August Books in my Mailbox!

August Books

  • Fathomless (Fairytale Retellings, Book 3) by Jackson Pearce
  • Time Untime (Dark Hunter, Book 17) by Sherrilyn Kenyon

I wasn’t expecting any books in August because even though one was released this month, it wasn’t slated to ship until all of my September pre-orders shipped so I was surprised to see it shipped separately. But I was even more surprised that one of the books to be released on Sept. 4th was shipped two weeks early! I know this doesn’t help the author’s first week sales, and for that I feel bad because that’s part of the reason I pre-order books from authors I like a lot, but I can’t complain about getting a book I wanted early because that’s just awesome!



Miss Me?

Probably not, but that’s okay. I’ve been facing possibly the worst days of my career over the past week, in addition to drama in all of the important parts of my life, and by the time I get home I’m so spent I just can’t seem to find enough oomph to make it online. Today was no exception, in fact in comparison to all of the other terrible days, today was the worst. I even cried today, the stress was just too much. I have a deadline to make by tomorrow and I’m not sure I’ll be capable of it, regardless of how hard I’m trying and that just makes me feel worthless.

But enough of that boo hoo crap. In my absence some noteworthy things did happen, like:

My new books arrived! You know those ones I got to buy myself as a Christmas gift from diamante_negra without breaking my own forbidden-to-buy-books rule? I’m so excited I could squeal (Okay, I actually did)! I feel like a proud parent, they’re just so beautiful.

Also, these are the other books I’ve received since October and haven’t posted pictures of, which are still totally pet worthy:

You would think these newbie’s would satisfy my desire to buy books a little more than it is, but I’m already hoping the majority of my Christmas gifts this year are books. I hope to be overloaded with them. Oh, Christmas get here soon!

Question for the Comments: What books are you anticipating the most for Christmas?

Speaking of books, I read FALLEN last week courtesy of poseiwriting and have since started TORMENT. So far it’s an excellent series and only making me more eager to start my own angel story in 2011 (hopefully).

I got a little bit of writing accomplished this weekend, which is good since I haven’t been giving my book much thought lately. Well actually that’s not true. I’ve been thinking about it a lot, but not in a get-writing sort of way. But I finally felt compelled this weekend.

My sister had her first sonogram last week and her 7 ½ week old “nugget” (as she’s calling it right now) is perfectly healthy. She’s also settling on her first home in the first week of December so things are really looking up for her, which of course makes me happy because I love her!

And lastly, this news isn’t exactly great, but could potentially have some positive side effects. My most recent blood work came back with even worse hypothyroidism and high cholesterol than the last time. My doctor put me on Levothyroxin for the thyroid issue in hopes that it will help the cholesterol as well. So far, the medicine is making me a bit hyper, but I’m told that’s to be expected since I’m going from virtually having no metabolism to suddenly having one with the help of pills. I’m also told that will even out, but that being on medicine may help my weight loss issues and my constant exhaustion. So, I suppose if those things come out of having this issue then it’s not so bad.

I know I’m super behind on LJ and I promise I’m trying to catch up. Please forgive me if it takes a little bit.

Peace – Sarah



6 on the 6th (On time for once!)

This past month seemed to have passed by far too quickly, but then again I’ve noticed with every year I age time seems to slip away faster and faster. ::Sigh:: Anyway, it’s that time of the month again. Goal review time. Let’s see how I measured this month.

As usual, a review of last month’s goals are shown in italic, while my comments on their success are shown below each in bold.

1. Write – I’m shooting for 20,000 words again. I came close last month and if I just stay focused I can do it this month.

FAIL – Honestly, with as much as I read this month I didn’t leave much time for writing, but I didn’t completely drop the ball, I just didn’t reach my goal. I finished the month with just under 11,000 words which isn’t terrible, but it’s not 20,000.

2. Read – I can’t pretend I’d be capable of staying away from a book for longer than a week so I’m not going to even attempt to tame my addiction right now. Plus reading keeps my writing sharp, I have to do it! But since I’m proving to blow through books at ridiculous speeds now (for me at least), I’ll up the goal by 1. Read 4 books for September.

