About Tadpole77

My name is Angela. I have over 5,000 books on Kindle. I love to read many different types of books: Fiction (e.g., Adult, YA, Sci-Fi/Dystopian, Romance, and etc.); Religious, Self-Help, Memoirs/Biographies, History, Cooking, Health/Dieting, Business Management, and etc.

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  • Tadpole77 shared from The Repurposed and Upcycled Life: When God Turns Trash to Treasure by Michelle Rayburn
    God wants to help us unpack each painful piece of our emotional trunks. He waits for us to pick up each experience, hold it out to him and ask, “What are we doing with this one, God? Did you have a plan for it?”
    Note: The Repurposed And Upcycled Life - Michelle Rayburn
  • Tadpole77 shared from Attachments: A Novel by Rainbow Rowell
    “I’m ready for everything to change,” she said. She sat down on a picnic table and started fiddling with streamers. “I feel like it already has. Like, I thought I was going to be so sad saying good-bye to everybody. I thought I was going to cry and cry—and I didn’t. I didn’t feel like crying at all. I felt like singing. I felt, like, God, yes, good-bye! Not good riddance, just good-bye. “I am so ready for new people,” she said, throwing the streamers into the air. “In two days, I’m going to be in a place where I can walk around without recognizing a single face. Every person...
    Note: Attachments - Rainbow Rowell
  • Tadpole77 shared from How To Double Your Restaurant Sales Guaranteed: The Only Restaurant Employee Training Program For The Social Age by LeeAnne Homsey
    Hospitality isn’t pretending that you’re doing nothing. It’s about letting your customers know that you are doing something for them, so they can feel special and cared for.
    Note: How to Guarantee Great Customer Experience Every Time - LeeAnne Homsey
  • Tadpole77 shared from Attachments: A Novel by Rainbow Rowell
    His mother tolerated the Sam situation, mostly quietly, for about a year. Then she started talking to Lincoln about how young he was, too young to be so serious about one person. She asked him to slow down, to think about seeing other girls. She said to him, “It’s like buying shirts, Lincoln. When you go shopping for shirts, you don’t buy the first shirt you try on. Even if you like it. You keep looking, you keep trying things on. You make sure you find the shirt that fits you best.
    Note: Attachments - Rainbow Rowell
  • Tadpole77 shared from Attachments: A Novel by Rainbow Rowell
    “You can have it if you want it, if you’re willing to pay for it. Save your money.” “I don’t have any money,” he’d said in the ninth grade. “Be thankful, Lincoln. Money is a cruel thing. It’s the thing that stands between you and the things you want and the people you love.
    Note: Attachments - Rainbow Rowell
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