Love Birds Beyond Death

Love Birds  Beyond Death

Mom wouldn't approve of this. You seem to be having to much fun. Besides, mom
would have called or at least urged you to call me or even reminded you to pay
some money into my account. Dad, I told you things were never going to be the ...

Author: Lysious

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781462016686

Category: Fiction

Page: 132

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In this fast paced, intriguing, suspense-filled and dramatic novel, Lysious tells a story of love, pain, betrayal, and forgiveness as seen in the lives of two friends. Henry and Naomi were two teenage sweethearts who made a vow of chastity at a very young age. But even in the midst of true love, their friendship is seen to be constantly entangled in a web of grief and strife. Characterized by a vicious circle of sorrows, tears, heartaches and troubles, it is not the usual love ride of teenage relationships, as the two love birds are made to face the harsh realities of life while battling to save their relationship. One might even guess the two were not right for each other. Being a pretty young lady who seemed not to attract the attention of Henry alone, Naomi finds herself on two occasions in the arms of other boys at the verge of compromising her part of the vow, and Henry wonders why she would still cheat on him after all these years of being together. But with each test, their love for each other is made stronger, and Henry also discovers that after years of being with her, he really doesnt know Naomi like he thought he did. Love Birds: Beyond Death is a tale of young love that stood the test of time, and continued beyond the realms of mortality.
Categories: Fiction

When All That s Left of Me Is Love

When All That s Left of Me Is Love

mingbird in the center, three hand-carved and hand-painted bird Christmas tree
ornaments—a bluejay, cardinal, and chickadee— spotted at the Sugarloaf Crafts
Festival (they will ... As we all know, Mom loved her coffee, and she loved birds.

Author: Linda Campanella

Publisher: Tate Publishing

ISBN: 9781617774171

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 228

View: 600

When All That's Left of Me Is Love is an intensely personal story about one family's determination to enjoy life while anticipating death. Linda Campanella's emotional account of her last year with her mother, Nancy Sachsse, wrote itself on the pages of her mind as she lay awake unable to sleep in the days and weeks following Nan's death one year and one day after a diagnosis of terminal cancer. It is a heartwarming memoir filled with insights and inspirations that will help anyone jolted into confronting the inevitability and sudden imminence of death. Join the author as she reconstructs and relives a year of living while dying and, in the process, comes to terms with the pain and permanence of her loss. When All That's Left of Me Is Love is indeed a sad story born of death, but it is above all an uplifting portrait of living, loving, believing, and letting go. It is a celebration of the special bond between mothers and daughters, a touching love story, a spiritual journey, a poetry lesson, and even a case for happy hour. This story of a daughter's undying love for her dying mother will move and inspire not only those who face or fear death but also those who love and embrace life. "'This book is truly a testament of love, as the title suggests. It is about love refined and deepened by grief and gratitude. It is a tribute to a mother who loved with her last breath and beyond. It is the story of a daughter who gives herself away through the gift of her pen.' -Sharon G. Thornton, Ph.D., Professor of Pastoral Theology at Andover Newton Theological School"
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The Dead Moms Club

The Dead Moms Club

A Memoir about Death, Grief, and Surviving the Mother of All Losses Kate
Spencer. After she'd left, my mom summoned me over. “I want a locket with a
picture of Gramy ... “Did your mom love birds or something?” I asked, relaxing.
This was the ...

Author: Kate Spencer

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781580056885

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 288

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A humorous and heartfelt memoir about weathering the loss of a parent, offering advice and tips on surviving grief. Kate Spencer lost her mom to cancer when she was 27. In The Dead Moms Club, she walks readers through her experience of stumbling through grief and loss, and helps them to get through it, too. This isn't a weepy, sentimental story, but rather a frank look at what it means to go through gruesome grief and come out on the other side. The Dead Moms Club covers how losing her mother changed nearly everything in Spencer's life. And it offers cheeky but useful tip for readers throughout -- like the "It's None of Your Business Card," to copy and hand out to nosy strangers. Anyone who has lost a parent or loved one will be comforted and consoled by this empathetic book.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Inside Mom s Mind

Inside Mom s Mind

around at bird specialty stores, like Birds Unlimited®, and find the right feeder for
the place you have in mind. There are birdfeeders that extend into the living area
and have a one-way mirror so the birds get right up and personal, while the ...

