Another great Stephen King read!!
I had a very special life event this past weekend. I turned 65 on Sunday. Our lake family made it very special for me. Saturday night was another great meal complete with a birthday cake and homemade ice cream (thanks Tracey). We missed the Haynes and Hancocks though.
Monday was spent with Grandmother who showed us around Sand Mountain. We saw where Anthony and Joe grew up, then went to Mentone and ate at the Wildflower Cafe (one of the top 10 restaurants in Alabama. Our waitress did her best Marilyn Monroe impression of Happy Birthday for me. I loved it!!
We then had a lovely dinner of Stacey’s white beans and pot roast and veggies with Grandmother and Jim and Annette.
This is a great little place near our lake spot. The video does not do it justice. It is sooooo beautiful!! And the food is great. They do not serve wine but you can BYOB.
I read this book in one sitting last night. Divided into 2 parts: Part 1 – 10 things Christians do NOT need to believe; Part – 2 10 things Christians DO need to believe. Very engaging and thought provoking. I recommend every Christian read it.
This is the follow up to “A Time To Kill” also by Grisham. He continues with small town lawyer, Jake Brigance, several years later in a dispute over a will in which a man dies and leaves 90% of his estate to his housekeeper. Very good read!
Many of us are between 65 and death, i.e. old. Someone sent me a list of 21 pieces of advice for aging . . . it’s good advice to follow as we grow older.
I finished this book last night and it was a very fun read. We live close to Nashville (Spring Hill) so I could relate to all of the familiar places mentioned in the book. Found it especially interesting that one of the “villians” was then Mayor, Beverly Briley, grandfather to the current Mayor of Nashville, David Briley If you live in or around Nashville, this is a must read.