25,000 Mornings by word artist Faye Rowe is an invitation to enjoy a pleasant afternoon walk through her everyday life, thoughts and deeds.
With a down-to-earth, homespun style of sharing her thoughtful tidbits about life, family, books, events, and all kinds of stuff, Rowe has written a book that is close to perfection for the people of this microwave generation.
Each story is short and to the point. Each story is packed with a common sense wisdom that is sometimes an element lacking now a days. After each sweet morsel of offering from this author, she adds icing to the cake by finishing up each thought with a scripture perfectly presented as the ‘pièce de résistance’. So, can you tell, I’m a fan? I really enjoyed reading through this book. When I was in a hurry, I’d catch one or two pages and feel uplifted for my day’s journey. At other times, I luxuriated in reading page after page, bringing memories to mind that soothed my soul. I plan to buy this book as a gift for some people I know and love and honestly hope that they open it’s pages to find all the delightful kindness waiting inside just for them.
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