Author: Donna M. Trickett

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781450046978

Category: Medical

Page: 206

View: 266

Although someone new is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s every 70 seconds, Donna M. Trickett, the author of Inside Mom’s Mind, reveals new hope and understanding through her captivating true story of her mother’s eight-year struggle with the disease. Inside Mom’s Mind is saturated with compassion, understanding, inspiration, and a realism that has been acknowledged by professional and family caregivers, alike. You will listen to her mother’s actual thoughts as you discover over 100 uniquely helpful ideas to better serve your loved one. To learn more about Donna M. Trickett, her writings, and her free workshops, just connect to her web page, www.donnatrickett.com
Categories: Medical

Living Above Worry

Living Above Worry

This is an enormous comparison between God's love for the birds and His love
for man. ... There were eight children in our family, and when Mom made bread
for a meal, or for several days, depending on what kind of bread she would make,
 ...

Author: David H. Patterson

Publisher: Tate Publishing

ISBN: 9781613461174

Category: Religion

Page: 184

View: 614

Today, we spend most of our time worrying. We worry about having a nice house and car. We worry about whether we have the right clothes. We worry about our money and if it's safe. We worry about our jobs. We worry about our kids. We worry about putting food on the table. We worry about the things that could possibly happen to us. We worry about losing it all. Our worry is destroying us. We're living lives filled with stress, anxiety, and depression. But God doesn't want us to live these lives of worry. God has provided all we need. So why worry? In this study of Matthew 6, author David H. Patterson uses Scripture and experience to prove to us just why we should never worry and how we can live above worry. Worry demonstrates a lack of faith, and Patterson lovingly shows us why our faith is lacking but how we can change that. Imagine a day without worry, with total trust in God. It is possible, through the practice of ascending faith. Don't waste another minute of your life with worry. Discover the key to living above it and renew your faith in God today with the help of Living Above Worry!
Categories: Religion

Birds of Love shore

Birds of Love shore

But I tried to find the love of a foster mother in the city of Bangalore also. I was not
lucky enough to enjoy my mother's love, which flowed like a river, for long. My
mother was the one who took penance and vowed to see me as an advocate.

Author: D.J(Deepa jayaraj)

Publisher: D.J.PUBLICATION

ISBN: 9788192808079

Category:

Page: 70

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Birds Of Love-Shore D.J. “Love!” What a charming word is it! It is an indefinable emotion, which anybody can feel towards anybody, anywhere, anytime, irrespective of age or other barriers. Will there be anybody in this world, who has not ever relished the sublime feeling of Love? This is a collection of true to life love stories; the stories which depict love from teenage to the state of old age. The indivisible relationship between love and one’s success or failure in life can be visualized all throughout these stories. Birds of love shore Copyright 2014 D.J First edition :21.12.2014 Published and Distributed by: D.J. Publication Kodungallur, Thrissur, Pin : 680 671 Email : [email protected] Translated by : Mrs. Sriletha Pillai Cover Design : S.S.Hoysala and RBS About D.J. Pubulication: Kodungallur based D.J.Publication started in 2013 by Deepa Jayaraj . Popularly known as D.J. D.J.Publication published Three Novels through its Publication and works was appreciated by both Media and General public. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4Nl7WuOoPY
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The Many Paths of Love

The Many Paths of Love

“When did you and Gus begin to call your mother Maria?” “Oh ... Anyway he and
wife number two had their differences, and she figured out that Dad still loved
Mom. Without two mischievous kids around, they now live like love birds.” Jenny
 ...

