Some Wildflower In My Heart

At a time of such societal turbulence this powerful novel of love and friendship overcoming barriers of bitterness, anger and distrust is a timely one. Jamie Langston Turner is skilled at weaving together the stories of two women becoming unlikely friends. Margaret, the narrator and primary protagonist, shares her life story bit by bit as she describes the brief crossing of paths between her and the secondary protagonist, Birdie. In addition to writing a story, Jamie also introduces additional literature, scientific facts, and actual historical events and news headlines (some of which I looked up), thus making her written work both a compelling read and an informative one. In summary, I can truthfully say that Margaret’s life wasn’t the only one impacted by Birdie; she changed mine as well.

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Aloha! This blog is a window into the active mind of a wife, mother, woman and individual. I may be busy every moment of every day, but I still have time to think. Many seasons have blossomed and faded within my life, and this blog has endured through all of them. It is safe to say that my writing has matured because of them. I hope that you will be inspired to think in fresh ways as you read my writing. To Jesus be all the glory.
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