Waiting for Wonder by Marlo Schalesky | Blog Tour and Live on God’s Timing Giveaway

Because God’s timing is so rarely our own and we lose the wonder in the waiting of life, desperation strikes, plans backfire, and we begin to wonder why God does not fill the emptiness. Be encouraged to find strength and hope in Marlo Schalesky’s new book, Waiting for Wonder. Journey into the heart of God where you will wrestle with personal questions, think deeply about God’s true character, and learn to appreciate His divine work as you discover your own path to the promised land. Recapture your hope, restore your soul, and renew your vision of a wondrous Savior when you learn to live on God’s time.

Learn the true purpose of waiting on God and living on His timeline and enter to win Marlo’s giveaway.

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One grand prize winner will receive:

  • Two copies of Waiting for Wonder (one for you and one to give to a friend)
  • A KEEP Collective watch set (with a band and watch)

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Enter today by clicking the icon below, but hurry! The giveaway ends on December 23. The winner will be announced December 27 on Marlo’s blog.

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{More about Waiting for Wonder}

Waiting for Wonder: Learning to Live on God’s Timeline (Abingdon Press, November 2016)

What if, in this waiting, God is calling us to more?

It’s easy to believe God when a promise is new. It’s hard when the years pass and nothing changes. It’s even harder when desperation strikes, your plans backfire, and still God does not fill the emptiness. But what if, in this waiting, God is calling us to more?

Join author Marlo Schalesky on a unique, contemplative journey to reveal the wonder that is often missed when we find ourselves struggling to wait well. Walking through the life of the biblical character Sarah, one who knows what it means to wait, you will discover a glimpse of God’s character that will give you strength to keep hoping and praying for the desires of your heart.

Waiting for Wonder is a journey into the heart of God where you will wrestle with personal questions, think deeply about God’s true character, and learn to appreciate His divine work as you discover your own path to the promised land. Recapture your hope, restore your soul, and renew your vision of a wondrous Savior when you learn to live on God’s time.

Leader guide also available.

Learn more and purchase a copy.

Marlo Schalesky

{More About Marlo Schalesky}

Marlo Schalesky is an award-winning author of ten books, including “Wrestling with Wonder: A Transformational Journey Through the Life of Mary.” A regular speaker and columnist, she has also published nearly 1,000 articles in various Christian magazines, including “Focus on the Family,” “Today’s Christian Woman,” “In Touch,” and “Marriage Partnership.” Marlo lives with her husband, six young children, nine horses, two dogs, five cats, two parakeets, ten rabbits, two chinchillas, three hamsters, and a bunch of fish in a log home in Salinas, California.

Find out more about Marlo at http://www.marloschalesky.com.

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Journey into the heart of God’s timing

Marlo Schalesky walks readers through the wonder of waiting

12/8/2016 || Seattle: In today’s culture, waiting can seem like a constant nuisance. Whether it’s waiting in line, at the doctor’s office or in traffic, we are often presented with the struggle of not being in control of our own time. Likewise, believing God when a promise is new is easy, but it’s hard when the years pass and nothing changes. It’s harder still when desperation strikes, plans backfire and God does not seem to fill the emptiness. In Waiting for Wonder: Learning to Live on God’s Timeline (Abingdon Press/November 1, 2016/ISBN: 9781501820106/$16.99), Marlo Schalesky encourages readers to think differently about our waiting periods of life.

The idea of waiting is directly opposed to our culture’s incessant message of quick results, instant gratification and personal success. We’re taught that setting our mind, dreaming big and taking action are all that’s needed to make a change. God, however, has a different plan. In Waiting for Wonder, Schalesky takes readers on a unique, contemplative journey examining the life of Abraham’s wife, Sarah, to reveal the wonder that is often missed when we find ourselves struggling to wait well. “God’s timing is so very often not our timing,” Schalesky states. “My own heart shrinks from a life filled with decades of promises still not come true, of desperate prayers that groan through months turned to years. I wrestle with the wonder of waiting.”

Each chapter recounts a significant event in Sarah’s life and an important discovery about God’s character that is revealed during times of waiting. Through Sarah’s experiences, readers can better understand God’s glory shines brightest when human plans go awry, human strength falters and human efforts fail. Like Sarah, the author also had a 20-year journey through infertility, yet Waiting for Wonder was written to apply to waiting in all areas of life. During her own wait, Schalesky described herself as trying, praying and hoping “everything” while she also kicked, screamed, complained and cried. But God changed her in the waiting place. “God made me into someone new. The waiting place turned out to be a place where God was especially active. In it, I found a place of wonder.”