Author: Betty Wagner Loeb

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781465332851

Category: Fiction

Page: 216

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In anguish, Gus Antonelli cries out in the night, For years, Ive lived close to my brothers house, eaten at his table, played with his children, coveted his wife. Such is the agony of Gus who sacrifices his love for Jenny for the sake of his identical twin Tony. It all began when Jenny and her dear friend Sara shared a table in a crowded restaurant in Philadelphia with two handsome, charming young men visiting from New York where they were preparing to open an upscale restaurant. They offered Jenny a job. Observing the twins, Sara later asks, I wonder what happens when twins fall in love with the same girl? Jennys heart is broken when her father dies, and soon afterwards, Sara commits suicide. She collapses and is taken by Jonathan Holbrook, whom she met at her fathers funeral, to his psychiatric hospital for a few days. Returning home, she is haunted by the loss of the two people she loved, so she accepts the job offer and flees to New York. Maria, the twins mother, invites Jenny to stay with them in a condominium high above Central Park. The kind, good-natured Antonellis become her family. Tony glows with love for Jenny, and she feels the same way about him. However, in one unguarded moment, she sees Gus gazing at her like Tony does. Unable to marry one and hurt the other, she returns home to complete her final year at Drexel University and earn her degree in fashion design. Desperately poor, Jenny sells her little house and rents a cheap apartment in center city Philadelphia where shes near the university and can work evenings in a department store. Jonathan finds her and lavishes her with expensive gifts. One year later, lonely and weary of her struggle, she allows him to trick her into marriage. He promises to help her to jump-start her career, a promise he immediately breaks, demanding they have a family first because of his age. Jonathans mother, elegant Millicent Holbrook, admires Jennys beauty and talent. She gives the couple a lovely Christmas wedding. She also encourages Jennys ambition and helps her open a boutique She introduces Jenny to Gary Durant, owner of a clothing factory in New York. He hires Jenny to design dresses for him, also prevails on her to model for him from time to time. Her talent saves his ailing business. Gary also introduces Jenny to wealthy businessmen who soon have her designing gowns for their wives and wedding gowns for their daughters. Jenny gives Jonathan a son they nickname LJ, meaning little Jon. Jonathans temper frightens his already nervous child. Jonathan becomes jealous of Jennys success as a designer and is perhaps jealous of the interest shown her by his mother, his brother Robert and two sisters, Jill and Myra. Jonathan spends most of his time at his hospital. Following the deaths of both his father and mother, he becomes an alcoholic and suffers a complete breakdown, during which time Jenny nurses him back to health. A fire at his hospital, in addition to his reckless spending, plunge Jonathan into debt and into the arms of a socialite who bails him out of trouble. By now, Jenny is quite wealthy, but he refuses her help. After accidentally seeing him kissing the socialite, Jenny has a violent fight with the woman, after which Jonathan strikes Jenny. She orders him out of the house he had built for her. When she seeks medical help for her bruised face, she learns shes pregnant but doesnt reveal this to Jonathan until they meet much later at Disney World when he is furious and threatens taking custody of the child. After her divorce, Tony comes to Philadelphia to help Jenny manage her businesses which now includes a lingerie factory she inherited from a friend. They move the factory to the suburbs, not far from her boutique thats located in a little Victorian house. Gus is aware that Jenny knows how he feels about her and is certain shell never
Categories: Fiction

Lessons Inherited

Lessons Inherited

Mom immediately said “YES!” and the two newly engaged love birds docked at
the other side of the lake and had a celebratory drink then went back to the
cottage. Everyone was asleep when they got back so Mom climbed into her
assigned ...

