Inspire a Graduate with this great gift for Graduation. Curiosity can lead to finding our passion in life. When we try new things, we feel energized, excited and happy. It allows us to find new opportunities for our growth.The daily prompts in this journal are, "What's something new I have done today", "Today, I learned", "I am grateful for", "Three amazing things that happened today", "Today's affirmations", "What's something I need to finish, what do I need", "One random act of kindness I have done today". There is also a weekly page for you to draw something positive or to simply paste a beautiful picture.Images are powerful. Our minds react better to imagery and this is a great way to feel appreciation and also attain our goals.Spend a few minutes a day writing in this journal. This is a journey, so it must be practiced regularly.
"A mother is just a woman who gave birth to you. You don't need her to like you, or love you. Because a mother's just another person.
She was. And now she's dead."
Growing up, Rae played the good girl, hoping to win her mother Marlene's love. But Marlene favored Rae's dangerous older brother Thomas, even after he nearly got teenage Rae killed. The night Thomas disappeared was the best night of Rae's life.
Now 28 years old and engaged, Rae is nursing Marlene, who has advanced cancer and one last request: for Rae to find Thomas and bring him home.
Thomas purports to be a changed man, the CEO of his own meteorically successful company. But Rae knows he's hiding something. When Marlene takes a turn for the worse, is it assisted suicide or murder?
The answer goes back decades, through secrets and pain, and comes back full circle. Rae has to figure out who she can really trust. Or else.
Poor little good girl . . . who'll save her now?
Cecilia Murray has been wishing for a dog for as long as she can remember. And when a cute pug named Potato is brought in to Orphan Paws, the shelter where she volunteers, she knows he is the dog she's been waiting for. There's just one problem: Eric Chung -- a popular, arrogant boy from school -- adopts Potato first. What's worse, he hopes to train the little tater to become a show-dog superstar. Cecilia knows that Potato is not cut out for a life of sparkly collars and snobby judges, so she sets out to sabotage Eric's plans.
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