Expanding Your Mind

I’ve always wanted to set up certain weekly or monthly postings like book of the month or wine of the month type things. I am so undependable on my blog lately I haven’t taken the time to implement any of this. But since I am working late today and have already fed the boys their dinner now is as good of a time as any. I’ll start with books first. Keep your mind sharp and learn a thing or two maybe, or just entertain yourself. Yesterday I found a book in the clearance area of Hastings called “The Simple Faith of Mister Rogers“. I picked it up and decided it looked interesting enough for the $6 price tag. It was written by Amy Hollingsworth who had a friendship and correspondence with Fred Rogers until his death in 2003. I’m only about 20 pages into the book and it’s absolutely wonderful. Most of America grew up with Mister Rogers Neighborhood, we remember him changing into his sweater and sneakers, Trolley and the land of make believe. I think even folks who have no religious or spiritual beliefs could benefit from and enjoy this book. I certainly recommend it and as soon as I finish I’ll do a better review on it.

I’ve always wanted to set up certain weekly or monthly postings like book of the month or wine of the month type things. I am so undependable on my blog lately I haven’t taken the time to implement any of this. But since I am working late today and have already fed the boys their dinner now is as good of a time as any. I’ll start with books first. Keep your mind sharp and learn a thing or two maybe, or just entertain yourself. Yesterday I found a book in the clearance area of Hastings called “The Simple Faith of Mister Rogers“. I picked it up and decided it looked interesting enough for the $6 price tag. It was written by Amy Hollingsworth who had a friendship and correspondence with Fred Rogers until his death in 2003. I’m only about 20 pages into the book and it’s absolutely wonderful. Most of America grew up with Mister Rogers Neighborhood, we remember him changing into his sweater and sneakers, Trolley and the land of make believe. I think even folks who have no religious or spiritual beliefs could benefit from and enjoy this book. I certainly recommend it and as soon as I finish I’ll do a better review on it.

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