Schalesky shows readers waiting well is not in mustering up the right words or persona of faithfulness. Rather, it is only through engaging with God, encountering Him when we’re mad at Him, disappointed or despairing, that He can work deep, significant change. God takes the very things that cause the most pain and shame and transforms them — in His time — for His glory.

Waiting for Wonder is a journey into the heart of God where readers will wrestle with personal questions, think deeply about God’s true character and learn to appreciate His divine work while discovering their own paths to the Promised Land. As they learn to live on God’s time, readers will recapture their hope, restore their souls and renew their vision of a wondrous Savior.

For those who would like to use the book for group study and discussion, a leader guide (ISBN: 9781501823589/ $12.99) is also available containing everything needed for a six-week conversation.

Advance Praise

“Can a book calm you and stimulate you simultaneously? Waiting for Wonder settles the angst of the modern soul long enough to carve out a quiet space where a reader can receive the challenge to follow Jesus deeper. Schalesky’s words quietly slipped into my soul where God used them to wedge loose rock-hard places to make room for transformation and life.”
     ~ Lori Stanley Roeleveld, author of Jesus and the Beanstalk

Waiting for Wonder doesn’t merely reveal Marlo Schalesky’s elegance with language, devotion to the unfailing truth of God’s Word and her ability to discover wonder-filled moments. The book does what all good books should: It invites us to think. And in the thinking and pondering, our hearts are opened to how God infuses breathless wonder in our waiting.”
     ~ Cynthia Ruchti, speaker and author of Ragged Hope and Tattered and Mended

About the Author

Marlo Schalesky is an award-winning author of 10 books, including both fiction and non-fiction. Her novels have garnered the high honors of the Christy Award and ACFW Book of the Year. Schalesky’s non-fiction releases include Wrestling with Wonder: A Transformational Journey through the Life of Mary (Zondervan) and the latest, Waiting for Wonder: Learning to Live on God’s Timetable (Abingdon Press).

More than 1,000 of Schalesky’s articles have been published in various Christian magazines, including Focus on the Family, Today’s Christian Woman and In Touch. She has contributed devotional books for couples and children. She is a speaker and regular columnist for David C Cook’s Power for Living.

Schalesky is a graduate of Stanford University and has earned her Master’s in Theology, with an emphasis in Biblical Studies, from Fuller Theological Seminary. She is the founder and president of Wonder Wood Ranch, a California charitable organization bringing hope to a hurting community through horses.

Schalesky lives with her husband, six children and a crazy number of animals at her log-home ranch on California’s central coast.

Suggested interview questions

—What compelled you to write a book on waiting for wonder?

—Why do you think we need to learn to wait at all? Isn’t it better to do something instead?

—Can you tell us a little bit about your personal experience with waiting and why you wrote Waiting for Wonder?

—You also say our world, our culture, doesn’t help us wait well. What do you mean by that?

—You say walking with Sarah, Abraham’s wife, will help us learn to live on God’s timetable. Why do you think Sarah, given all of her mistakes, should be our guide for waiting well with God?

—Can you give us one tip for waiting well you learned through Sarah’s journey?

—Sarah was known for her barrenness — the source of all her shame — yet that is the exact thing God used to change the world. Does God still take the marks of our shame and make them into the signs of His purposes?

—What advice to you have for when we don’t wait well and mess up by trying to take matters into our own hands?

—What encouragement do you have for the person who feels trapped by the dusty dryness of waiting and is struggling to see God?

—What surprises you most about waiting, now that you’ve walked through Sarah’s journey and much of your own?

To request a review copy of Waiting for Wonder, to schedule an interview with Marlo Schalesky or for more information, please contact Audra Jennings, audra@litfusegroup.com.

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  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    Waiting for Wonder: Learning to Live on God’s Timeline by Marlo Schalesky is a book filled with personal insights and wisdom of the term. Using Sarah’s story in the Bible, our Book of Truth, the author guided us in diving into Sarah’s story of waiting. It is the kind of book that will enlighten you every time you dive into it, even if it’s a repeat, because there is joy in the wonder.

    Written by Just Commonly on January 14, 2017

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    I loved the “Sarai tells the story” parts in the book. Those moments almost felt like biblical fiction, but not. It really made see that story from a different perspective and I found that fascinating.

