Beth Kesler

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Beth Kesler

Category Audiobooks
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description Includes a cynical mystery, humorous romance, whimsical comedy, frightening thriller, and authoritative self-help selections
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
and except from The Mischief of the Mistletoe by Lauren Willig. Mr. Fitzhugh, Mr Fitzhugh, you forgot your pudding! She called, waving the pudding in the air when the second man in one day knocked the breath out of her by taking a flying leap of the pudding she held in her hand. I need that pudding, he growled. Give it over. No gasp, Arabella. People couldn't just go about taking other people's puddings. It was positively on British. Hey, Arabella heard the heavy thrown off booted feet against the cobblestones with a powerful push. Her attacker was lifted up and away from her as a large fist connected with his jaw, sending him sprawling backward. Are you all right, Miss Dempsey? Did the cat hurt? You know, said Arabella, forbearing to mention her backside and just your pudding. Although the pudding said Mr Fitzhugh, I don't think anyone will bother with it now, said Arabella regarding The Gooey ball philosophically, although that man seemed to want it rather badly. Founding Mothers By COKIE Roberts George Lucas brought his English wife and daughters to South Carolina in 17 34 to claim three plantations. Before long, however, Lucas left for Antigua, leaving his 16 year old daughter in charge of all the properties, plus her ailing mother and toddler sister. Can you imagine a 16 year old girl today being handed those responsibilities? Eliza Lucas willingly took them on because she reported to her father on her management decisions and developed the habit of copying her letters. Eliza's writings are some of the few from colonial women that have survived. Eliza wrote to a friend in England in 17 40. I have the business of three plantations to transact, which requires much writing and more business and fatigue of other sorts than you can imagine. But lest you should imagine it to badness, um, toe a Gallup my early time of life give me leave to answer you, I assure you. I think myself happy and by rising very Ali find I can go through much business. And she did at home in Mitford by Jan Karen. Put your sport coat home, she said, Who were in the world for? Well, just do it if you don't mind. Isn't this the same printer we've been using? He doesn't wear a sport coat. Hey, Datil, just trust me on this and put your sport coat on. You might call me a hair a little to as they put on a sport coat, She went to the door through it open and shouted, Here it comes. He stared into a veritable sea of smiling faces and they were all singing. Happy birthday from In Harm's way by Irene Hannan. Miss Sutton, I'd like to get some contact information before you leave. In case you have any questions about the notes you took, she sent appointed glance toward the blank page of his notebook. I wasn't sure what to write. Your story is very peculiar. I know that. And I don't blame you for being skeptical. Agent Bradley, if I were in your shoes, I'd have had the same reaction. I just felt the need to follow through. I've done that now. I intend to walk away. Thanks for your time. Before you go. Would you do one favor for me? What? Pick up the doll. Her complexion went a shade paler. She took a step back. I rather not Miss Sutton. I'll be honest. I've had my share of tips like this through the years. None amounted to anything that makes me skeptical. I'm curious to see this reaction you describe. Physical evidence is difficult to refute. She hesitated, All right. Taken from parenting with love and logic by Klein and Faye. A chorus off. Oh yeah, that stuff is gross can spoil the dinner table joy. And when dinner table problems arise, the table becomes less an arena for love than a ground for battle. But not to worry. 11. Logic Parent scoops up her kids plates and says, Run along, kids. We'll see you at breakfast later on that evening, when the hungry kids air raiding the refrigerator, Mom says You've just eaten a dollar 95 worth of food. How do you want to pay me cash or from your allowance? The choice is yours. As with so many things, problems with eating can be eliminated when using thinking words instead of fighting words.