Author: Jeanette B. Norman

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781449752460

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 136

View: 543

An inspiring true story of how a little girl grew to be a woman of God even in the midst of suffering and tragedy and how her life inspired her daughter. Experience the joy and sorrow of this womans life and how God used all of these events to make her the person she was to become. Discover how God wants to use all of us in every circumstance to Glorify Him and run the race to which we were called according to His purpose.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Letters To God From Jenny

Letters To God From Jenny

Dear God, Thank-you, for the wonderful lady, that works at my Moms nursing
home. Her name is Pat. She is your God-send for Mom. The little bird book you
had me buy Mom, is being read daily to her. ... Mom. She loves birds and all of
nature.

Author: Jenny Cadwell

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781490860879

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 348

View: 917

This book is a collection of letters written by Jenny during the year 2000. It gives you a glimpse of her life and her special relationship with God. First and foremost, it is a book about her faith. You will find this book comforting, inspirational, and thought provoking.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

In the Year After Mom Died

In the Year After Mom Died

And then by extension, what about all living entities, but especially living entities
that have, like birds, mammals, and other ... was not Mom or even an incarnation
of Mom, it might have been some mysterious re-mingling out of some great love ...

Author: Tom Slattery

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595612031

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 326

View: 123

The author deals with grief and reflects on life and change following the death of his mother in 2006. Her treasure old house and the unintended influence of Arthur Miller are followed through this book.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Rare Birds

Rare Birds

Rare Birds celebrates the colorful diversity of a remarkable and accomplished family.

Author: Dan Bessie

Publisher: Untreed Reads

ISBN: 9781611872606

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page:

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What does a writer do when he's got a family that includes a blacklisted member of the Hollywood Ten, the brains behind Tony the Tiger and the Marlboro Man, a trio of gay puppeteers, the world's leading birdwatcher, 1960s hippies, a Dutch stowaway who served in an all-black regiment during the Civil War, and a convicted murderer? He tells their stories and secrets, illuminating 150 years of American history along the way. Dan Bessie begins his journey through the Bessie and Burnett family history with his great-grandfather in the cargo hold of a ship bound for New York on the storm-tossed Atlantic. What follows are stories of his grandfather's various entrepreneurial schemes, a grandmother who was voted "New York's Prettiest Shop Girl" (and who resisted the recruitment efforts of various city madams), and his uncle Harry's Turnabout Theater in Los Angeles (a renowned puppet theater drawing patrons as diverse as Shirley Temple, Ray Bradbury, and Albert Einstein). Through inherited journals and letters, Bessie comes to a new understanding of his father, Alvah, an actor and writer who fought in the Lincoln Brigade during the Spanish Civil War. Later, as a screenwriter, Alvah was blacklisted for his Communist sympathies and jailed as one of the Hollywood Ten. Alvah is only one of many colorful relatives who would go on to play key roles in the world. Bessie's research reveals many prominent people, from his grandmother's cousin Sidney Lenz who wrote Lenz on Bridge, a classic guide to the game, to Bessie's brother-in-law Wes Wilson who designed rock-and-roll posters for the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco during the 1960s and lived a counterculture existence vastly different from the bridge-mad Depression Era. Not to be outdone, Cousin Michael Bessie established his niche in publishing, co-founding Atheneum Press and shaping books by Anwar Sadat, Edward Albee, and Aldous Huxley. With an equally impressive career, Uncle Leo Burnett built the country's fifth largest advertising agency. A passion of a different sort led cousin Phoebe Snetsinger to travel all over the globe; during her lifetime she sighted 8,400 different birds-nearly 85 percent of the species known to exist. Rare Birds celebrates the colorful diversity of a remarkable and accomplished family. While their choices and professions run the gamut of the American experience in the twentieth century, the history of the nation can be traced in their lives as Bessie's passionate bids of a feather sing their unique songs across the decades and generations.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Meditations for Mothers

Meditations for Mothers

HEBREWS 10 : 24 – 25 Kearn from Other Mothers ost of what I know about
mothering I learned . ... Slowly , over 79 AND LET US CONSIDER HOW WE MAY
SPUR ONE When You're Lonely • Mommy Wars Love Birds • Is Your Way the
Only ...