    Written by Christian Bookshelf Reviews on January 10, 2017

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    One thing we often hear as Christian’s is “Just wait on God’s timing!” Easier said than done. Many of us hate waiting. It’s not a lack of trust in God, just impatience. But deep down, it really is a lack of trust. This book guides us through those feelings and the solutions we can use to work through them. By far one of the best books I read in 2016!

    Written by The Librarian’s Bookshelf on January 1, 2017

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    This book is a unique and fascinating look at our journey to become closer to God. The author guides us to help reveal the wonder that is our walk with Jesus. Using biblical characters as guides.

    Written by The Young Girl Who Loved Books on January 1, 2017

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Marlo’s Schalesky take on Sarah’s story is so original. I loved reading how she imagined the way Sarah felt and what she was going through. There were many things I learned from reading this book. Waiting for Wonder was exactly what I needed, as I am in a period of waiting myself! I was encouraged and strengthened by reading this book and allowing God to use it to teach me.

    Written by Dixie n Dottie on December 29, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    Waiting is hard but there is much to be learned from the story of Sarah in the Bible. This book helps you to learn from this story.

    Written by A Room Without Books Is Empty on December 28, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    Waiting for Wonder is a book that caught me by surprise with Marlo’s understanding of both God and the human heart. There are gems in this book when the author names truth so honestly it takes your breath away. She carefully reveals God’s loving nature in a way that shows a deep and profound understanding of Him. This is not a one note book but a symphony of love and patience and acceptance. Revealing a God who is bigger than most of us ever can believe. She also puts her finger on the painful truths that most of us privately harbor in our hearts and by naming them allows the reader to examine the holes in such beliefs. “

    Written by atrustworthysaying on December 28, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    The human race can be impatient and harried. I personally battle trying to “make things happen” on my timeline.

    When things don’t happen how or when we want them to, we often feel as though we have failed or God has forgotten about us.

    It’s easy to forget that our timeline isn’t always the same as God’s timeline.

    Those who feel like they are stuck in a “between place” should give Waiting for Wonder a whirl. They might find their whole outlook has changed.

    Written by Neverending Stories on December 27, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    It is one thing to read a Christian inspirational work where the author takes her experience, discusses it, and refers to verses from the Bible to strengthen her writings. It is an entirely different level of depth that is found when an author takes experiences & people from the Bible, discusses them, humanifies the person, explains how God grew them and used them, and THEN blends in her own story after having laid down a biblical foundation. Marlo Schalesky accomplished this example of depth in her book, Waiting for Wonder.

    Written by Rockin’ My Mom Jeans on December 27, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    This book was just the kind of book I needed to read. Sometimes it feels like all you do in life is wait on God to move and sometimes it seems like it is the last thing He is going to do. This book was freshingly honest and very humbling to read, drawing heavily on scriptures and her own personal experiences this book was a wonderful read.

    Written by The Perfect Beginning on December 27, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    Waiting is hard – no two ways about it – I can’t think of many who enjoy waiting. And for good reasons…..because waiting is not easy….we can begin to lose hope if the waiting continues too long as well. I think that is why I so enjoyed Marlo Schalesky’s book, Waiting for Wonder. She shows, through the life of Sarah in the Bible, how waiting can also bring joy and blessing. There can be wonder in waiting and Schalesky brilliantly points this out to her readers.

    Written by In the Pages on December 27, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    Waiting is rarely easy. Waiting for God can be a whole different experience altogether. I’ve been there…I’m there now. My husband and I are waiting to see if God will heal our unborn baby or if He will call this precious gift home with Him. Waiting is tough. It tests you, like…..deep down. Marlo’s book Waiting for Wonder is a great comfort and informative tool for the waiting process.

    Written by JoJo’s Corner on December 24, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    I am impressed by Marlo Schalesky’s Waiting for Wonder, a moving and thought provoking study of Sarah and Abraham, with an emphasis on personal application. Each chapter covers a defining moment in Sarah’s life and consists of biblical teaching, personal experiences that were eye opening for the author, and creative vignettes written from Sarah’s perspective. It reminds us that not only is God in control, but His plans are being carried out in our times of waiting, when we’re in the dark – and that, rather than a place, what we’re really longing for is a Person. Perfect for personal study, but would also work well in a small group setting.

    Written by The Power of Words on December 23, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    This book spoke so deeply to my heart. I could really relate to the waiting part we sometimes have to do as believers. It’s not always easy but after reading this book, I’m realizing that God has a purpose in it and is probably allowing His best work to be done in me through the waiting.

