So, I am here to discuss a rather somber topic. This year is my first presidential election. The excitement of finally being old enough to place a vote and use my voice in the making of my country has been extremely dampened because of the options that are before us. My parade has been rained on and my bubble burst. Based on the beliefs of the main party candidates, I can’t morally vote for either. I wanted to encourage you that if you are feeling the same way I am, that there is another option. You may already know this, but there are several different options for those who don’t want to vote Trump or Clinton. I have talked with several people, and they were unaware that they had an option and I wanted to be able to encourage others in this direction. Read More »
Hello everyone! Today I wanted to share with ya’ll this giveaway!
If you have been reading my blog for a while, you know I have a love and passion for Audio Drama and Music. I have done posts about it before here and here and more specifically here. Our family has our own “studio” where we create our own, and also record and produce music. Well, October 30th which is World Audio Drama Day marks our 1 year anniversary! And in honor of that anniversary and in hopes of spreading the word, we are doing an epic giveaway! We included our top picks of audio dramas as well as a CD copy of our adaption of Sarah, Plain and Tall, as well as an EP of our favorite songs that we produced. All taken into account it is a $45+ value! Okay, LOL! Now I sound like a saleslady! You can check it out here and I hope you enter and spread the word! You don’t have to have a social media presence to participate, so don’t let that stop you!
Will you enter the giveaway?
By God’s Grace,
The Book Saver
by Victoria Lynn
The book was like a lone broken survivor after an explosion. Its brittle pages ruffled in the soft wind that blew through the broken window. Gordon carefully lifted the brick from atop it and picked it up with gentle fingers. He blew the layer of dust that covered its printed pages. He thumbed to the beginning. The Scarlet Pimpernel. It was beautiful.
Gordon tucked it into his satchel for safe keeping. He started at a noise outside and brought a hand to his cap, which he pulled lower over his eyes. If he were caught, they might kill him as they had his father. It was a dark world.Read More »
Just a few more days till the end of the Faithful Merchant giveaway! Just wanted to remind ya’ll so you can be sure to enter! The giveaway is for a Pendant Necklace of your choice! Here is a link to the giveaway post. Go and enter! Be sure to check it out if you haven’t already. The giveaway runs until Tuesday the 25th at 10 PM Eastern time and I will announce the winner on Wednesday!
So enter away!
By God’s Grace,
I have been pondering this a bit lately. And I was encouraged.
I have always been an “old soul”. I love old fashioned things, ideals, and my convictions follow a pattern of being conservative and more like those in by-gone eras. I am a true Old Fashioned girl. Now, that doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate modern conveniences or other things that come as perks and blessings in this day and age, but I have always had dreams of living in another time. I have joked about being born in the wrong era, of how “I should have been born way back when”. But I, of course, knew that this was more than just a joke. It was more of a dream if you will. This is probably one of the reasons I like to write, I transport myself into previous times and places that I can only go to in my dreams. And this kind of has a melancholy, sad feel to it, because I know this world will never return to such ideals and times again. In my life, I have surrounded myself with things from long ago. Clothes, pictures, books, stories.Read More »