Recently I finished a very touching novel, “When Hope Blossoms” by Kim Vogel Sawyer. It is about 350 pages of good read and I was able to get through the entire book in one evening (that’s my way of telling it’s a really good read!).
If you asked me what I wanted to be when I was 5, I would have said a veterinarian. When I was 18, that changed to a teacher. Now at 29, I am happy in a job measuring technology issues. Just last night, however, I told Greg, “I don’t know what I want to be when I grow up”. Throughout life, I’ve had a number of jobs, dreams, and life situations that got me to where I am today. Each experience led up to the present and the present will lead to the future. Kate and David Marshall have the perfect book for me (and others) trying to figure out the “what’s next” question in My Life Map: A Journal to Help Shape Your Future.
Growing up, I was always a fan of reading “hand me down” books from my grandmother. I remember being introduced to Beverly Lewis‘ books and falling in love with her style and stories. Lewis’ books are set in Amish Country of Pennsylvania and always have a message threaded within.