Archive for September, 2014

Four Branches by JoAnn Meaker

Book Description: Rachel Benton and her daughter embark on a pleasant country drive to research her ancestors when a sudden storm drives them in an unexpected direction. Stranded and alone, an isolated cabin seems to offer refuge, but within those timbered walls more threats await. Rachel’s troubles in the present are woven together with a […]

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Praise the Lord!

“Praise the Lord” is both the title of the third (and final) book in the Psalms in the Key of my Life series, and the title of the 150th psalm. Today, I finished the rather rough first draft of the third book. I thought I’d be jumping up and down, but I was mentally drained. […]

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Wordless Wednesday

This canna lily was sitting in my daughter’s yard in a dark spot for years. I tried a new location, but still not enough sun. This year, for the first time, it bloomed. Well worth the wait!

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10 Labor Day Facts from Forbes Magazine

Labor Day in Canada began in 1872 in Toronto but quickly made its way south to the U.S.  Originally it began as a significant demonstration demanding rights for workers. The first U.S. Labor Day was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City, planned by the Central Labor Union.  The Labor Day parade of about 10,000 workers took unpaid […]

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