SUCCESS – And a huge one at that. Seriously, I never thought myself capable of reading as much as I do now, but every month that passes I impress myself more and more. I reached my monthly goal shortly after the first week of the month and it just seemed like after that I was testing myself to see just how much I could actually read if I tried (not that it was hard considering I was reading something highly addictive in nature, but still). Anyway, I finished the month with reading 11 books total! 11, can you believe that? I don’t know if that’s common, but I feel like patting myself on the back for it because never in my life could I have seen myself blowing through books like that.

3. Buying Books – So I’ve already ordered the next three Dark-Hunter books, even though I bargained with myself last month after my sick shopping splurge that I wouldn’t be able to buy more books until October. The idea of that, I realize now, is just ridiculous. This is me we’re talking about here. I’m like a wild beast for them. But I will try and keep it a bit tamed. I have a book on pre-order this month and if I buy anymore books it will only be more Dark-Hunter books as they are fairly cheap and I will have almost all of them soon anyway.

SUCCESS – In my mind at least. I said that if I bought any books this month that I would only be the remaining Dark-Hunter books and so that’s what I did. Now, there were apparently quiet a few more to buy than I thought originally, but still I stuck to my word. The other books I received this month were either already pre-ordered and paid for or won.

4. Weight – 5lbs. This has to happen. It’s no longer something I can keep overlooking. My weight is at the ‘spiraling out of control’ point and I can’t even stand to look at myself. That’s a problem. Plus I already promised my sister we’d do weight watchers together in preparation for her wedding next year. I have a lot more to lose than she does, but somehow it’s easier when you’re doing it with someone else. As far as working out (which is a necessity in my battle with this fat suit), I have to find something. I did Wii this weekend and thought I was going to die, but it was fun. It’s something I may steal from my Mom. Or I suppose with fall drawing near I could actually go to the track. All I know is I need cardio – BAD!

FAIL – My weight has been on a rollercoaster ride this month. First I lost weight, then I grained half of it back, then I lost some more and gained it back. Then I got sick and lost 5 lbs in 2 days (likely water weight), then I gained some more weight back over the weekend. I just can’t get this under control.

5. Music – Let it keep coming. Obviously it’s helping me write more consistently again and so I won’t stifle it. Time to update the book’s soundtrack though as it has changed greatly from what it once was.

SUCCESS – I did update my books soundtrack and the new music I’ve been listening to has given me loads of ideas for future chapters and edits.

6. Pray – I’ve fallen out of this habit and nothing good ever comes of that. Maybe it’s why I continue to get little spikes of depression more than usual lately and maybe my stress level over other issues wouldn’t be so high if I remembered to pay Him the respect He deserves.

SUCCESS – With the bonus of answered prayers. Had that scare with my Dad this month (remember the almost heart attack?), but luckily it looks like it might have just been stress induced, part of said stress was that fact that my father, like me, works in the engineering field and because of the fallen economy has been out of work for a year now. But our prayers for work have finally been answered and the weight of that stress has been lifted because he starts a job next week as Senior Project Manager at one of my companies rivaling engineering firms. Yay Dad!

So my grade for the month is a ’C’, which still was never passing in my home growing up, but it’s better than the failure I faced last month so I’m going to try and see the bright side of things and hope it motivates me even better next month. And speaking of next month….

New Goals for October:

1. Write – I’m going to reduce the word count this month. I’m starting to think my ability to produce 20,000 words in one month was a one time thing/fluke and maybe if I drop the number I won’t be as intimidated. So for October, I want to write at least 10,000 words.

2. Read – No problem here (obviously as I’m officially a book-a-holic). But since I blew my goal away so much last month and I already know I’ll be reading at minimum 3 more Dark-Hunter books alone as well as THE REPLACEMENT and BEAUTIFUL DARKNESS closer to Halloween (for their scary factor) that will be 5 books total this month. So as long as I can at least do that, I’m good (which I have no doubt I can accomplish).

3. Buying Books – It’s forbidden. I will receive BEAUTIFUL DARKNESS this month, but it was pre-ordered two months ago and is already paid for. I told myself I will not buy anymore books until after Christmas and I’m sticking to it. I have plenty to read.

4. Weight – Really work for those 5 lbs. and keep them off. Rachel and I are already going dress shopping (for her wedding) the last weekend in October and I’d like to be a little less heavy for the first round of dress testing. My goal is to lose at minimum 50 lbs by next September (her wedding). If I really dedicate myself to it, there’s really no reason why that’s not feasible.

