Description : This organizer will help keep all contact information and remodeling and decorating ideas in one place. Welcome Home provides: -- space to record important information and room-by-room decorating details; -- heavy page stock, and folders to save paint chips, fabric samples, and important papers; -- graph paper and furniture cut-outs to experiment with room layouts. -- 3-ring square-back binder opens with ease and lies flat. -- An elastic band attached to the back cover serves as a page marker.
Description : Welcome Home is a book of poetic works that brings us unto today. Although "home" is a place of no particular time, we encounter life experiences in our many roles in life, and we must remain grounded in values, love and hate, the things we disapprove of that can influence how we detremine and set our values. But, we are ultimately responsible, each and everyone of us, for what we do and together, what is done! Welcome Home reminds us who we are. We can go elsewhere, but, we still remain who we start out as. We must regroup, revitalize, and be reborn from humble beginnings, again!
Description : "As the case with her fiction, Berlin's pieces here are as faceted as the brightest diamond." --Kristin Iversen, NYLON NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW EDITORS' CHOICE. Named a Fall Read by Buzzfeed, Vulture, Newsday and HuffPost A compilation of sketches, photographs, and letters, Welcome Home is an essential nonfiction companion to the stories by Lucia Berlin Before Lucia Berlin died, she was working on a book of previously unpublished autobiographical sketches called Welcome Home. The work consisted of more than twenty chapters that started in 1936 in Alaska and ended (prematurely) in 1966 in southern Mexico. In our publication of Welcome Home, her son Jeff Berlin is filling in the gaps with photos and letters from her eventful, romantic, and tragic life. From Alaska to Argentina, Kentucky to Mexico, New York City to Chile, Berlin’s world was wide. And the writing here is, as we’ve come to expect, dazzling. She describes the places she lived and the people she knew with all the style and wit and heart and humor that readers fell in love with in her stories. Combined with letters from and photos of friends and lovers, Welcome Home is an essential nonfiction companion to A Manual for Cleaning Women and Evening in Paradise.
Description : Here are the compelling stories of eleven "reverts", Catholics who fell away from the Church and eventually came back home. Some of the people are very well-known, like Fr. John Corapi, Rick Strom and Jesse Romero, and others are known only in their smaller circles. But each person's story of why he left the Catholic Church and why he returned is a unique and moving tale of God's mercy, love and grace. There is one common denominator, though, among the writers of Welcome Home! To parapharse Archbishop Fulton Sheen, few hate the Catholic Chruch for what she teaches, but millions hate it for what they think she teaches. The defining moment of illuminating grace almost always came when our storytellers began to examine Catholic teaching for themselves.
Description : With so many differing opinions about real estate these days, buying or selling a home can seem like a daunting task, especially for the everyday person who has little or no real estate experience. But as author Sarah Daniels explains, the process doesn't have to be painful, and people can come away from the experience feeling happy with the outcome. Covering the basics from A to Z, Welcome Home walks the reader through the various stages of home buying and selling in Canada, all the while adding her own insider secrets and tips. Filled with entertaining, instructive stories and written in an approachable, coversational tone, Daniels offers helpful advice on mortgage financing, interest rates, brokers, and the questions you need to ask about mortgages; how to find a good realtor, the right property, and negotiate a fair deal; how to get your home ready to sell, what renovations to consider and how to effectively stage your home; buying resale vs newly built; and renting out your basement as a mortgage helper.
Description : Jack Frost's father fought in WWII. His brother fought in Korea. So when Jack's own draft card arrives, there's no doubt in their minds that he'll do his duty, and fight in Vietnam. Jack loves his family, but he also knows that killing another human being is something he can never do. Welcome Home is the story of one man's struggle to maintain his innocence amid the brutality of the Vietnam War, torn between his family's expectations, his loyalty to his brothers-in-arms, and his own moral code. Subjects: Short Story / Short Stories, Vietnam War, Drama, Conscientious Objector, Historical Fiction, Free / Freebie
Description : Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese philosophy and study of the relationship between human beings and their environment. This science of physics offers one way of understanding why some less-than-desirable conditions in our lives are an example of how we live. By practicing Feng Shui at home, we can create a comfortable environment that can also help enhance our personal and professional lives. Inside this book you will find out how: · something as simple as painting your front door could help you have a flourishing career · placing a bowl of fruit and including pictures of loved ones can promote better health and well-being · placing a money vase, water fountain, or coins and plants could promote and invite increased prosperity · letting go of old and worn-out items in addition to clearing clutter may help to invite in the perfect love relationship You will discover easy solutions for making positive and effective changes in your life by changing your home. Included are many real-life examples of how people desired and received the life they wanted by changing how they live in their homes.
Description : In over 20 years as a pastor, Dave has helped thousands of people on their spiritual journey. In "Welcome Home" Dave surveys seven different sections of the Bible in which God reaches out to welcome you home. Each chapter concludes with a prayer whereby you can receive God's love, acceptance and forgiveness. Find a quiet place. Grab your Bible. Step on the welcome mat. As the door opens, get ready to be loved. The journey is personal. The destination is profound a personal relationship with the God who created you. "
Description : This luxe little gift book holds the key to making a home harmonious. From the front door to the bedroom, every square inch of a dwelling can bring its occupants luck, and Welcome Home shows readers how. Compiled with vintage appeal, easy-to-peruse entries explain how to ward off negativity with dill, boost health with green accents in the kitchen, and more. This illustrated collection of superstitions and rituals gathered from across the globe and throughout the ages will help newlyweds, new home owners, feng shui fans, decorators, or those simply feeling down on their luck to conjure the health, wealth, and happiness they so richly deserve.
Description : There are some things which even the closest friendship cannot survive . . . Welcome Home is an enthralling and moving drama from bestselling author Margaret Dickinson, set during the Second World War. Neighbours Edie Kelsey and Lil Horton have been friends for over twenty years, sharing the joys and sorrows of a tough life as the wives of fishermen in Grimsby. So it was no surprise that their children were close and that Edie's son, Frank, and Lil's daughter, Irene, would fall in love and marry at a young age. But the declaration of war in 1939 changed everything. Frank went off to fight, and Irene and baby, Tommy, along with Edie's youngest son are sent to the countryside for safety. With Edie's husband, Archie, fishing the dangerous waters in the North Sea and daughter Beth in London doing 'important war work', Edie's family is torn apart. Friendship sustains Edie and Lil, but tragedy follows and there's also concern that Beth seems to have disappeared. But it is Irene's return, during the VE day celebrations, that sends shock waves through the family and threatens to tear Edie and Lil's friendship apart forever.