Author: Elisa Morgan

Publisher: Zondervan Publishing Company

ISBN: 0310226546

Category: Religion

Page: 176

View: 720

In Meditations for Mothers, Elisa Morgan offers new mothers short, simple, and upbeat devotions to offer encouragement for those overwhelmed with the responsibilities associated with being a new mom. This poignant, uplifting devotional encourages women to practice the presence of God in their daily routine. The brief meditations are short enough to read in those moments between baths, snacks, diapers, naps, and playtime. As they build their daily "nest" in God's presence, moms will discover that although different seasons of motherhood come and go, God is always there. ABOUT THE AUTHORElisa Mo.
Categories: Religion

The Bruner Robinson Family History and Genealogy

The Bruner Robinson Family History and Genealogy

The food would all be placed in the warming oven to keep warm until she
returned . Mom loved flowers and birds . She always enjoyed being out doors
and listening to the birds sing . She often told us , “ I want to enjoy the flowers
while I live ...

Author: Gerald Joseph Bruner

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89082422403

Category:

Page: 732

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David Edward Bruner was born 6 July 1882 in Van Buren Township, Daviess County, Indiana. His parents were William Henry Bruner and Margaret Elizabeth Riggins. He married Edna Beulah Robinson (1891-1957), daughter of William Henry Robinson (1867-1951) and Mary Magdaline Fisher (1867-1934), in 1908 in Daviess County, Indiana. They had fourteen children. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in Germany, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Indiana, Illinois and Arkansas.
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Theo Cross

Theo Cross

... the construction in his spare time and was now running a fine brush with the
exact color over the contoured feathers—as if to bring the bird to life! Theo loved
owls in particular because, as his mom once told him, “They are the wisest of
birds.

Author: Albert J. D. Walsh

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781630872458

Category: Religion

Page: 140

View: 298

Theo Cross: A Life Lived under Grace is the touching story of a pastor's life as he grows in God's grace over the course of his stay in a hospital where he is being treated for cancer. The story recounts the central characters awakening to God's call to the pastoral ministry, the desire to deepen in his understanding of God, faith, hope, and a host of associated issues with following Christ as a disciple. The story discloses the character's growth in faith, hope, and love. Through a series of flashbacks and encounters with friends, family members, and other patients in a hospital, the reader experiences the spiritual journey of a man who, even though he faces death, continues to learn new and vital ways into rich and rewarding experiences of God's grace, mercy, and goodness.
Categories: Religion

Catalog of Copyright Entries

Catalog of Copyright Entries

Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105063091800

Category: American literature

Page:

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Categories: American literature

If Birds Fly Back

If Birds Fly Back

All during high school, I've carried my camcorder everywhere, gathering images
like magpies collect shiny objects. How can I explain that ... Mom's skin is five
shades darker than Dad's, but if you squint, the color differences blur. Even
before ...

Author: Carlie Sorosiak

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN: 9780062563989

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 448

View: 624

A sparkling debut about love, family, and the mysteries of the universe, perfect for fans of Jandy Nelson and Nicola Yoon. Linny has kept a journal of famous disappearances ever since her sister Grace ran away in the middle of the night. Sebastian is an aspiring astrophysicist with a working theory for everything—but the one thing he can’t figure out is the identity of his birth father. They haven’t met—yet—but Linny and Sebastian have one thing in common: an obsession with famous novelist and filmmaker Àlvaro Herrera, who who went missing three years ago and has just reappeared. As their lives converge around the mystery of Àlvaro, they begin to uncover the answers they’ve been looking for. With humor and heart, debut author Carlie Sorosiak weaves a story of searching for those who leave—and loving those who stay. "If Birds Fly Back feels like that last hazy, sun-drenched summer of high school, when you know you'll need to find your place in the world, but you're busy laughing and falling in love under starlit skies. It's the rarest author who can pull off laugh-out-loud hilarious, profound, and breathlessly romantic, all in the most sparkling prose. That shortlist includes Rainbow Rowell, Nicola Yoon, and now, Carlie Sorosiak."—Jeff Zentner, acclaimed author of The Serpent King and Goodbye Days
Categories: Young Adult Fiction