Four goals shouldn’t be hard to work at as long as I practice managing my time better and stay focused. Truthfully, reading seems to be my worst distraction which is odd. Most of the writers I know say it’s the internet, but like I mentioned in my post yesterday it seems I’m going backwards in the way of technology. If it weren’t for the fact that I can only communicate with most of my friends via the internet I doubt I’d even miss it. But I do miss my friends and this is why I feel guilty for bailing on it for too many days at a time (not to mention it takes so much longer to play catch up).

Anyway, hope everyone attempting goals this month has success with theirs and hopefully by the 4th of November I’ll be reporting an ’A’ for the month!

Peace – Sarah


Note: I spent a great deal of time today catching up on what appears to be weeks of missed posts. Where the hell was I? Aside from all of m_stiefvater’s Tour posts and the short stories on tangledfiction, merry_fates, and sistersfate I’m finally caught up (I think). I will tackle the rest another day, probably this weekend when I have more time to soak up the content better!



A Little bit of Everything

I’m having a really hard time staying focused on anything except reading these days, but I made promises and I hate to break them. So here I am, trying to uphold said promises. (Sorry for the randomness of this post).

First: New Hair & BOYS THAT BITE! Finally it looks the way I wanted it, however it’s been raining for days on end here so the styling of said new hair isn’t going too great. I kept trying to put off the picture for a non-rain filled day, but I’m tired of waiting now. So imagine it styled better than the picture shows.

Thanks again Heather! (aka edgyauthor)

Second: I was apparently a lot sicker than I initially thought last week and ended up having to take two days off of work for what I assume was the flu. When you spend more time with a porcelain bowl than anything else, the flu is usually the culprit. I did get a lot of reading accomplished though, which brings me to…

Third: I finished ACHERON!

It is easily the best book in the series. Truthfully, the best book I’ve read all year. And if I’m really honest, it’s probably the best book I’ve read since I got into all these fantasy based reads. I even recommend it as a stand alone novel (if you never read another Dark-Hunter novel prior to or after) that’s how good it was.

Mind you, it’s a 750 page book that’s as heavy as an encyclopedia but it’s so enthralling you kind of can’t put it down. And it did some neat things like: start in 1st person from Acheron’s sister Ryssa’s diary at the moment he was born all the way up until he was about 17. I cringed, cried, and shook my head in disbelief for almost the first 250 pages. Then it switches to third person (like the rest of the series) and focuses on how Acheron’s taking how dreadful his life is. I chocked up some more in agony for a fictional character. Despite being a fantasy novel, this book is heavy with meaning, character depth, moral value, unbelievable strength, and more.

Since I know none of my LJ friends have read any of these books yet, FYI Acheron is the leader of the Dark-Hunters and is 11,000+ years old even though he looks 21. Throughout the entire series you know very little about him except that he is wise like Yoda and all powerful and you respect him for this. He’s also very selfless and removed, never letting anyone into his life even though he might like to and once you read his life story you finally understand why. Luckily, his story has a happy ending (well semi-happy I suppose considering someone’s always out to destroy him, but you’d have to keep reading the series to know that). If you only read one Dark-Hunter novel ever though, this is the one I’d suggest reading.

Oh and in case all of that doesn’t convince you, maybe this picture of who Sherrilyn and her fans all consider to be Acheron. Beautiful, right? I wonder if Travis Fimmel (Calvin Klein model featured below) knows how much of a fan base he has that aren’t Calvin Klein fans…

I only have 4 more books to read in this series now, one of which I’m more than halfway through and will likely finish tonight. I know there will be more books released, but I can already sense a bit of depression coming when I’m finally finished with them. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed being in Sherrilyn Kenyon’s world these past couple of weeks and I will most definitely miss it.

Fourth: Oh the drama! My Friday night was filled with vomit and for once last week, it wasn’t mine. Regardless, it was nasty. The following text is copied from mine and Heath’s FB accounts (so any of you who are friends there too, sorry you’re seeing it twice).

My Status:

“Conversation I just had with my neighbors above (who’ve been partying annoyingly all night long)…

Me: Are you f*cking throwing up in my garden?
Drunken Guest: (leans over balcony as if he’s about to explode again) Yes.
Me: Are you f*cking kidding me? This is the second time you guys have thrown up in my garden. Your ass better get down he…re and clean that shit up this time.
Drunken Guest: (heaves, then breathes) I will Mame, I’m sorry.
Me: (Stomps back into house sighing in disgust)

I hate my neighbors….”

