Toby Hawthorne was an enigma. One I didn't factor into my college plans. I wasn't looking for love. I wasn't not looking for it either. And in that state of in-between, he found me. Unaware of the battle he fought everyday, I fell fast. By the time I found out, it was too late. Because I wanted everything. Every broken, lost part of him. I knew I couldn't fix him. I could only love him. But I should've known better than to think that was enough.
4-H First Prize Ribbons, Grand Champions, and Judge's Choice award winners, are mostly bittersweet, always congealed, and truly a tasty mix! Marmalades invariably have an 'it factor' in the spectrums of clarity and lucence—Opaque, ...
Author: Janis Constable
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Random and nebulous is an exquisite state of the inquisitive mind. Vivid thoughts and images shift and drift, and swirl and twirl, in seeming chaos, within the chasm of human consciousness. Random and Nebulous invites you now, to stroll slowly, slowly, on a spiritually formative journey, opening yourself in body, mind, and spirit, into this Celtic Christian Psalm-based tome. Come—enter into the wholesome simplicity of Celtic Wisdom, and find your space—your place of comfort here. Settle in and set about nuancing new elemental insights from the most beloved Psalms. Allow yourself to be drawn into the deep, deeper, deepest well of Random and Nebulous. May you come into stillness, wholeness, and Oneness. May you be fully present—enlivened—sparkling full of grace—in the Light. Shine your Light. Be the Light. Selah.
Still, being with him was bittersweet, always knowing that it wasn't long before one of us would have to get on a plane. At least this time I'd have him with me for the better part of a week. He was due in Boston that night and would be ...
Author: Jennifer Sturman
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Rachel Benjamin's life might look glamorous, but she has worked into the early morning on more nights, cancelled more weekend plans and slept in more Holiday Inns in small industrial towns than she cares to count (standard practice in the business of mergers and acquisitions).
Bittersweet Memories these bittersweet memories always haunting me in the most commencements Sweet blossomed loved, For caring was my deep desire. loving such bitterness, such lover's require Falling anywhere but no where, ...
Author: Caitlin Williams
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
This Life Poem collection is based on TRUE events from Caitlin from grade school to college. Dealing with mental illnesses like Depression, Anxiety, Panic Disorder, Dissociative Identity Disorder, Agoraphobia, self harm and dealing with grief and trauma. This is based on true events and is not to be romanticized. These were stories based on life and trauma growing up in foster care and having a mental illness. This book also features talk about the different forms of abuse witness as well. This shows the side not many talk about behind closed doors, and to show others that they are not alone. Please if you are feeling sad and feel like there is no way out, there are resources near you to help you get through this. Please stay safe when reading this.
Always sacrificing the human element to thecreed of propriety. Too correct... too censorious, he thought. But she hadbeen a handsome girl whenMichael first married her. Watching Raine tonight, he decided that he had never seen the ...
Author: Denise Robins
Publisher: Hachette UK
Her love affair had been unhappy. In order to forget Clifford Culver, the beautiful and tempestuous Raine is sent to stay with her grandmother in the South of France, little realising that Clifford is a handsome philanderer playing a double game in order to get his hands on the fortune that she will one day inherit. His duplicity is discovered by a young Frenchman who has already fallen passionately in love with Raine, but the situation is to become even more tragic and involved before they find the love and happiness they both desire...
Bittersweet chocolate (60% to 70% cacao). This is my favorite chocolate, and one I always have in my kitchen. The higher the cacao percentage, the more intense and less sweet the chocolate will be. In this book, any recipe that calls ...
