Share the Love ~ April

Okay . . .

After dentist appointments, doctor appointments, oil change appointment to make an unexpected 4-wheel brake job appointment, ugh . . . not through yet . . .

New meds that left me with dehydration, heart palpitations, brain fog for several days, I’m thankful my head is on straight!

Unfortunately, I thought this week was the first week of May. Probably because the last three weeks seemed like a month. Ever had one of those months?

So . . . I’m posting this month’s Share the Love on a Thursday rather than the usual Tuesday. And you know what? I’m taking off next Tuesday. 🙂

Happy spring break to me.

It’s okay. You can laugh. 🙂 BTW, not taking the meds anymore. Done with that nightmare. Have a blessed weekend, my friend.

#wasn’texpectingthat #gladitsover #medsensitivity #thankful #Godisgood #wowdoineedabreak #lovemyreaders



Most Noble Heir Review ~ Joy On the Back Roads

3 Questions Wednesday with Carrie Turansky ~ Inspired Prompt

Never Doubt a Duke Cover Reveal and Giveaway ~ Brit Reads Fiction 



Make Much Ado of Your New Book ~ Bob Hostetler

Writing Reader Centered Prose ~ Holly Webb

Sources For Character Names ~ JPC Allen



Find Your Calling ~ Michele Cushatt  

Choosing to Focus on Our True Beauty ~ Jennifer Slattery Lives Out Loud 

Unlike Wounds Scars Can Work Wonders ~ Zoe M. McCarthy 


Monkey Bread

Blueberry Lemon Quick Bread ~ In Diane’s Kitchen

Soul to the Recipe ~ Annika Perry’s Writing Blog (Interesting Read)

Mango Salsa ~ Liz Flint

Click to Tweet: Share the Love ~ April @GailJohnson87 #amwriting #amreading #inspirational #foodie

First three photos courtesy of Pixabay


16 thoughts on “Share the Love ~ April

  1. I’m so sorry to hear you’ve had a rough time, Gail. There’s nothing worse than suffering with side effects from medications. I hope you’re feeling like yourself soon. How nice to see my sweet friend Annika mentioned. She’s been a blogging friend for a few years now…she’s a gem!

    • Thank you, Jill. I am feeling a lot better than I did three weeks ago. Annika is certainly a gem. I look forward to reading more of her post. Thanks for visiting!

  2. Oh yes Gail, I have had months that never seemed to end!! And glad you stopped those meds. Meds can really mess us up sometimes. Thanks for these links. I really loved “Choosing to Focus on our True Beauty.” So encouraging!! Thanks!!

    • I know, right! I want to make a loaf. I thought about all your research when I was reading Annika’s post on the history of cookbooks. Have a great weekend, Sandy!

  3. Yikes! Rough few weeks, Gail. So glad you’re off those meds! Enjoy your break and get well, my friend. Hugs. ❤

  4. Many thanks for including me here, Gail …I’ve had weeks when I’ve thought it was Friday but realised it was only Tuesday! Tough days! 😀 Happy Spring days ahead!

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