M Is for Mama: A Rebellion Against Mediocre Motherhood
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Mussaurus was a tiny, plant-eating dinosaur from South America. Its eggs were only about an inch long. Instructions" (4 stars). I liked this one a lot even though I haven't cared for Gaiman's poems in the past. Sunbird"- This story is very unusual and unpredictable. I seriously had no idea where it was headed until it had arrived.
M is for Magic includes ten short stories and one poem. It offers pizazz, in the story of Humpty Dumpty's sister hiring a private detective to investigate her brother's untimely death; humor, in the sci-fi telling of an awkward youth attempting to talk to alien girls at a party; and imaginative fantasy entertainment in one of its more enjoyable stories, "Sunbird," which follows five voracious eaters on their quest to consume the rare Suntown Sunbird. How to Talk to Girls at Parties"- Once again, Neiman goes a bit sci-fi with this one. For anyone who has ever known or has ever been an awkward adolescent male, this story is a hilarious read. * * * * *There was no grace. No repentance and forgiveness. No reality of our sinful nature. No pointing to our Savior and the work He has done. No distinction of law and gospel at all. Be better, work work work. BETTER. Her first “sin” reveal is that she scrolled too much on her phone shopping for a dress to wear to a wedding AFTER the kids went to bed. 🙄🙄 In other words, it's way less about how we look (a lesson I am constantly learning/relearning as my body ages) and way more about how we love God and love others with the resources (including the body) He's given us.
The Portuguese man-of-war is a floating colony of animals that has very long, stinging tentacles. It lives in warm ocean waters. The quality, some sections, some insights.. I would give 3 stars maybe. But I just can’t rate higher than 2 or else it might look like a recommendation. Of course, they like the cute and fuzzy kind (think Monsters Inc.) versus the type that hides under the bed and what nightmares are made of.Maybe you've felt a tug of relatability? Or maybe you've felt your spirit revolt against what seems to be hopelessness and despair? Brace yourself for an "Electrifying and thoroughly satisfying" read ( Publishers Weekly) from #1 New York Times bestselling author Sue Grafton
I looooved this book so so much. This is the first motherhood-focused book I’ve read and it challenged, encouraged, and convicted me in so many ways. This book spoke directly to several things I’m currently dealing with as well as provided me with knowledge for things to come in the future.
This is a quote from the book and is also why I'm reading books about autism. I'm reading books about autism to figure out what the hell it means to have autism and to be able to identify myself with characters. I, personally, couldn't identify myself with M. The book didn't help me with giving my autism a place as much as I had hoped. These are the main reasons why I'm only giving it 2 stars. There is however one quote that does comfort me: We are trying our best to solve the answer manually and update the answer into here, currently the best answer we found for these are: Un piccolo viaggio fino all'estremo opposto dell'universo con la certezza di rientrare per l'ora di cena.