Heath’s Status:

“Hearing some one throw up in the backyard from a balcony because they can’t hold down beer, funny. Watching Sarah Whisted go outside and bitch the dude throwing up, telling him to come down and clean it. Priceless.”


Yeah, disgusting right? Funny as hell though. My neighbors have basically hidden from us since Friday. Never even turning lights on when they know we are home.

Fifth: That short story I wrote for Sisters Fate is a no go. After re-reading it I wasn’t satisfied enough with it to put online. I don’t know what it is with me and this fear I have over my work. I know you’ll all be respectable with your criticism, but I still freak out over the idea of putting it online. I’m still in disbelief that I’ve actually posted snippets of my real WIP. I think getting over this fear may seriously have to be something I work on in 2011 as a resolution. If I plan to be a successful writer I can’t carry the kind of fear I have, right?

Well I suppose that’s all the updates I have for you today. I’ll be making my monthly goals post tomorrow (on time for once) and trying to catch up on all the posts I missed in the past week. Sorry about that BTW… I’m going backwards in the way of technology. I grew up with it instead of books for entertainment. Now I seem to avoid all forms of technology (ex: PC’s, internet, TV’s, etc…) and only want to spend my time reading. Very bizarre.

Until next time…

Peace – Sarah



Hold that thought!

I’ll be right back…. (Not literally, figuratively).

I’ve been sick for the past couple of days (nothing terrifying, but had me stuck in bed for the most part) so I spent those days reading. I’ve finished two more Dark-Hunter books since Monday and began the next today at lunch. This is the last one before the long awaited ACHERON so no doubt I want to race through it like I did the last few. WARNING: YOU MAY NOT SEE ME FOR A WHILE AS A RESULT. (Acheron is 3 times as large as all of the Dark-Hunter novels, it’s like the size of an encyclopedia!)

But I do promise you this: I was supposed to post a picture of my BOYS THAT BITE book, but was too sick and distorted to wanna share my face with you. However, this Sunday I am getting my hair done (hopefully the way I actually want it this time). So I will be posting that picture this weekend.

AND I will try to devote some of my soul to checking up on you guys (even if my own post doesn’t accompany my comments). I won’t lie though Sherrilyn has a hold on me so tight right now it’s even disturbing my sleep. Damn, that woman can write!

I may also be posting a short story finally based on the latest Sisters Fate prompt. I have some revising to do to the story, but I actually wrote something last weekend so it may get posted here.

In regards to my own book: I haven’t officially penned much in the way of those new chapters I spoke of last weekend, but I’ve been doing some acting on the way to and from work. Nothing feels completely solid yet, or at least it hasn’t convinced me enough yet to put it on paper, but I’m working on it. In the meantime enjoy this song. I’ll just call it Bryce’s theme song when it comes to Teagan. Doesn’t actually fit anywhere in the book in particular… well maybe Chapter 2 where you hear his POV for the first time and he tells…. haha, you thought I’d actually spill a fact. Sorry, maybe at a later date. Either way, enjoy 😉

Eleventh Hour – “A Girl Like That”

Peace – Sarah



Friday, finally you’re here!

Seriously, this has felt like the longest week ever. My workload at work is so low and easy that it’s hard to pace myself to make it last. This lack of work has me concerned about my job status, but I’m trying not to let my worrying ways get the best of me right now.

My boredom at work has allowed for a variety of things to happen though such as:

– Finishing another Dark-Hunter novel and starting the next.
– Getting some writing/review accomplished on my current WIP
– Analysis of Animal Crackers (What? Boredom can make you do crazy things.)

Said analysis went something like this…

1. I’m prejudice against the bloated ones. The ones that are unusually swelled and deformed. I’m not sure why, but I can’t bring myself to eat them. It’s very against my natural views in life. Good thing it only applies to cookies.

2. The song “Animal Crackers in my soup…” is just absurd. Who puts cookies in their soup? Should be “Oyster Crackers in my soup…” or something like that.

3. There seems to be an abundance of camels in the mix. I’m not sure if it’s just this particular bag or if camels dominate the Animal Cracker population. I will take note on the next bag to test my theories.

