Дочитала "Асю" Ивана Сергеевича Тургенева в рамках марафона #вспомнить_все_тургенев
Так легко после прочтения различных литературных произведений мне еще не было. При всей трагичности истории, от повести веет легким, свежим ветерком. Тургенев настолько живописен, что невольно оказываешься в этом самом месте действия, которое он описывает. Видишь лунную дорожку на речке, беспечную и странную девушку Асю, которая поправляет платье и убегает, серьезного Ганина, трудящимся над своим этюдом, ну и конечно, главного героя, чьи чувства от простого любопытства перерастают в вожделение и страсть. На тонком уровне после прочтения, начинаешь глубже понимать истину, что ни один человек не появляется в нашей жизни просто так. А еще, близкие люди всегда рядом, только рассмотри. Даже если они тебя покидают, они все равно остаются близкими и родными сердцу.
Иван Сергеевич привнес свет и простоту в мою любовь к темной, странной, сложной и загадочной литературе. Обязательно прочту весь сборник.
"I am on a curiosity Voyage and I need my paddles to travel, Books are my Paddles"..-Dustin Henderson
We would like to invite you to join our bookclub📚 #leadersreadbookclub . We have the below lined up:
✔ Monthly reading of books and meet up to discuss and share our perspectives of the book so that we can both learn from different people.
✔ Children storytelling events
✔ Self development workshops
And not forgetting the member discounts 😊 🌸How do you Join? Contact us through the numbers on our bio.
One of my favorite moments of the day is when Ryan and I read a few books to Colin. We've just given Colin a bath and his head smells like an orange creamsicle. He's just nursed and he's completely content to just melt into Ryan and I as we snuggle and read. I pick and book and then Ryan picks a book. Well, Ryan always picks the same book. I got him "Dada" by Jimmy Fallon for Father's Day and he chooses it every night. I can't tell who enjoys it more, Ryan or Colin. I hold Colin in my lap while Ryan makes animal noises from the book. Colin squeals or gives a big 4-tooth grin and topples over backwards into my arms. He sits back up, we turn the page, and he squeals and topples over again. Every. Single. Page. I laugh every time. As I'm writing this I feel a warmth in my chest. Goodness gracious, this is love. The kind of love that you'd move mountains for. All of this from a little ten minute window at the end of the day 💜
Here are a few of our favorites: "Dada" by Jimmy Fallon. @jimmyfallon
"Close Your Eyes" by Kate Banks. "The House in the Night" by Susan Marie Swanson. "The Pout-Pout Fish" by Deborah Diesen. "Goodnight Moon" by Margaret Wise Brown. *This one was my favorite growing up and it makes me so happy that Colin loves it too!
Do you have any favorite books for your little ones or from your childhood?
"Heroes aren't always the ones who win," she said. "They're the ones who lose, sometimes. But they keep fighting, they keep coming back. They don't give up. That's what makes them heroes"
So I got the Shadowhunters Codex and I couldn't be more excited! Look at how gorgeous it is!😍
Who has read these series? What were your thoughts about it😊?
I’ve never been one to be able to just sit down and read😂 It takes me FOREVER to read one book front to back. And by the time I’m half way in, I typically lose interest and just give it up. So teaching bridger to love reading has been one of my #1 goals. He’s made my goal so easy because he seriously LOVES books!💕 We’ve added these @good_night_books to our bed time routine, they are the cutest books! Our current favorites are Good Night Dozer and Good Night Dallas/Fort Worth. They have all the US States and so many cute options!📚 #goodnightbooks
Lara, Bel e Carol, amiguinhas há mais de 5 anos, na sala infantil da biblioteca... Tinham acabado de tomar o cambau em um evento marcado pra 11h e cancelado em cima da hora, numa faltinha de respeito básica do brasileiro. Ia rolar narração de contos - "Caça ao Tesouro"- com Rose Camilio, cuja estrutura traria tesouros e aventuras, instigando o público a brincar de detetive). No da tarde, 15h, haveria jogos cênicos, com Tininha Cavalcanti - "Mandalas&Esconde-esconde". Tudo cancelado 😣 Importante dizer que a biblioteca não tem culpa...
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Anxiety is a worry about 'future' events, whereas fear, is a reaction to 'current' events.
Anxiety can cause considerable psychological stress and also lead to a host of other physical symptoms such as, an elevated heart rate, insomnia and nausea.
Anxiety can be normal and is even appropriate in certain situations, but if experienced regularly, an individual may suffer from an anxiety disorder.
There are a number of anxiety disorders: including generalized anxiety disorder, specific phobia, social anxiety disorder, separation anxiety disorder, agoraphobia, panic disorder, and selective mutism.
These types of disorders occur about twice as often in females as in males, and generally begin before the age of 25. The most common anxiety disorders are 'specific phobias' which affects nearly 12% and 'social anxiety disorder' which affects 10% of the population at some point in their life.
Without treatment, anxiety disorders tend to linger. Treatment may include lifestyle changes, therapy, and antianxiety medications.
Art: This image by Don Kenn perfectly captures the horrible burden of anxiety.
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So...today is the 21st of July. And it just so happens the next chapter I’m reading is S.K.’s new book just happens to take place on the 21st and 22nd. With any other author, I’d chalk this up to coincidence but this is King we’re talking about here!
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Amid the grandeur of the remote Pacific Northwest stands Kingcome, a village so ancient that, according to Kwakiutl myth, it was founded by the two brothers left on earth after the great flood. The Native Americans who still live there call it Quee, a place of such incredible natural richness that hunting and fishing remain primary food sources.
But the old culture of totems and potlatch is being replaces by a new culture of prefab housing and alcoholism. Kingcome's younger generation is disenchanted and alienated from its heritage. And now, coming upriver is a young vicar, Mark Brian, on a journey of discovery that can teach him—and us—about life, death, and the transforming power of love.