" -Hoda Kotb In her instant #1 New York Times bestseller I've Been Thinking. . . , Maria Shriver shared her own insights, thoughts and prayers, and the ways she has learned to create a deeper, more spiritual and more meaningful life.
Author: Maria Shriver
Publisher: Pamela Dorman Books
As a prominent woman juggling many roles, Maria Shriver knows just how surprising, unpredictable, and stressful everyday life can be. That's why she's put together this journal just for you. Building on the success of her instant #1 New York Times bestselling book, I've Been Thinking , this journal will help readers turn inward to ask themselves what they have been thinking and to give their musings a home. With a new introduction and thought-provoking prompts, this journal includes many of the prayers and quotes that resonated with readers around the globe, and provides the space to jot down your own reflections in response.
Sometimes things are more clear when put to paper than left in your mind.
Author: Jj Stein Publishing
Publisher: Independently Published
Sometimes things are more clear when put to paper than left in your mind. Write all your plans, ideas, and notes into this journal. This 6 x 9 perfect blank lined journal for Reminders, To Do Lists and crafting ideas. Perfect for taking notes, jotting lists, doodling, brainstorming, Ive Been thinking Journal helps you turn ideas into a reality.
Release on 1874 | by Pennsylvania. Dept. of Public Instruction
I ' ve been thinking of home - of “ my Father ' s house , Where the many man -
sions be ; " 2 . I ' ve been thinking of home , where they need not the light of the
sun , nor moon , nor star ; 3 . I ' ve been thinking of home ; of the loved ones there
him this question all day, and finally got up the nerve later that night while he was
shoving pillows under my rump to lift my bottom off the mattress. "Mitch? ... I know
you've been thinking about it, although you haven't said anything out loud.
Author: Gail Smith
Publisher: Linda Mooney
The handwritten account of one woman's struggle to survive in a world gone DEAD. Something has happened to the world, and now the living are gradually becoming the living dead. This is the story of one young woman's struggle to live a life that has no future.
People's and Howitt's journal ... thy kind needs hardly be “ I , too , have been thinking , mother ; and I , too , will tell arraigned , for thou wouldst not admit of
their warmth you what I ' ve been thinking - that is , if my thought being sought for
“Why, Tom,” said I, “not yet asleep?” “No, i'faith, Liftinant,” said he: “I've been thinking of home, and the little people there. God bless 'um, I wonder if they're asy
.” “Tut, Tom,” said I; “go to sleep, old fellow. These devilish Indians have been ...
These devilish Indians have been troubling us now for some days, and may be
on to-morrow they will give us something to do. Go to sleep, my old soldier—l'll
put out this fire.” “No, bless ye, Liftinant, not yet. I've been thinkin' of home and the
“Have I worked hard enough 7” he said, bending down and speaking softly in her
ear. “Do you think I deserve to be rewarded ?' 'Yes, indeed,” she answered. “I have been watching you, and thinking how well you were keeping your promise.
I have been lately very frequently to the theatre, and seen and heard observ-
ingly, and exercised my own judgement ... [RG] St. James Street, London Mardi
1828 My Dearest H[arriet] I have been thinking what you have been thinking of
Author: Fanny Kemble
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Henry James called Fanny Kemble's autobiography "one of the most animated autobiographies in the language." Born into the first family of the British stage, Fanny Kemble was one of the most famous woman writers of the English-speaking world, a best-selling author on both sides of the Atlantic. In addition to her essays, poetry, plays, and a novel, Kemble published six works of memoir, eleven volumes in all, covering her life, which began in the first decade of the nineteenth century and ended in the last. Her autobiographical writings are compelling evidence of Kemble's wit and talent, and they also offer a dazzling overview of her transatlantic world. Kemble kept up a running commentary in letters and diaries on the great issues of her day. The selections here provide a narrative thread tracing her intellectual development—especially her views on women and slavery. She is famous for her identification with abolitionism, and many excerpts reveal her passionate views on the subject. The selections show a life full of personal tragedy as well as professional achievements. An elegant introduction provides a context for appreciating Kemble's remarkable life and achievements, and the excerpts from her journals allow her, once again, to speak for herself.
Secondly, whenever I got a referral, it was rarely soon enough. ... I began to
realise that talking about patients was as important as being shut away seeing a
few, and that much of my usefulness was in ... I've been thinking hard all the time.
Author: Paul Barrows
The practice of child psychotherapy builds upon the writings and contributions of earlier writers, such that it is not only the latest research and theory that are valuable. Key Papers from the Journal of Child Psychotherapy provides access to classic and important papers from the early years of the Journal - papers that have previously been difficult to obtain. The papers are grouped thematically to cover the entire range of work represented in the journal: theoretical, clinical, applied. The papers, written by professionals at the forefront of their fields, cover areas including psychoanalytical metapsychology, work with deprived children, work with trauma, and how psychoanalytic thinking can be applied in the context of institutions for children. Chapters include: : : Anne Alvarez's Problems in the Use of the Countertransference : : Edna O'Shaughnessy's The Absent Object : : Gianna Henry's Doubly Deprived Key Papers from the Journal of Child Psychotherapy presents in one accessible volume, essential papers for all those training and practising in child psychotherapy. It will be of great benefit to all professionals involved in direct work with children.
A Literary and Political Journal. myrtle. growing. near. with. her. garden. -. times.
when. Stella. and. Basil. had. been. ing scissors . alone together , the after - time
when * I think I know who it is , " she she might have found out for herself said at ...
And even now , when absolutely laughed , although my heart seemed to be I
know that it was not Muriel , I still can't ... that he should understand all about her
— but I have since been thinking that it was - odd — that 64 APPLETONS ' JOURNAL .