    Written by More Of Him on December 23, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    In this book, Marlo has combined her remarkable fiction skills with her academic prowess – a Master of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary. That may sound like an odd combination – and it is. But Marlo pulls it off with aplomb. The result is an engaging read, peppered with historical and theological facts. And then she tops it all off with personal application and challenging questions.

    Written by An Ordinary Woman Pursing Splendor on December 23, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    The reader will walk through Sarah’s life. Her life of disappointment, doubt, and detours to discover God in the “not yet” places of life as we wonder in the waiting.

    Written by New Horizon Reviews on December 23, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    Love how Marlo takes a little known Biblical woman and helps us see this period of waiting that most of us are in – for some thing – and helps us see God’s perfect timing in all of it and some of the things he might be doing in us. She does this creatively with writing and pulling in the truth of the Word that will change our hearts through the power of the Spirit.

    Written by kcreatives on December 22, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    Waiting for Wonder is a book to take your time with and highlight and make notes as you read. I like the parts in each chapter that tell Sarah’s story from her possible point of view. I like all the backstory Marlo provides to the time period of Sarah, giving me a better understanding of her life and what it meant for her to be barren. I love how Marlo points out that God chose Sarah because she was barren. “The biblical account affirms that God looks barrenness in the face and makes his promise anyway. Or perhaps it would be more accurate to say he promises because. From the beginning of Sarai’s “chosenness” God chose the impossible, he chose to transform, he chose the redemption of her shame, and ours. He did not call a fertile woman to birth a nation. He chose a barren one…on purpose.

    Written by snidbits on December 22, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    A great book to help you release your doubts about God’s infinite wisdom and His timing.
    Many wait and wonder about God’s timing in their lives and wish they knew the answers.
    Marlo includes personal stories followed and backed up by scripture that will refresh your spirit.

    Written by http://www.myjourneyback-thejourneyback.blogspot.com on December 22, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    This book holds an aura of calmness. It’s a restful, evenly paced book that goes through the account of Abram and Sarai (aka Abraham and Sarah) from Genesis. We get to peek inside of Sarai’s mind each chapter and see the world through her eyes – that was probably my favorite part about the book.

    Written by Noveltea on December 22, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    Let’s face the truth. None of us truly like letting go of our control over our lives. In unraveling Sarai’s story for her readers, Marlo helps us learn the value in waiting. Waiting not only draws us closer to God but the true wonder is that in our waiting His glory is also revealed for all to see. We become a living testament to His works in us and through us.

    Written by God’s Writer Girl: Hope, Homeschooling, Faith, and Family on December 21, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    Waiting For Wonder is a beautifully written book that will deepen and sustain your faith as you work through the wounded places in your life.

    I highly recommend this book to you!

    Written by Create With Joy on December 21, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    The author stresses the importance of the process that God puts us through as we’re waiting. A key quote about this is found on page 152. It reads, “The baby was not the answer to their hurts and flaws, disappointments, despair. He did not make Sarah into the person she was meant to be. It is the journey that did that. It was the God of the wait. It was the God who worked in the wait.”

    Written by God is Love on December 21, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    An excellent reminder of what happens when we wait for God’s timing.

    Written by inkling and notions on December 20, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    For everyone who is in a season of waiting, has been, or will be (so, basically … everyone), Waiting for Wonder by Marlo Schalesky will be a refreshing balm and a source of wisdom. Ever pointing us to our God who builds, who restores, who “loves us enough to make us wait longer to give us more”. It’s well written, engaging, and full of great truth and Scripture.

    Written by Reading Is My SuperPower on December 20, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    This book is very insightful. It is one where you read a chapter and just ‘chew on it’ for awhile. I absolutely loved the indepth look at Sarah, and the thoughts Marlo has as she interprets what Sarah may have thought and spoken during the time. Things the Bible doesn’t put into words, but perhaps could have been the person of Sarah. She of course takes liberties in figuring out Sarah’s feelings, but I think she did an excellent job of making Sarah into a real person, just like us.

    Written by A Year of Jubilee Reviews on December 20, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    This will encourage and refresh your soul. It will water the dry places of waiting and renew your hope.

