I can think about a homemade apple pie baking in the oven with its fresh sliced apples, cinnamon, and nutmeg, the melted butter and filling drizzling over the sides. I can almost smell it, even taste it. Can you?
Read alsoMy Doppelganger and Me
I never believed in stuff like ghosts and body doubles, but when I come face to face with my very own doppelganger I change my mind. He does things I always wanted to do but didn't have the courage. But I fear he's gone too far.
In the story “Chocolate Chip Morsels,” when one person gives what they have to someone who doesn’t deserve it, what can we expect?
How do you know when to listen to your heart and when to listen to others? In “Gift for Mama” we learn this very valuable lesson.
At times you should ask for help. At other times you need to step up and “Butter Your Own Corn.” Each chocolate chip morsel found in this book will portray character-building insight for the child in you.
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