A second card this week:
I would like to enter this card for the following challenges:
PFP 330 CAS
Aliciabel 14 Don't be a square
Here are some pictures of my baby mice to make you squeal :)
Finally an audio book review
Bring me home by Alan Titchmarsh
The story starts at the end, with a party and a confession about to occur. Then we go back in time and travel through the main characters past – Charlie Stuart – who owns a Scottish castle in the highlands. With plenty of ups and downs and lots of obstacles to overcome, this is a very interesting story, and you are constantly wondering what the confession that will change the lives of his grown children is going to be. The cause does not become evident until the last disc of the book, but the history is required to understand why it is such a big deal. Unfortunately I think Alan Titchmarsh is too well known and I didn’t find that his voice portrayed the emotions of the story very well, but the story itself is very captivating. A man of many talents.