Let's do it.
VH: At what age were you the happiest? What triggered such joy?
CC: The age I remember being the happiest was around age seven. I hadn’t drawn a line yet between reality and fantasy. I played outside from dawn to dusk, alone or with my sisters. It was the freedom of knowing I could do/explore anything I wanted and within reach was food, facilities and fun.
VH: For what are you grateful?
CC: *Sunshine *Dry Humor *Keyboards *Tea *Electricity *Cats *Music *Emotions *Cars *Sunrises *Warmth *Holidays *Money *Nail Polish *Gardens *Books *Facebook *Pillows *Piano *numbers wow I could go on indefinitely!
VH: If you could change one thing about our world, what would it be and why?
CC: Through personal experience I have found I can’t change the world, I can only change myself.
VH: Good times Christine. Pleasure!
Life is hard, right? Each day is filled with people who are stopping you from living how you want to live.
What if that's not true? What if the ogre in your life is you?
Eternal Beginning is an introduction to the law of attraction in concise, vivid prose. Learn why emotions are key communications. Discover the power you wield to live a passionate life. Follow me under the moss-laden arch to your magnificent destiny.
This book is designed to take you through a thirty-day guide to apply the lessons within the book, Eternal Beginning. Each day is divided by a quote from Eternal Beginning, the lesson to apply, a paragraph to motivate, and finally, an action step that will cement the lesson in place.
Jacob just bought Willow Reed's book store. He loves the quiet life between the shelves of dusty books. If only his best friend Liz would see him as more than a friend life would be complete. Enter Sydney, a flirtatious brunette who turns Jacob's world upside down. Who will be the one for Jacob when the dust settles?
Christine Cunningham is spinning a few tales, five to be exact, ranging from the whimsical to the twisted. Why read one good story when you could read five?
1. Sweetest Release: Sometimes the world conspires against you when all you need is a bathroom.
2. Tic-Tac-Toe: Can a boy protect his mother and sister from the shadow in the yard?
3. Happy Birthday: Find out why you'll never want to sing the song Happy Birthday to your child again.
4. Story Shopping: Things go awry when an author has no story to write.
5. Tarantula: Saving your best friend from your mother isn't easy to do.
Christine Cunningham is spinning a few tales, five to be exact, on that elusive thing called love. Why read one good story when you could read five?
1. A Different Perspective: Is it possible to find love in a retirement center?
2. Backwards: This is what you do when you know the best of life is behind you.
3. Our Day: Waiting in the airport has never been so painfully sweet.
4. Something Blue: Something old, something new, something borrowed and something's wrong.
5. Love or Money: What would you rather have an abundance of in your life, love or money?
Hello, may I offer you a cinnamon roll? Maybe a cupcake? I suppose I should introduce myself. I'm Nell, and I work at the bakery here in Willow Reed. I have lived in this quiet town all my life. The only thing I'm wishing for this Christmas is a family of my own. I hope Hasan will notice me soon. Don't tell him I said that. He has already made me nervous with his education and sophistication. What's a woman to do?