Author: Shauna Sever
Publisher: Harper Collins
At last—a modern baking book packed with dozens of recipes for delectable treats using only natural, unrefined, readily available alternative sweeteners. Real Sweet offers every dessert lover the delicious sweetness they crave in simple and delicious recipes using natural sugars that pack in subtly amazing flavors that elevate treats of every kind (and help us avoid overprocessed, one-dimensional white sugar). Here are simple lunchbox treats suitable for all ages; whimsical candies and confections created on the stovetop; bake sale classics like cookies and cakes; and fragrant, exotic spoonable puddings and flans. Cookbook author and blogger Shauna Sever helps you introduce healthy touches into treats using natural, unrefined, readily available alternative sweeteners—from coconut sugar, agave nectar, orange blossom honey, and pure maple syrup to smoky turbinado, brown-buttery panela, and jaggery. Written in Shauna’s fresh, modern, and charmingly funny style, Real Sweet lets every sweet tooth indulge without the guilt. Here are more than eighty sure-to-be-favorite recipes, including: All-Day Snacks and Lunchbox Treats: Baked Apple Cinnamon Doughnuts, Cracklin’ Maple Popcorn, Fake-Out Caramel Dip Bake Sales and Edible Gifts: Dark, Fudgy Muscovado Brownies and Maple Sugar Butter Cookies Picnics and Potlucks: Maple Chocolate Cake, Oregon Berry Cream Crumble, Spiced, Bruleed Maple Pumpkin Pie Candies and Confections: Bonfire Toffee Pops and Sea Salt Caramels in the Raw Dinner Party Fancies: Honeyed Yogurt Cheesecake and Pistachio Sponge Cake with Honey and Citrus Scoops and Spoonables: Butterscotch Pots de Crème and Vegan Toasted Coconut Chip Ice Cream Whether you’re entertaining, sharing a good meal with friends, contributing to the PTA, or looking for homemade holiday gifts, Real Sweet has the perfect treat for everyday and every occasion.
I am moved to make special mention of Sugrim who was always ready to 'knock down' a sheep from his flock at Cotton Tree on holidays and later whenever I would return from overseas; similarly, Youla Bhowjie looked after me well when I ...
Author: Nowrang Persaud
Publisher: Book Venture Publishing LLC
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This is an attempt to briefly record my long life story as a Guyanese who evolved from a broken parental home and the pits of poverty in colonial British Guiana to become, first a successful school teacher and an unconventional school administrator. I then won a coveted Cadetship offered by the expatriate firm of Bookers Sugar Estates Ltd., which owned and operated the sugar industry in the colony. This was the catalyst that provided the springboard for my launching into the field of Human Resource Management initially in the sugar industry in Guyana, then in Canada, followed by exciting assignments literally across the world with the United Nations Children Fund, a field based agency of the United Nations, before ending with a return to base in Guyana.
Thoughts of bittersweet always call to my mind one incomparable picture . It was a dull day in early December , the first cold day of the winter . Occasional flurries of snow accentuated the wintry wind . The brook was bordered by ...
My Road to Damascus moment always makes me cry. How bittersweet it is, how bittersweet. You don't always recognise those crossroad moments in your life when they happen, the moment where you make a decision that takes you for ever away ...
Author: Beth Miller
Publisher: Prelude Books
Sally Marshall is just your ordinary suburban woman, who gets by performing as a tribute act to a pop star (Epiphanie, even more famous than Beyonce). She, along with dozens of others. Until one day she is asked by the real Epiphanie to do a life swap for a couple of weeks. Epiphanie trades Madison Square Garden for doing gigs in pubs. Sally is catapulted from suburban semi life to double for a mega-star, her life turned upside down. But which life will they each choose in the end? Laugh-out-loud and unputdownable, Starstruck will leave you feeling warmer about all the different lives we choose. Praise for the author's bestselling novel, The Missing Letters of Mrs Bright ‘A lovely exploration of what is means to be human and alive. It is both charming and thought-provoking and I thoroughly enjoyed it.’ Pamela J ‘Everything you want in a book: a little laugh, a little cry, lots of awww moments. Really loved this book.’ Patricia C ‘One of those books that helps you feel more positively about the world again and remember that good things can and do happen. And more importantly it is never too late to change things.’ Lynne C