    Written by www.littlewritermomma.com on December 20, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    I think the best thing about this book is the perspective it offers. There are some gems throughout these pages, beautiful thoughts that remind us of the real, unexpected rewards of waiting and the peace of knowing God is in control in the long “in between” seasons. This is an uplifting read that points to an amazing God who works in perfect timing, blesses us in bigger ways than we often look for, and lovingly, amazingly joins us in the wait.

    Written by Seasons of Humility on December 19, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    As I began to read this book, I felt a sense of the past starting to rise up to trap me once again. But then I read,”He is the God who uncovers the deepest places of our shame and pain and promises to bless the whole world right from those places.” It is time for us to allow God to heal us and hold our head up as His glory surrounds us. I can picture Him as He holds the hurting and dries their tears.

    Written by Texas Book-aholic on December 18, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    Excellent book on the “wonders” of our God who woos us to deeper intimacy with Himself in seasons of waiting.

    Written by Reaching for Jesus on December 18, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    This is a wonderful book to read through and ponder. Waiting for Wonder tells the story of Sarah and Abraham and the many years they waited for God to bless them with a child; they were blessed and it was on God’s timeline. Everything is perfect in God’s time, but that doesn’t mean the waiting is always easy or in reality ever easy.

    Written by Moments on December 17, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    If you only read one nonfiction book a year, pick this one. Waiting for Wonder fills a need for anyone who doubts or is anxious about waiting on God’s time. I’m well seasoned in life, yet I still need the reminder that God’s timing is perfect and worth the wait.

    Written by Hope for Today’s Heart on December 17, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    Because there are hundreds of books out there on any given subject, we choose the ones that connect dots for us in original ways. Here, Marlo took a very familiar story and rendered it completely fresh for me. I’m not kidding — I wouldn’t have supposed it could be done. Sarai’s story…I’ve been there so many times, it has surely been wrung dry for me. So I was amazed at all the ways Marlo opened my eyes to aspects of Sarai/Sarah’s story I’ve never seen before, but which have always been there in the pages of Scripture.

    Written by Katherine Scott Jones on December 16, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    Waiting for Wonder is a great book for learning how to navigate the tough waiting-times of life. I would recommend it for anyone facing difficult circumstances, but also for those that are full of hope and faith as well. This book has helped me to look back in order to look forward in preparation for waiting well for whatever comes next.

    Written by The Novel Endeavor on December 15, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    Is there something we might glean from this story of Sarai, something we might learn in our own season of endless waiting like she did? Yes, there is and this book is a wonderful way to take the lessons of Sarai and teach us how to wait while God is working in our lives despite how long it might take. This would be perfect for a small woman’s Bible Study to work on a chapter of this book each week.

    Written by Reviews From The Heart on December 12, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    That daring spirit is what endeared me to this book the most. As I was reading it, it felt like the author had pulled me aside and spoken these things to me in a private corner, just between us girls.

    Written by Writing to Inspire on December 12, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    Waiting on God is tough and sometimes, life just seems to make you more and more impatient. This book is a great read to help point you in the right direction– towards God and His sovereignty.

    Written by Sean & Shey on December 11, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    What a wonderful book to add to your shelf. This book was very enjoyable and I loved reading it. The journey that Sarah went through to wait for and kept hee hoping.

    This book made me think about some of my things that have been on my heart. It helped me go deeper in my own journey as well after Reading this book.

    Written by Books,Dreams,Life on December 11, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    If you’re waiting for a miracle, waiting to be encouraged, you should read this book! It will nourish your soul and make you understand that it is HIS time! Lovely book. I cried several times as I read this book because it resonated with my heart.

    Written by Running Through The Storms on December 10, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    Schalesky gives us a number of lessons from the life of Sarah (Sarai) in the Bible about waiting. God may have many purposes in mind when there is time between what He has promised and it coming to pass. This is a good book for people needing encouragement as they are in a waiting stage of life. Schalesky does fictionalize biblical accounts of Sarah, supposing details. That makes me a little uncomfortable. Other than that, a good book.

    Written by Book Reviews From an Avid Reader on December 10, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    An awesome read about waiting on God. The author provided a lot of good information! Loved it!

    Written by A Simple Life, really?! on December 8, 2016

  • ‘WAITING FOR WONDER’ BY MARLO SCHALESKY

    This book. This book is possibly the best book I have read this year. I started reading this because I thought I should, but I could tell that this was the book I was meant to read.

    Written by Book Reviews on December 8, 2016

  • Pamela monteith says:

    Love you Marlo!

  • Pamela Monteith says:

    Just following directions!