Saturday, February 26, 2011
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
"Aunt Lou's kitchen wraps kids in an Easter story that is as sweet and welcoming as the scent of those famous chocolate chip cookies, just waiting for youngsters to drop by."
-- Lisa Wingate, National Bestselling Author of Larkspur Cove and Dandelion Summer
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
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Sunday, February 13, 2011
2nd revised edition of Trash Talk - It's Easy Being Green. This series offers an average of 129-pages per book packed with ways to reuse, repurpose waste, inspires through education about recycling, offers tips on reducing, refusing and rethinking "waste" issues. The second book discusses more advanced information from energy awareness to indoor/outdoor gardening alternatives, and water conservation. This series has very little white space with an average 45,000 word count per book, and would certainly benefit your audience.
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Wednesday, February 2, 2011
This evening, Wednesday, February 2, 2011, The Stolle Family lost a dear member of the Family. Ole Mister Bubba gave up his spirit this evening amongst sweet doggie friends Sadie and Peyton.
Bubba was a loveable, quirky member of the Stolle Family for the past nine years. He saw the family through two moves, the births of two children and many a teary eyed nights. He was adopted in 2003 from Fuzzy Friends Rescue at the age of 4 years and quickly warmed our hearts. He wasn't one to complain, or bark, or put up a fuss but that faitful day at FFR he chose to let his voice be heard. Mister Bubba called out to me from his cage at the rescue and just begged with his big brown eyes to come home with us. He overcame the odds and survived heart-worm treatments immediately after leaving Fuzzy Friends.
He loved food, sleeping UNDER the covers, cuddles, kisses and more food. He was not one to take baths, get his feet wet, or even in the grass for that matter, but he marched right into our hearts.
There will never be another dog quite like Mister Bubba. His loveably old soul would choose to be remembered not as a dog, but as a friend.
Rest in peace my dear friend.