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  1. I recently finished A Million Little Things, and liked it very much. I’m looking forward to Season 5. As for that type of drama, I don’t think it’s as good as This Is Us (which to me, the writing is brilliant), but it is very engaging, and raises all kinds of important social issues.

  2. I watched Million Little Things last yr and I couldn’t stop!
    Then I watched This Is Us and I was hooked! I think that show was even better!
    Hope u and everyone else is having a great weekend!

  3. He is a wonderful author. I recommend his books…especially This Tender Land, & Secrets we Keep! Enjoy!!

  4. Your current shows and books sound interesting. I read “Where the Crawdads Sing” after you had mentioned it here and truly enjoyed it. A Million Little Things sounds gripping. I was late to comment on your previous post on streaming shows, but would recommend Endeavor if you haven’t seen it yet. It’s available on Prime and also PBS Masterpiece.

  5. I am looking for another good read. Just finished where the crawdads sing so I need a new book. I will see if I can get this one. Thanks for the recommendation. Have a great weekend.

  6. Yep, another Million Little Things fan here! Sooo many twists and turns… And another arthritic hand here, wishing it could do more!

  7. I am wearing a wrist/ thumb glove to help the hurt from my arthritic hands from sewing all these years but I plow ahead as it is my tranquil serenity every day to play with fabrics and embroidery. It’s help to keep it stable and I sure am not as fast anymore. Still very satisfying for me to create. I read at night. I watched Million Little Things on ABC and the 3rd and 4th year just gripped me weekly with their current story lines. My daughters both watch it as well so we use to converse each week. So much you can relate to in families and every day coping with relationships.

    1. I wore those on my wrists. Now that wouldn’t even help. It’s hard for me to hold a book open to read it.

  8. I read Ordinary Grace a couple of years ago. I didn’t much like it until I read page 194 which is the father’s sermon. Because of what he said, I want this book to be always in my library.

  9. So much intrigue in what you’re watching and reading! I’m sure both are keeping you on your toes.
    I’m going to spend my day with needles, thread and fabric. 🙂
    Have a wonderful day, Brenda!

    1. If not for arthritis in my hands, I would be joining you. I sure do miss needles, thread, and fabric.

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