Erica Sandwall

I am a forty-something single disabled mom to 1 disabled son living in West Virginia. I started my blog in 2012 to give me something to do besides taking caring of my son. I write about my life as a single disabled mom, the hardship of having a disability, book & product
reviews, raise awareness of diseases not are not talk about, and anything that comes to my mind.

Pilgrim’s Wilderness by Tom Kizzia Book Review

Pilgrim’s Wilderness by Tom Kizzia Publisher: Crown Publishing Publication Date: July 2013 Source: Blogging for Books Description:  In Pilgrim’s Wilderness, veteran Alaska journalist Tom Kizzia unfolds the remarkable, at times harrowing, story of a charismatic spinner of American myths who was not what he seemed, the townspeople caught in his thrall, and the family he brought […] Read more…

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Slow Cooker Emeals Meal Plan

  The slow cooker eMeals meal plan is priced (though not store specific), feeds a family of 6, and generally costs around $120 per week (or less). That’s only $2.86/person per meal! For those of you with smaller families, there’s also a For Two plan available. The recipes utilize mainstream ingredients, all available at your […] Read more…

Books for Girls Review

Disclosure These books were sent to me for my honest review from the Z Blog Squad and Zondervan.   Just Sayin’(Zonderkidz, 2014) is a 90-day devotional for tween girls, where Carol introduces this age group to Bible verses, prayer, Christian teachings and fun–all in one book. Each two-page spread includes a Bible verse, either further […] Read more…

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Our Presidents Rock! by Juliette Turner Book Review

Note: Zondervan provided me with a free copy of this book for review purposes all opinions are my own. Our Presidents Rock! is a great book for anyone wanting a good book on all the presidents of the United States. Each president has about 7 pages each filled with information about the president and his […] Read more…

Why I like the 1800’s Era

I am really into anything that deals with the things and life from the 1800’s. I think it is a very interested period of world even with women not having any rights. The clothes and hair was great, having to wear a corset everyday would be hard. The houses were really nicely made and decorated. […] Read more…

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Books for Boys

Product Description Dare U 2 Open this Book is not your typical 90-day devotional for boys. With wacky fill-ins and unique doodle opps, it’s an all-out open space for guys 8 to 12 to explore and learn more about themselves and their faith. With prompts to get minds thinking and creative ideas flowing, this cool […] Read more…

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5 weeks since my Accident

As of Friday, Oct.24  it has been 5 weeks since I cut my wrist/hand. It is has been a experience to try to use only 1 hand with a half cast on. I now have a splint which is on the top of the arm instead of below the surgery site like the half cast was. […] Read more…

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