Friday, September 15, 2017

New Book Review

Of Mess & Moxie: Wrangling Delight Out of This Wild and Glorious Life

by Jen Hatmaker
Thomas Nelson 2017

Reviewed by Diane Busch

Delightful as always. Real. Honest. Jen doesn't hide her thoughts, emotions, failures, ugly side. She lays it out there and hopes you can relate because you are not perfect either. This book is more geared toward moms with kids at home, but my kids are grown and I still enjoyed. She gives encouragement to women and to moms with kids at home, that you don't have to be perfect. That you will have highs and lows but keep going the best you can. Admit failures and start again. Celebrate and enjoy the highs. Keep going. Life is messy but women have moxie. Life gets crazy and is not perfect and does not go the way you plan. But women of God have strength, fortitude, tenacity and mettle to get back up again when knocked down, to bounce back when crushed, to start again after a failure, to forgive even when we don't want to, 

Each chapter starts with a quote from a famous person, that ties in with the chapter theme. Her wit and humor make the hard lessons more palatable. Sprinkled throughout the book are some her favorite recipes (ones that keep her sane because her children devour them). 

Ladies, please read this latest release from Jen for encouragement, inspiration, and fun.

New Music - September 15, 2017

Human by Holly Starr | CD Reviews And Information | NewReleaseToday


By: Holly Starr
Genre:  Pop/Rock 

Goodish EP by Deraj  | CD Reviews And Information | NewReleaseToday

Goodish EP

By: Deraj
Genre:  Rap/Urban