I think my boss thought I was crazy to be having such a serious conversation with him over something so not important, but like I said boredom can drive you to do ridiculous things.

Moving on…

I really hope to get some writing accomplished this weekend because I’ve got all sorts of awesome ideas for new chapters that have never even been written before (in the first draft) and I’m eager to get them onto paper. BUT I’m not joking when I say that my hand is killing me. I could barely even grip the steering wheel on the way home yesterday without the brace on and it’s very difficult to write with the brace on. So…. we’ll see just how much I can actually get accomplished depending on how my hand cooperates. (I’m really trying to not be a baby about this, but damn it hurts).

I also hope to finish this latest Dark-Hunter novel because I’m so eager to get to one that’s another five books away that I feel the urge to race through these next few. Luckily they are rather short in comparison to the others I’ve read.

Aside from that, there’s not much else on my plate for the weekend with the exception of sleeping in (because Lord knows I love that on weekends). Oh, AND Heather says the book I won should be here tomorrow which makes me uber excited! Maybe I will post a picture when it arrives, possibly with my super excited face and ridiculous brace as well for your amusement.

I hope everyone has a great weekend and all of my writer friends out there have some writing success this weekend (even if I end up not).

Happy Friday!

Peace – Sarah



September Books!

Finally all of my September book purchases have arrived (which mostly consists of the remaining Dark-Hunter novels)! We all know I have a problem, but man when I stack them up like this it really makes me feel bad. Remember how I just made that bookcase post? Well said bookcase is packed now. Looks like the bottom shelf (non-fiction) has to be shifted elsewhere to make room for all of my newbies.

I’m really going to try and NOT buy anymore books until after Christmas (with the exception of the few I MUST have on their release dates like BEAUTIFUL DARKNESS and ENTICE)… Let’s hope I can actually resist the urge.

Peace – Sarah



Miscellaneous Monday

1. I actually wrote this weekend instead of reading. The restraint was difficult, but I managed. I only wrote a little over 3,000 words though which isn’t very impressive, however those 3,000 words brought conclusions to 4 different chapters I was writing at the same time so in a way I feel accomplished and glad to finally be able to move on from those chapters.

2. As far as reading is concerned, I’m starting DARK SIDE OF THE MOON (Dark-Hunter, Book 10) today and hope that I can make it stretch until the remaining Dark-Hunter books arrive which BTW I thought I had ordered the last 5 of the other day, but was apparently wrong and would have them out of order if I hadn’t also ordered the 4 Dream-Hunter novels as well… so I did yesterday. That’s going to be a total of 10 books arriving this week because I also already had THE REPLACEMENT on pre-order. I’ve decided officially, with the exception of pre-orders that I must have when they come out, my book buying days are over until after Christmas. I have more than enough books to read until then and I’ve got to stop spending so frivolously.

3. Also book related… I won a book! And not just any book either, an autographed copy of BOYS THAT BITE by Mari Mancusi via Beside the Norm. Thank you Heather (a.k.a. edgyauthor). I’ve never won anything before, nor do I have any autographed books. I’m excited like you can’t believe!

4. I’ve had an unexplainable numbness in my right hand for two days now that’s starting to concern me. Not to mention it’s making it difficult to do much with my hands (which means everything in my life). My hand was actually swollen when I woke up this morning, to the point that I couldn’t wear my rings. Any thoughts?

5. I’m overly eager for the season premiere of BIG BANG THEORY this week. Heath and I are also going to give VAMPIRE DIARIES a shot this season since TRUE BLOOD is over until next summer and the only other show we watch faithfully is DEXTER which we still need to catch up on a bit before it returns.

Peace – Sarah



Saturday Six

1. I read three Dark-Hunter books total this week and have already completed my monthly goal of reading 4 books for the month. Everything after that (which there will no doubt be more) will just be a bonus. YAY me!

2. Even though DARK SIDE OF THE MOON (Dark-Hunter, Book 10) sits in front of me begging to be read, I fully intend on finally writing tonight. The last DH book I read (UNLEASH THE NIGHT) featured the Were-Hunters and the primary were-creature was a Tigard (who I LOVED BTW). It’s making me want to return to my book. Doesn’t that make you wonder why? Too bad I won’t tell you. Hehehehe.

