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Hi Sue, Thank you for your note. I am intrigued by Moonflowers after reading The Moonflower Vine. I'm going to try and grow some this year, although I don't have a great place for them. I may buy some sort of iron trellis and plant both Morning Glories and Moonflowers. I think I'm getting an early case of spring fever. ~Donna~
Hi Sue,
You have been a busy reader! We'll need to talk.
Here is the link for the radio discussion on Olive Kitteridge.
Also here is a podcast website I've just recently found and just love to listen and read.
Hope you enjoy it too.
I see you've added In the Lake of the Woods. It is one of my favorite books ~ I envy your experience of getting to read it for the first time.
My question was about The Shack. Someone I work with at church was one of the original detectives that tracked Arthur Sharcross. He had just started reading the book and could hardly put it down. What did you think?
See you soon. Until then, Happy reading!
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