Luke 2:41-52The Boy Jesus in the Temple41 Now his parents went to Jerusalem every year at the Feast of the Passover.42 And when he was twelve years old, they went up according to custom.43 And when the feast was ended, as they were returning, the boy Jesus stayed behind in Jerusalem. His parents did not … Continue reading Scripture Sunday: Luke
A writing friend (Caleb E. King) wrote this hilarious and too true blog post!
1: When you are holding the book with one hand, riveted to the story,and then one finger slips and the book shuts, thus loosing your page and bringing you out of the story.
2: When someone knocks on the door of your room and calls you for lunch.
3: When you reach for your beverage by your side, reading the book, and then you tip the glass too far and it spills on the book.
4: When you forget to put the bookmark on the page you were at.
5: When a careless someone tosses a book down on the table and doesn’t see it get bent.
6: When you accidentally rip a page.
7: When you are interrupted on the last paragraph of a book.
8: When a friend picks up one of the books off your shelf and while looking through it, bends the cover faaaar back.
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The Great Depression is in full swing, and Mrs. Kabrick hopes to make Christmas a special time for her children even though they don't have much. With the back door constantly opening and shutting, time flies bringing cold air, visitors, and a very special Christmas Eve.
About: Three Christmas Stories from WWII Christmas Delays A doctor, called up for duty in the army, spends one more Christmas with his wife in an unexpected way after God's Christmas delays strand them in a small house with another family. Peter's Christmas Very mild weather might not feel like Christmas, but young, orphaned Peter … Continue reading Book 29 of 31 Christmas Book Reviews!
In 2019 I am hoping to write 2 full-length novels, A Peaceful Protection, and a super-secret novel titled (for now) 'Till Death Will I Hold Her. But my main project is going to be writing a Christmas flash fiction every month and indie publishing it this coming December. So, far I have I’ll Be Home Even … Continue reading 2019 Goals!!! What are your goals?