It's the meeting grounds for the emotions of gratitude, longing, celebration, and grace. - Sandra McCracken
I did not read it... but it was very popular and I had a good friend that did and loved it. Why?
never read it..whoooops jab
I enjoyed the writing and the parlells about the bees. There were times it got too into the sacred feminine for me, but it was fiction so I enjoyed it anyway. I didn't enjoy the Mermaid Chair as much.
LOVED it, loved it, loved it. I LOVE the sacred feminine (generally, and in this book), loved the stuff about community, etc.Have you read it?
Hi Stephanie! Yes, I did graduate, which is exciting. However, I do not have any plans yet. I am in the midst of sending out resume after resume and interviewing (for counseling jobs). I'm staying in Wilmore until I have a clear direction. Thanks for asking! How are you doing? Hope you are doing well.
I just finished it (read it in the bookstore, Valerie, and thought of you =). I liked it. It is a little too sacred feminine for me, too, but most of you would LOVE that part of it. Plus, it's fiction. I rarely read a fiction book that suits me theologically.But it was good fiction. I really liked it.
So, you would recommend it for my next possible read??
You should SO read it, yes.
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