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Happy New Year and Greetings to all of my fellow book club members.

Post by Mountain Rose » 02 Jan 2019, 02:18

Hello fellow book club members. I am a middle aged young woman in the Bozeman, Montana area; that is not quite the book worm, my younger sister is. However, since finishing college just months ago with a Bachelor of Arts in English, Minor in Sociology through Ashford University, out of San Diego, California; I am learning to read more and keep my mind open to new possibilities, which can be learned from. I chose the first books for personal reasons to read and review. I am interested in what content they might provide for my learning and benefit. I have lost too many to cancer, so maybe the author of "Winning The War on Cancer" might have great tips that could save more lives.

I am fairly open minded, though both my husband and I have been through many difficult forms of traumas. I know who I am spiritually and what skills and talents I possess.This is the reason why I chose the second book "I Am A Christian Because". I want to see what the author of that book has to say on the topic. My name is Krystina Prinzing Ward. I love people, political history with some passions toward the artificial intelligence that have benefited the real estate and medical industries. I have kept up some in those areas. I hope that this will be a good way to keep my mind sharp and awake.

Generally I am a kind heart, gentle, merciful, giving, with helps and healing, generous, with wisdom and discernment adequately strong. I am a plagiarized author of family friendly romantic, classic style of poetry myself. I have attended to peer review with my poetry through four schools, two writer's groups locally, the political arena, and even religions. I was once a strong leader, tomboy type woman for much of my life over the last forty-three years. I also am somewhat skilled in "getting in the heads of others" to analyze the Sociological reasons for their thinking and behavior. I have moderated a few small breaks in communications and perceptions of peers and colleagues vs. the employer management from time to time. I am looking to find adequate income for paying back my federal student loans. I am also strong in the genealogical areas to a point.

I am currently looking for paid work in the clerical basic secretarial, records keeping, archiving, and intellectual data entry filing type of employments. I have done some home health care and fast food, as well as janitorial, and other labor type of jobs assisting my husband and family with wood stacking from their wood cutting processes. I have also done a considerable amount of community service both in Great Falls and Bozeman, Montana areas, where I have resided.

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Post by gali » 02 Jan 2019, 06:20

Please read this thread: Links and Info for New Members. :text-welcomewave:
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Post by rssllue » 02 Jan 2019, 08:44

Welcome to the forums, Krystina!

Enjoy your time on the site! :library: :occasion-santa:
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I will both lay me down in peace, and sleep: for Thou, LORD, only makest me dwell in safety. ~ Psalms 4:8

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Post by Mountain Rose » 11 Feb 2019, 02:31

Thank you for the welcome. I am glad to keep my mind sharp and functioning. It will help me to be on my toes now with the bus monitor job I just got. I will have to think on my feet, so keeping my mind open to research will be important in forming new networks of nerves that could potentially head off brain disorders and later diseases of mental breakdowns.

Happy Valentine's Day everyone, from the Mountain Rose.

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Post by Espie » 11 Feb 2019, 05:35

Mountain Rose wrote:
02 Jan 2019, 02:18
Hello fellow book club members. I am a middle aged young woman in the Bozeman, Montana area; that is not quite the book worm, my younger sister is. However, since finishing college just months ago with a Bachelor of Arts in English, Minor in Sociology through Ashford University, out of San Diego, California; I am learning to read more and keep my mind open to new possibilities, which can be learned from. I chose the first books for personal reasons to read and review. I am interested in what content they might provide for my learning and benefit. I have lost too many to cancer, so maybe the author of "Winning The War on Cancer" might have great tips that could save more lives.

I am fairly open minded, though both my husband and I have been through many difficult forms of traumas. I know who I am spiritually and what skills and talents I possess.This is the reason why I chose the second book "I Am A Christian Because". I want to see what the author of that book has to say on the topic. My name is Krystina Prinzing Ward. I love people, political history with some passions toward the artificial intelligence that have benefited the real estate and medical industries. I have kept up some in those areas. I hope that this will be a good way to keep my mind sharp and awake.

Generally I am a kind heart, gentle, merciful, giving, with helps and healing, generous, with wisdom and discernment adequately strong. I am a plagiarized author of family friendly romantic, classic style of poetry myself. I have attended to peer review with my poetry through four schools, two writer's groups locally, the political arena, and even religions. I was once a strong leader, tomboy type woman for much of my life over the last forty-three years. I also am somewhat skilled in "getting in the heads of others" to analyze the Sociological reasons for their thinking and behavior. I have moderated a few small breaks in communications and perceptions of peers and colleagues vs. the employer management from time to time. I am looking to find adequate income for paying back my federal student loans. I am also strong in the genealogical areas to a point.

I am currently looking for paid work in the clerical basic secretarial, records keeping, archiving, and intellectual data entry filing type of employments. I have done some home health care and fast food, as well as janitorial, and other labor type of jobs assisting my husband and family with wood stacking from their wood cutting processes. I have also done a considerable amount of community service both in Great Falls and Bozeman, Montana areas, where I have resided.
Hi, Mountain Rose.

Thank you for sharing your story.

This is a site for book lovers. Thus, you are in the right place if books make your day. In fact, last month's featured book about cancer still has free copies available for review the last time I checked.

Your initial review will be unpaid, but there are paid opportunities after you've done the right things right the first time.

If you'd check out the helpful information that Gali gave, you'd be off to a good start.

Welcome to the club! All the best. :tiphat:
"Life has many different chapters for us. One bad chapter doesn't mean it's the end of the book."-Unknown
"To err is human; to forgive, divine."-Alexander Pope
"Put GOD first; He'll bless your efforts with success."-Proverbs

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