Three Mothers & a Cradle

Registered by wingHI77wing of Fort Myers, Florida USA on 6/15/2020
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Journal Entry 1 by wingHI77wing from Fort Myers, Florida USA on Monday, June 15, 2020
Women with wombs aglow,

they hold their dreams
as the weight of a cooing baby.

Journal Entry 2 by wingHI77wing at Fort Myers, Florida USA on Monday, June 15, 2020

Released 3 mos ago (6/14/2020 UTC) at Fort Myers, Florida USA


This book is part of the 2020 Birthday Group! :)

I had been trying to find a good book as a blind date for you...

But too many of them admitted they only wanted you for your sexy bum!! The nerve! So I had quite a challenge weeding them out.

Here's to hoping I've made you a 'match made in heaven.' ;)

Journal Entry 3 by wingover-the-moonwing at Lausanne, Vaud Switzerland on Saturday, July 04, 2020
Goodness gracious, this book has been on my wishlist since 2005! I can't remember who recommended it... but I'm really looking forward to reading it. When the intriguing green parcel landed in my mailbox I couldn't decide whether to keep it wrapped up till my birthday or open it straight away; I'm afraid that my curiosity got the better of me. But seeing that it's July 4, why not celebrate a little bit already! Thank you so much, HI77, for digging this one out! I might put it away in the birthday box, but as I had a health scare this week, it might also be a good idea to stop thinking about the future and "seize the day" from now on. After all, I have waited 15 years!

Journal Entry 4 by wingover-the-moonwing at Lausanne, Vaud Switzerland on Saturday, July 11, 2020
I'm feeling slightly guilty because I really should have saved this till my birthday in November but I was in the mood for something easy and romantic, and this was just the job. It is in fact three stories, each featuring a cradle that is built by the father in the first story, which is the one I liked the best - Adam Stroud, a trapper, rescues a woman who has lost her memory, gives her the name Sarah and takes her for his wife (though she might well be married to someone else...). The characters are really nice.
The other two stories are rather slushy and romantic love stories linked by the same wooden cradle, but I liked the way they both turned out.

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