Commercial Prints and Labels

Commercial Prints and Labels

Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000059864189

Category: Copyright

Page:

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Categories: Copyright

Daily Meditations With Scripture for Busy Moms

Daily Meditations  With Scripture  for Busy Moms

Author: Patricia Robertson

Publisher: Acta Publications

ISBN: 0879460857

Category: Religion

Page: 255

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Robertson gives voice to, among others, the frustrated mother, the satisfied mother, the mother who is lonely, the mother who is an alcoholic, the mother who is widowed, and the mother of a pregnant and unmarried teenager. In uniting these voices, all mothers join a sacred sisterhood--daughters of our Creator.
Categories: Religion

The Meaning of Birds

The Meaning of Birds

My sister has owned my grief like it's hers. I've heard her talking to the boyfriend
du jour on the phone. Dramatizing my situation to make herself more interesting,
or needing, or something. It bothers me. Mom pats my leg as she drives. “Today ...

Author: Jaye Robin Brown

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN: 9780062824578

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 368

View: 315

“An evocative story of the thrills of first love and the anguish of first loss. This will break you and heal you.”—Julie Murphy, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Dumplin’ Not to be missed by fans of Nina LaCour and Becky Albertalli, this powerful novel—from the acclaimed author of Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit—paints a poignant portrait of love in the past, grief in the now, and the healing power of art. Before: Jess has always struggled with the fire inside her. But when she meets Vivi, everything changes. As they fall for each other, Vivi helps Jess deal with her anger and pain and encourages her to embrace her artistic talent. And suddenly Jess’s future is a blank canvas, filled with possibilities. After: When Vivi unexpectedly dies, Jess’s perfect world is erased. As she spirals out of control, Jess pushes away everyone around her and throws out her plans for art school. Because art is Vivi and Vivi is gone forever. Right when Jess feels at her lowest, she makes a surprising friend who just might be able to show her a new way to channel her rage, passion, and creativity. But will Jess ever be able to forge a new path for herself without Vivi? A beautiful exploration of first love and first loss, this novel effortlessly weaves together past and present to tell a profound story about how you can become whole again when it seems like you’ve lost the most important part of yourself.
Categories: Young Adult Fiction

Mother s Day Cute Floral Birds Mother s Day Gifts Under 10 Journal This Is a Blank Lined Diary That Makes a Perfect Mother s Day G

Mother s Day  Cute Floral Birds Mother s Day Gifts Under 10 Journal  This Is a Blank Lined Diary That Makes a Perfect Mother s Day G

The Ultimate Floral Mother's Day Blank Lined 120 Page 6X9 Journal For: Any Busy Mom on Mother's day.

Author: Paige Cooper

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1797613294

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 122

View: 676

The Ultimate Floral Mother's Day Blank Lined 120 Page 6X9 Journal For: Any Busy Mom on Mother's day. Funny Mother's Day Floral Journal Gift Gift For Moms Happy Mothers Day Stay At Home Dads Too Busy With Kids Baby Shower Gift Baby Reveal Stepmoms Adopted Moms #1 Mom God has blessed me with an amazing mother Happy Mother's Day I am honored to be your son/daughter I am so grateful and blessed to have a mom as wonderful as you I am so lucky to be your son/daughter I can always rely/count on you I know I wasn't easy to raise me I love my mom more than words can say I love you, Mom, with all my heart I'm so lucky to have you as my mom I'm still your little girl/boy It's your day for a change, Mom Mom's Day Funny Mothers Day Floral Blank Lined 6X9 Journal To Write Things in.
Categories: Family & Relationships