This volume is imperfect, and I have frequently regretted the want of such books
on Japanese history: we have none here, and ... certain in it; and cannot help thinking that the people who then inhabited China could only have been
Tea had been ordered in deference to Bell's simple tastes; he was an old-
fashioned fellow, he owned, but go without ... as he went on : 'I was thinking what
a queer fellow you would be on the seas, or in any looseliving country—I have been in ...
have. we. to. lose? t took Dr. Eric half an hour on CSNet to explain to Ann what
had just happened. He chose his words carefully to ensure there was little
ambiguity. He wanted Ann ... >Ann: I've been thinking about the situation. I may
be able ...
Author: Paul Lister
Northern England in the 1980's is a harsh place for research scientist Fabio De Sousa. He receives an unsolicited message on CSNet, an early email predecessor for academics. Intrigued and flattered, De Sousa begins a flirtatious online relationship. De Sousa and fellow researcher Miguel Gouveia supplement their meagre grants by toiling in the precarious pre-dawn world of the meat industry. De Sousa's online relationship develops, but his friendship with Gouveia becomes threatened by the involvement of Sigma Tau. This clandestine research organisation is hell-bent on obtaining De Sousa's prized research journal. De Sousa is stunned. Not only by the revelations made by his CSNet admirer, but by their true identity. He uses a labyrinthine cipher to preserve the integrity of the research; hoping mentor Dr Eric Geller alone will crack his code. De Sousa and Geller must keep the research details from Sigma-Tau. If they're successful, they guarantee the future of human society. Failure is inconceivable.
Have you studied your son medically?” “Some. I wanted to wait until he was older
, more able to understand what he is consenting to, what we want from him. And I think we all wanted to wait until we found you. We've been looking for a long ...
Author: Leigh Kennedy
Publisher: Hachette UK
College student Nicholas Dal shares the family talent, or curse - he is an empath, a man who experiences the emotions of other people. Too-powerful emotion can induce seizures, so to stay sane he must live alone and dull his senses with vodka. This, in itself, would be enough for anyone to bear, but Nicholas ias also haunted by a secret from his family's past in Russia. Now someone is looking for him and he fears the worst. To further complicate things, a relationship is forming with a young woman, Jack, and his feelings for her threaten to break through his isolation. Will Nicholas risk his love, his sanity - his life - to be with Jack?
I've Been Thinking will provide daily inspiration of new thinking that will transform your business, your bottom line and you.
Author: Lisa Anderson
I've Been Thinking will provide daily inspiration of new thinking that will transform your business, your bottom line and you. Armed with innovative ideas and partnered with Lisa's global experience, you can tackle your most challenging business and operational issues. In addition, these insights focus special attention on strategies to raise the bar and create customer loyalty, employee engagement, dramatic business transformation and collaborative partnership profits to thrive in today's competitive, fast-paced, 24/7 marketplace.
Release on 2013-02-21 | by Charles Cardale Babington
I think that the part following that which you saw in MS. is of quite equal interest
with that portion. ... I have been thinking of your kind invitation to join you in
Cornwall, and although I had laid all my plans for Ireland, I have determined to
Author: Charles Cardale Babington
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Collated by his widow and published in 1897, this collection of memorials, journal extracts and letters of Charles Cardale Babington (1808-95) demonstrates the esteem in which he was held by so many. An influential professor of botany at Cambridge, Babington left to the university a legacy that included the huge herbarium that he had partly funded himself, as well as some 1,600 volumes from his own library. His benevolence and generosity of knowledge, time and money endeared him to many departments and societies, while his works on local flora inspired others to produce many of the county floras that are still used today. His Manual of British Botany (also reissued in this series) first appeared in 1843 and made a huge impact on the study of the subject. These collected writings and tributes will offer students and scholars valuable insight into the breadth of his scientific interests and achievements.
Rather, I am in the middle of it—but what caused such anxiety is got past and I have been thinking of the novel so well at the end that I give myself this last hour
of my writing morning to write in here. Saturday I expected much of, but not much
Author: Claude Fredericks
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This third volume of The Journal Of Claude Fredericks is his journal for the year 1943, a Wanderjahr that begins with a spring in Cambridge, where Volume Two ended, but with Fredericks, having left studies at Harvard, living now in a room at Maud Bemiss house on Nutting Road near the Cowley Fathers, seeing various friends from earlier, Brie Taylor, John Simon, Anthony Clark, Paul Doguereau, the George Sartons, and making new friends as well. The summer is spent in a cabin on the shore near Belfast Maine, writing and studying still and coming to know the family that lives on the hill. In September, after spending ten days with Paul Doguereau and Fanny Mason in Walpole New Hampshire on the beautiful Mason estate overlooking the Connecticut and a month in New York living in an apartment on University Place and seeing his friend May Sarton and coming to know Muriel Rukeyser and Julian Beck, he heads with his friend William Quinn to Iowa to live with several friends of theirs who also have left Harvard, in particular Michael Millen and Paul Rail, all of them proclaiming in different ways, as Quinn and Fredericks do in theirs, their objections to Americas part in the war that had begun in December 1941. After two weeks Fredericks leaves to stay with a friend in Chicago, Martha Johnson, and to settle in and write about the troubling events of the previous days and then go on to Missouri, to pay filial pieties to members of his family there and after that go south with his mother to Mexico City for a week and then with her to Acapulco for ten days at Christmas, a spot at that time still undiscovered and with only two small hotels. Finally at the years end he heads back east to New York, where he has plans to settle down and live forever, in the city he had always loved the most of any he knew.
At length they rose up from the floor , and one of them said to Mr . Nott , “ I don ' t
understand a word that you all have been thinking and talking about ; but I ' ll tell
you what I have been thinking : - there are many parts of this island , especially ...