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"Lots of times when people ask me about my hobbies or interests, I'll include 'thinking,'" writes Mary Ellen Edmunds, known affectionately to her friends by her initials, "MEE." MEE Thinks is a delightful journey through many of these musings. In it, Mary Ellen shares her thoughts on topics from balance to the Big Bad Wolf, inviting readers to think for themselves about materialism and spontaneity and miracles and keeping promises and a host of other ideas. "I hope something I share will spark and idea in you and give you a good thinking experience," the author says. "Enjoy the Ride!"
Praise for MEE Thinks:
"I would recommend this book to mothers and daughters, sisters, good friends, anyone you like to share your thoughts with. I wanted to read this out loud to my daughters, one chapter at a time, and get some dialog going." Leslie Stitt
"Reading this book made me feel happy. Mary Ellen Edmunds has a zest for life that comes through in her writing. The author shares with us her enthusiasm, humor, optimism, and joy. She 'chats' with you and shares her insights, and in the process she helps you think of everyday experiences in a little different light." Andrea Smith
- Published: May 2004
- Pages: 160
About the Author
Mary Ellen Edmunds was born in Los Angeles, California, and now lives in American Fork, Utah. She happily qualifies for all senior citizen discounts. She received a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Brigham Young University and taught nursing there for several years. She has served as a missionary in Taiwan, Hong Kong, twice in the Philippines, and in Indonesia, and she directed a child health project in Nigeria, West Africa. She was a director of training at the Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah, and served as a member of the Relief Society general board for eleven years. Mary Ellen is the author of several books and talks, including Peculiar—in a Good Way; You Can Never Get Enough of What You Don’t Need; and her most recent, MEE Speaks. She enjoys her family, teaching, writing, people, music, thinking, serving, and being a happifier.
by melodie - reviewed on October 30, 2010
To be fair I only read about nine chapters but it was kind of boring. Like having lunch with a friend that makes somewhat interesting observations.
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