Saturday, February 25, 2012

What's your favorite place to visit?

disney world

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What is your favorite movie?

drity dancing

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Ask me questions about anything

When was the last time you talked to your parents? What did you talk about?

just a few mins ago about fancy my puppy

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Do you spend a lot of money or are you good at saving? If you're good at saving, what tricks do you use?

good at saving

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What's the last TV show you watched? What did you like about it?

blue bloods

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Do you do like to shop online? What's your favorite website to buy things from?


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What TV show is must-watch TV for you right now? Do you watch it on live TV or online?

switched at birth

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Do you like bacon?


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about The Judgment

This about the book The Judgment By Beverly Lewis
This is what is on the back of the book. Two Amish sisters reunited by unforeseen circumstances. Hen faces an ultimatum that could leave her heart forever tor. Rose looks ahead to a promising future with handsome Silas. Yet can she forget her dear friend Nick...and what might have been?

He is the oldest daughter she come to visit for a while or stay for good. Hen daughter came with her. Hen married to an English man. After Hen and there daughter been gone few weeks hen husband he start thinking and talking about divorced if she don't come back home soon. If she don't come home he going to go for full custody of there daughter. But the one one bad thing is he don't like anything Amish life. He just don't care if his daughter like something about or not. He just don't want her to grow up that way. But to me he not really thinking that good. The kid has a right to say what she like and don't like too. And too she want to dress like her mother so what is wrong with dressing like the Amish. If he don't like it but if that what make his daughter happy shouldn't that be what matter in the long run. But not to him it's not. But Hen did try to work things out to see what Amish things could work. But he just turned it down just like that. And he is going to the lawyers office to file. But the day that she has to be there to do the paper work that's the day that her husband has his accident. When Hen went to the Hospital to see him her feeling started to change for him again. The accident he had was kind of bad and left him temper blind. But he wanted to go home and do it himself. But there wouldn't be anyone and Hen said that he could some stay with her in Amish world. At first he really didn't want that since he didn't want his daughter to see him like that. But in the long run he did. Since he think it's only going to be few weeks before he can see again. But it could be long as 2 months. While he there they could work on there marriage.

Now for Rose is she going to get married next year or not. Or does she have feeling for the Bishop foster son. But a while back the Bishop only son he had was kill and everyone think that the Bishop foster son did it. Know one really know for sure who did it. If the Bishop foster son don't come back and take his punishing then the Bishop will have to take it since he was the one that was taking care of the foster son. But the foster child was never amish so he would have to want to be part of the amish church. We just don't know if he does come back and take what he should get or tell people what really happen that day. But while she was trying to get her feeling in order her boss come and ask if she would take care of his daughter while he goes and take care of his father that has falling and his mother. Beth is this kind of person that has dream that tell you what going to happen before they do. She does write them down in this book that kind of a prayer/poem book.

Years before there mother got into an accident and she would never go see a spicaleait for the pain While Beth been there she change her mind about seening one. So does she get the help that she need.

This book keep you into it and you wouldn't want to put it down till you find out what happen next. It's a really good book. It was hard to put done some days. The write did a good job at telling us about the Amish life.

For the next book that I am have already started is Ashley Judd All That Is Bitter & Sweet. This is what it said about her on the inside cover side thing I am not to sure what it is called. Ashley Judd is an award-winning film and stage actor known for her roles in both box-office hits and art-house gems, and the daughter and sister of country-music royalty. In 2002,drawing on a deep well of empathy, she found her true calling: as a humanitarian nd advocate for those suffering in negglected parts of the world.
Asked why she was opting out of a successful career, walk away while she was one of the highest-paid women in Hollywood, Ashley herslf could not provide answer. She simply knew that after her first trip to the notorious brothels, slums, and hospices of southeast Asia, her own life depended on advocating on behalf of the vulerable. Promising each new sister, "I will never forget you," Ashley began writing extraordinary diaries-on which this memoir is based-expandin her capacity to relate to, and share with a global audience, stories of survival and resilience.
Along the way, Ashley relized that the coping strategies she had developed to deal with her own emotional pain, stemming from childhood abandonment, were no longer working. Seeking inpatient treatment in 2006 for the grief that had nearly killed her, Ashley found not only her own recovery and an enriched faith but an expanded kit of spiritual tools that enegized and advanced her feminist social justice work.
Now, in this deeply moving and unforgettable memoir, Ashley Judd describes her odyssey, as a left-behind lost child attains international prominence as a fiercely delicated advocate. Her story ranges from anger to forgiveness, isolation to interdependence, depression to activism. In telling it, she resoundingly answer the ineffable question about the relationship between healing onself and service to others.