A Book Week
I got me books to read. I ordered two of these books at Amazon.com last month but for some reason, I believed the first package got lost. I had a tracking number and it showed where the book was but after certain date, it has no updates. I had to call Amazon after so many weeks of waiting, and they sent me another package. It was odd because I normally order stuffs from them. I never had problems with them until this order. Anyways, it's all settled and I'm still ordering stuffs from them ☺. I got Bill O'reilly's A Bold Fresh Piece of Humanity for my husband. He's not really into reading but he likes to read books by Bill O'reilly.
I am currently working on my US Citizenship application, so I bought the book Becoming a U.S Citizen by NOLO to get more information in filling up the application forms and about the other important details. When I was working on my K-1 Visa or Fiance' Visa, the 2nd edition of Fiance' & Marriage Visas book by NOLO has helped us a lot. I ordered the book from the official website of Nolo and was able to save some bucks. Searching for coupons online has been part of my online shopping. Before I buy something, I usually use the search engine to search for coupons for that specific product that I'm wanting to buy. It saves me money every time. There are times when you can't find coupons for a specific product, especially when there's no promotions at that time but believe me, there are bunch of online coupons you can use for more savings. You'd be surprise.
Anyways, one day when we were doing our grocery shopping, I got the book Learning Express' English To The Max (1200 Questions to Maximize Your English Power) from Sam's Club. English is not my first language and I was really not into our English classes, until maybe around 3rd year college. It was a shame because I remember our class always having the best English teachers. You can't just blame the teachers you know? Especially when students don't have much interest about the subject. Don't get me wrong, I don't hate the subject. It was just boring for me (that time). I am more into Math. Today, I am into anything and everything. Self-improvement is never too late.
What's The Love Dare? I have not started reading it but I have an idea what the book is about. Last January, we were watching the movie Fireproof. Have you seen it? If you haven't yet, watch it. It's a great movie to watch. Watch it with your special someone, whether you are married, in a relationship or single. The movie Fireproof has a very strong message and tackles important issues not only about marriage but about relationships in general. The story of Fireproof gives so many lessons. It has become one of my few favorite movies of all time. It was in the movie when I learned about The Love Dare. It will rekindle or remind yourself about your commitment. Will you be able to withstand problems when it come to your relationships? Sometimes after so many years in a relationship, two people who use to be so in love with each other drift apart. Will you be able to hang on with your promises and demonstrate your love over and over again to a person that's no longer receptive to your love? Will you remain strong? Are you committed enough to withstand everything? The movie tag say, "Never Leave Your Partner Behind". And I say, "Amen".
That's all for today. I hope you all have a nice day.