Until recently, it didn't occur to me that girls cheered each other on and were great support systems for each other. I'd always concluded they were drama queens and pompous sissies, the lot of them. Talkative, loud and clueless. Perhaps,... Continue Reading →
We should stop tearing each other down. Let's not be the cause of other people's tears.... Read up on the blog.
The book follows the life of Ruth, a ghostwriter, born to a Chinese woman and an American doctor who died when she was little girl. It follows her frustration; growing with an uneducated Chinese mother who spoke little English in... Continue Reading →