deadline for the inlinkz here   *** Backstory We recently cleared out the bonus room above the garage. This means that my mini home library was … More Doubles on the Bookshelf (#Whatsonyourbookshelf 21MARCH2022 )

BEST 2019 BOOK: The Visual Dialogue from 1967 (2020 Countdown 3 of 31)

Hello Readers,  Today makes Day 3 of 31 for my countdown to 2020. I am sharing a top book from this year.  An oldie but goodie: The Visual Dialogue by Nathan Knobler from 1967. It is difficult to pick a favorite, or best, book from any year! But this “best book” idea was part of … More BEST 2019 BOOK: The Visual Dialogue from 1967 (2020 Countdown 3 of 31)

Water, A View from Japan-PART TWO (2020 Countdown 2 of 31)

Happy Monday. Today is day 2 of the 31 day 2020 Countdown.   Here is PART TWO of sharing tidbits from the book “Water, A View from Japan.” PART ONE of “Water, A View from Japan” is HERE Today’s post was a “draft” and we all know that some drafts need to be trashed, but I thought this one … More Water, A View from Japan-PART TWO (2020 Countdown 2 of 31)

Tiramisu (and Lorraine Bracco’s Four-Bite rule and Colbert’s Book)

Had to share a few pictures of the Tiramisu we had on Valentine’s Day. For those that do not know, Tiramisu is an Italian dessert made with ladyfingers, mascarpone, eggs, cream, sugar, coffee and cocoa powder.  The one we bought did not use ladyfingers. And as my step-daughter put it – this one was “almost” … More Tiramisu (and Lorraine Bracco’s Four-Bite rule and Colbert’s Book)