Friday, January 6, 2012

Secret Sisters by Tristi Pinkston

I finished Secret Sisters by Tristi Pinkston last night. I hate to sound cheesy but it was delightful. I loved the protagonist, Ida Mae, and felt like I personally knew every character in the book. I laughed so hard at Ida Mae trying to shut off her negative thoughts. I can relate. The other day in Relief Society the instructor was explaining that we would be judged by our thoughts as well as our deeds. The instant she said it I was having a negative thought about the ladies not signing up to substitute for primary. Yikes! If you haven't started Tristi's Secret Sisters books, try them out. Very fun and a quick read.

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