Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Food For Thought...

"You gain strength, and courage, and confidence by each experience in which we really stop to look fear in the face. You must do that which we think we cannot."

Eleanor Roosevelt


Eleanor Roosevelt was a remarkable woman. Someday, when I have some spare time on my hands (LOL) I'd like to read and learn more about her.

Thanks for hanging out with me here and at Plotmonkeys yesterday. I had a great time.

And, Liza! Wow!! Thank you for the fantastic review!! That was awesome and I really, really appreciate it!!

I'm off to Raleigh to spend the day with Son #1. One of the greatest things about a virtual book tour, is that you can be in two places at once. I'll also be visiting with Rachel Brimble today! Drop by and say hello if you have a second.

I hope all of you have a great day!!
Peace and love,
Alannah

5 comments:

Paula R said...

Hey Alannah, two places at once...I will defo drop in to show the love. Enjoy Raleigh with son #1. Girl, you had a wonderful showing in the jungle yesterday. Not many people get that many visitors. See you around the blogosphere.

Peace and love,
Paula R.

Liza said...

Have fun with #1 son today.

You are totally welcome on the review. I only wrote my thoughts about Savin' Me, which I totally loved.

Paula R said...

I completely neglected the quote for today. I love it. Eleanor Roosevelt knew a thing or two about looking fear in the face. I might have to steal it for my FB status today.

Peace and love,
Paula R.

Alannah Lynne said...

Just got back from Raleigh, retrieved son #2 from driver's ed (I don't think I can call him kidlet anymore if he's taking driver's ed!), went out and grabbed a totally unhealthy Zaxby's dinner and I'm exhausted. LOL

It was a great group at Plotmonkeys yesterday. One of the best days I've ever had!

Thanks for dropping by the other blog, Paula. I'd have been a lonely girl over there if you hadn't!! LOL

Have a great night!

Paula R said...

No worries, chica! That's what friends are for, right? Glad you had a great time with son #1 in Raleigh. I suspect son #2 will be very excited to not be called kidlet now that he is learning to drive...LOL!! I hope you have a wonderful night as well. Talk to you tomorrow.

Peace and love,
Paula R.