Dacă Eva tot are valenţe de viitoare fashonistă, m-am gândit să nu ar strica să accept varianta unui photo shooting, care va fi realizat în pragul sărbătorilor, iar Eva va apărea pe coperta revistei Baby din luna Decembrie. Pentru Unica am mai scris anii trecuţi de câteva ori iar propuneri de colaborare au mai fost. Am respins ideea sedinţelor foto pentru că mi se părea ceva mult prea extravagant, mai ales pentru copilul meu. Adică preferam să văd alţi prichindei defilând în timp ce erau fotografiaţi. Cu Eva am fost o dată la o sedinţă de genul, dar a fost un chin. Nu reuşeam sub nicio formă să o fac să stea cum îi spunea fotograful.
Apoi o să o duc la Teatrul Ţăndărică, să vedem dacă are vreo treabă cu lumea scenică. Pentru că Alba ca Zăpada este una dintre preferatele ei, va avea şansa să joace în piesă. Sunt curioasă dacă i se va părea interesant, captivat, fiind ea acolo. Teatrul îi place, asta ştiu sigur. Dar îi place din perspectiva unui spectator. Acum inversăm rolurile.
În ultimile zile totul a fost numai o alergătură, n-am avut timp de niciunele, şi mereu am fost pe picior de plecare. Săptămâna asta am reuşit să citesc trei cărţi, lucru de care sunt mândră.
The boy who said No: An escape to freedom – Patti Sheehy
The Boy Who Said No is based on the life story of Frank Mederos, who was born and raised in Guanabacoa,Cuba. Through a number of childhood experiences and the influence of his grandfather, Frank grew to despise the policies of his government.
As Frank matures, he falls in love, is drafted into the army and becomes a member of Castro’s Special Forces, making him privy to top-secret military information and placing him in direct conflict with some of the most powerful people in the Cuban military. He becomes a p-tur operator, defects, and escapes from Cuba in the manner described.
Orphan Train – Christina Baker Kline
Orphan Train is a gripping story of friendship and second chances from Christina Baker Kline, author of Bird in Hand and The Way Life Should Be.
Penobscot Indian Molly Ayer is close to “aging out” out of the foster care system. A community service position helping an elderly woman clean out her home is the only thing keeping Molly out of juvie and worse…
As she helps Vivian sort through her possessions and memories, Molly learns that she and Vivian aren’t as different as they seem to be. A young Irish immigrant orphaned in New York City, Vivian was put on a train to the Midwest with hundreds of other children whose destinies would be determined by luck and chance.
Molly discovers that she has the power to help Vivian find answers to mysteries that have haunted her for her entire life – answers that will ultimately free them both.
Rich in detail and epic in scope, Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline is a powerful novel of upheaval and resilience, of unexpected friendship, and of the secrets we carry that keep us from finding out who we are.
Hello Love – Karen McQuestion
From the bestselling author of The Long Way Home comes a charming novel about two strangers who find a second chance at happiness when they’re brought together by one extraordinary dog.
A year after the death of his wife, Christine, Dan is barely holding on. But one thing gets him through the long, lonely nights and that is his cherished dog, Anni. When she is stolen from his front yard, Dan and his daughter, Lindsay, are devastated. Meanwhile in another part of town, Andrea Keller is recovering from the heartbreak of a messy divorce. After she rescues a defenseless dog from an abusive tenant, her life changes in ways she never could have anticipated.
Dan and Andrea cross paths again and again, only to keep missing each other and the opportunity of a lifetime. As Anni works to find her way home, can she bring together these two lost souls desperately in need of a second chance at happiness?
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