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Sunday's Songs: 3.24.13

Lately there have been a lot of songs that should be on my Sunday's Songs list. The two I was going to share today neither one have an official YouTube video. (WhompWhomp)

Let me just tell you about them :)

The first is Plumb's new single: Need You Now (How Many Times). The chorus goes like this:
How many times have you heard me cry out "God please take this"? How many times have you given me strength to Just keep breathing? Oh I need you God, I need you now.
I don't know where you are right now, but I know in my life and in the life of my family and friends that there have been times where I have cried out to God, "PLEASE take this." And I've kept breathing. There have been times that I have prayed for God to give me the strength to keep breathing. When I am stressed or dealing with something heavy from life I find myself repeating, "Just keep breathing." It becomes my mantra and I believe the strength it takes in those moments to do so must come…

Firefly Island by Lisa Wingate

Firefly Island was an incredible book. The story is told by Mallory who marries Daniel after a whirlwind romance. As soon as they are married they move from Washington D.C. to Moses Lake, Texas. 

Moses Lake is a typical small town with all the charm and kindness that come from such communities. As Mallory begins to make friends and acclimate to her new way of life she also begins to find out that the town is full of all sorts of interesting people and problems. 

As she gets more and more involved in her new life she develops a blog called, The Frontier Woman, where she shares her stories with friends and family back home. The blog becomes her platform to give a voice to the voiceless. 

All of the town's interesting people also have interesting secrets in their lives. Will Mallory be able to unravel the secrets without ruining her new friendships or her marriage?

This book reeled me in from the get-go. Having lived outside of Washington D.C. I was able to understand Mallory very quickl…