'The Snowflake' by Jamie Carie. Yeah, with our Texas heat I was ready for a lil cooling off. Here I traveled back to 1897 and followed a adventure trip to Alaska. Here in a world that only men venture the unheard of happens. A determined strong woman is making the same trek. Will this hamper the journey or can the different outlook on life help new answers come about? I loved seeing how a deep romance based on respect and admiration grow in this story. And of course who can falter a relationship that is brought to fruition by the hand of God? I feel that very same thing happened in my own marriage.
'Snow Day' by Billy Coffey. He noticed a balance in rural America that shows that we are a community of neighbors, co-workers and strangers turned friends. This is just like listening to the story telling my grandfather use to do. Here during a particularly bad snow storm Peter Boyd calls in to work to take a Snow Day. During this day his eyes are opened to the community around him. And that becomes a reflection to his own life. It reminds me of when College Girl was younger. We had Dr. Mom days. Times that we called in to school for a doctors appointment to really have a day with mom. One that seemed to really bring back health to our own relationship that was important as a day learning in class.
What have you noticed that brings your focus back to your family, your marriage, your community? How have you brought in changes to make family time focused back to your home? Are you giving back to your community, schools and local charities? Why did you make these changes? Share with us so we can also learn new ways to focus.