Book Review: Twirl

book cover for twirl
A Fresh Spin at Life
By Patsy Clairmont

"Come and together we will number the stars dance with daffodils sidle up to joy test our wings hold a song close to our heart, bundle letters and do many other worthwhile exercises. All with the intentions of securing our sanity adding our vitality and fulfilling our destiny. How I love that we can't be too old, too broken or bruised too tired or tattered for God to work in us! His mercies are new every morning. That means as long as we live we have access to the storehouses of God, so bring your shopping cart and let's twirl down the aisles of his mercy and grace".

Patsy Clairmont loves a good twirl. Tee kind that will make a child fall to the ground squeal with laughter and then want to get up and spin in circles some more! However there is a twirl where busy schedules and urgency create a different and unwanted variety of dizzy in our lives.

Though hurry up is part of the human dilemma and certain seasons bring more of it than others if it becomes a lifestyle you might find yourself on the slippery slopes of bitterness sadness and depression. Patsy's hope is to help her readers maintain a dynamic view on life with activities and choices that lead to renewal and peace. So tae a little stroll with Patsy Clairmont through Twirl and allow her unique perspective and deep well of biblical wisdom realign your spin on life.

I'm someone who gets stressed out by life for sure. I mean it is more prevalent when I have a test coming up, a project, something like that or when I have a blog post I really need to get up or so many comments and emails I need to go through. Reading through Twirl I found a lot of advice, very helpful advice on how to relax and let God take over. If you like The Christian Momma's Guide, The Fantasy Fallacy or the Necessity of an Enemy I think you'd really enjoy reading Twirl by Patsy Clairmont

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