3. I’m ordering the remaining 5 Dark-Hunter books tonight because let’s face it I might as well just get my obsession over with. AND one of those books in available right now in hardback for $1.30. I don’t know if it’s a glitch on their part or what, but I can’t pass up an opportunity like that. I’m a bit disappointed that the earlier novels weren’t available in hardback (as you all know how I feel about paperbacks by now). And I’m not exactly thrilled about having the series in mixed versions, but since these last few are available in hardback that’s how I’m purchasing them. Maybe one day, the others will be re-released in hardback too and I’ll just re-buy them. It’s definitely a series I will read many times over anyway.

4. I spent the day doing things I’d rather not be doing such as cleaning and bills, but I feel caught up on everything I’ve been neglecting lately because of my reading obsession so now I don’t feel as guilty.

5. Last night Heath and I were discussing our desire to learn other languages and decided that next year (2011) we will spend a ½ hour a day learning a language. One of the languages we are interested in learning in Native American (because Heath is in fact Native American and it’s a nearly dead language). And while chatting about this he looked up my Native American name which would be: Nakpuna Alawa. I like the name, but not the meaning. It means: Evil Pea. No where near as satisfying as what Sarah means in Hebrew: Princess. Anyway, Heath swears he’s going to start calling me Alawa. Lol.

6. Hmmm…. Guess there wasn’t actually six. Sorry. Hope everyone’s having a great weekend!

Peace – Sarah



What’s that Feeling?

It’s a mixture of sadness and happiness…. Is there a name for that?

I finished SEIZE THE NIGHT (Dark-Hunter Book 7) this morning at work (yeah I know, I should have been working), and while I was elated over the ending and almost everything about this book, I felt this terrible sense of sadness that it was over and I hadn’t brought Book 8 with me to read during lunch. Boo.

This book though, may have been my favorite (I know, I say that almost every time, don’t I?). There was all sorts of drama in this book though – alliances with enemies, reconciled differences, and crazy betrayals. Shit seriously went down in this book for real. Every time my mouth fell open, a few sentences later it fell open a little wider. I had a ridiculous amount of OMG moments and I loved it. Heath however, overhearing my gasps and laughter, was getting just a bit annoyed. I keep trying to explain to him that if this were a TV show or movie he’d be reacting the same way, but it’s not coming across well. I’m REALLY wondering why this series isn’t a TV show or movie series yet. It’s baffling to me.

I keep thinking that I’ll be disappointed soon, but 7 books in (about to be 8) and I’m still eating up every bit of this world within our world that Sherrilyn has created. I’m actually glad I got into this series after most of it has been released because Lord knows there’s no way I’d be patient enough to wait. Good thing the woman releases like two books a year for once I finally catch up. I mean just the series that turned me onto her (CHRONICLES OF NICK) is slated to have 12 books of its own and then Nick will finally get his own Dark-Hunter book!

On impulse, because I can’t help myself and was tempted by just the mere discussion of how/why we buy books over at merry_fates, I ordered the next two Dark-Hunter books which should be here tomorrow, just in time for me to read book 8 and not have to wait for 9 & 10. After that though, I may take a break to read THE REPLACEMENT which should be arriving next week and then finally get some more writing accomplished.

In writing related news, I don’t really have an image of Bryce to relate to like I do with Teagan (Aly Michalka), but after this season of TRUE BLOOD and working out a family moment when the Quinn’s meet Teagan for the first time over dinner I realized who Levi (Bryce and Brynn’s dad) looks like. Joe Manganiello. What, you don’t know who he is? Let me grace you with his hotness.

In my story Bryce is nearly a spit image of his father (obviously a little younger looking though), and he won’t have his facial hair… well maybe eventually he will, but not as much. And his hair is long-ish, but maybe styled a little different? More stylishly sloppy, I think.

Also in writing news and in relation to said dinner scene an awesome new idea spawned itself to give more history/mystery to the story. Coincidences’ they may seem, but I assure you they will not be. ::Laughs evilly while you wonder::

Well, I suppose I should get something accomplished. Or maybe just start reading SINS OF THE NIGHT. Hmmmm… ::taps finger to lips contemplating:: Probably going with the reading… Come on, you know me by now. I have no will, remember? And like Artemis owns the Dark-Hunters souls, Sherrilyn Kenyon currently owns mine. 🙂

Peace – Sarah