Rachel and Nicole are seniors in high school now and applying for colleges. When I started writing Jelly Mom they were only 11. Now they are ready to fly the nest.
JD certainly gives me plenty to write about, and who knows I may, but to tell you the truth I have to be sensitive to my kids and how much 'fun' they can handle mom having with her writing. He's a teen after all and now a freshman in high school. He's growing up.
Aiden, the little imp that many columns focused on, is no longer strutting around in just his diaper and Nemo sandals. He's all of eight and quite the sponge as he absorbs all his homeschool lessons.
children's book review blog I keep. This is my busy time as the year winds to an end.
Here's the working blurb for the back cover:
First he fell in love with Wendy and it changed Joe's life. Now he's falling in love with Jesus and Mary and nothing will ever be the same again as his growing faith affects every aspect and relationship in his life.
Wendy met Joe after a licentious party where he got into a drunken brawl. A year later, after much counseling, she met him at the altar. But will she now be able to meet him where he is in the faith or will he, a her mother did when Wendy was a little girl, also abandon her?
This is the continuing love story of Joe and Wendy Taylor, newlyweds, adult children of alcoholics and reverts to Catholicism.
I'm going to have fun writing this one and it will be a joy to share it with others. Lulu has allowed me to create my books as professionally as possible and I am happy with the number of people who are reading them. Thank you to all who have read Inheritance and shared your thoughts about it. You have really touched me.
God bless you all abundantly for your continued prayers for my family. I remember you in mine.