Hello and happy Friday everyone! I have another blog post for you today (Third one this year!) and it’s going to be so much fun! A Book List! 📚 If you are like me, you are a book nut, specifically when it comes to historical fiction. Well, today, I’m stepping into the Non-Fiction world and bringing you some of my favorite books about two famous American Heroes, Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson! 😍 In addition to my favorites, I will be sharing some books that are on my TBR! 📖
But why these two for my very first book list?
Well, January happens to be the birth month of these amazing Christian men! General Lee was born on January 19th, 1807. Stonewall was born January 21st, 1824. So, it was only fitting to do this post in their honor. 🎈🎁 *Nods at my logic*
Now. Let’s get into the Book List!
Robert E. Lee
You have no idea how many books I own with “Robert E. Lee” as the title! Even though Stonewall is my favorite of the two, I have far more books about General Lee. Here are my favorites…
Recollections and Letters of Robert E. Lee by Robert E. Lee Jr. (More here!)
Oh, people, read this book!!!!!! It is my very favorite book about Robert E. Lee and I reference it for my books. Who better to write about this great man than his son? Rob does an excellent job chronicling his father’s life, from his very first memory of the general, to Robert E. Lee’s last days. The honor he bestows on his father and his attention to detail is amazing! And I must admit, I really fell in love with his writing style. It felt as if I were right there, riding through the war with Robert E. Lee. And the chapter where Rob takes a break from his father’s story to tell about himself, and the capture of his older brother…no words. It was so good!
Robert E. Lee by Noah Andre Trudeau
This is the first biography, and probably the first history book outside of textbooks, that I ever read and it is amazing! Such an up close and personal look at Gen. Lee and a little of his family as well. Not just the Civil War History of him either; this book goes back before that.
Boy of Old Virginia: Robert E. Lee by Hellen A. Monsell
This is a book written for school Children years ago. I dug up this copy at Goodwill and almost didn’t buy it! Then, my dad found it and brought it back to my attention. I took that as my cue that I needed to buy this book and I’m so glad I did! It’s a nice look at Lee’s childhood and what it was like growing up in the Lee household. It doesn’t touch on his war record, which was a unique twist. Highly recommend it. My younger brother loved it!
Robert E. Lee by Lee Roddy
This is a middle-grade book, but again, a lovely overview of the life of Robert E. Lee. Highly recommend it for an easy read, if you aren’t super into biographies. Great for Homeschool curriculum too!
These are not all of my books on Robert E. Lee, but you get the idea 😉 I can actually think of two more right of the top of my head!
Oh, my favorite Hero ever! I am working on building my Stonewall library, but for now, here are the books I’ve read…
Beloved Bride by Bill Potter (Read my review here!)
This book is amazing! I think every young person should read it, male and female! Married couples, history buffs, people waiting for the right one, just go read it! Fun Fact: I used this book as research for The Rivers of Sorrow! Read Beloved Bride, and you will know which story I pulled for my book!
Stonewall Jackson by Charles Ludwig
This is another middle-grade book and the best biography I’ve read on Stonewall thus far! It’s the only one I’ve read…anywho, this book is so good! Like Robert E. Lee by Lee Roddy, it’s perfect for Homeschool and is an amazing introduction to Stonewall Jackson
Robert E. Lee & Stonewall Jackson
Christ in the Camp by J. William Jones
J. William Jones was Robert E. Lee’s personal chaplain. A Baptist preacher, Jones chronicled the revivals through the war that broke out in the Confederate camps. While it mainly focuses on Gen. Lee, Jackson appears more than once in this history! I highly recommend it for High School students, history buffs and Civil War enthusiasts!
Warriors of Honor by New Liberty Videos
This is a documentary that chronicles the Christian faith of Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee. If you love these generals, your collection is not complete without this DVD! I saw it several years ago at a Night Watch Service (only half though!) and I purchased my copy at Ft. Macon on Confederate Memorial Day. (Yes, that is a real holiday! May 10th, mark your calendar.)
My American Heroes TBR (To Be Read) List
Life and Campaigns of Lieutenant General Thomas J. Stonewall Jackson by Robert Lewis Dabney
Dabney was a personal friend of Jackson and a member of his personal staff, the perfect person to write the official biography of one of America’s finest heroes. I got this as a prize for giving a suggestion to a new website. Cannot wait to read this!
Rebel Yell by S.C. Gwynne
Civil War enthusiasts will be shocked that I haven’t read this book yet 😉 Published in 2014, this is supposed to be THE book about Stonewall, so I cannot wait to dive in! I received this as a gift from one of my readers who didn’t need their copy anymore! Thank you so much!
Stonewall: A Novel by John J. Dwyer
This is a borrowed book from my grandpa and I have been wanting to read this book for so long! I’m not sure how I’ll like it since it’s a novel about a historical figure and I don’t like it when people take too much liberty with historical figures…hopefully, it’s just recreating conversations or something.
Robert E. Lee: A Novel by John J. Dwyer
Like Stonewall, this is another borrowed book form grandpa. Again, not sure how I’ll end up enjoying this one, but I do highly anticipate it!
The Shaara Civil War Trilogy by Jeff and Michael Shaara
This includes Gods and Generals, Killer Angels and The Last Full Measure. I’ve been meaning to read this books for a long time, but it wasn’t until this year that I picked up Gods and Generals. I have no idea what the title has to do with anything, to be honest. But, aside from some words I’ve had to mark out, the book is very interesting and lines up with what I’ve read about these famous figures, or makes me want to research these people more (looking at you, Gen. Hancock!). I really hope I enjoy these. G&G is deeper, so I read it in spurts. Someday, hopefully, it will end up in a wrap-up!
So, that’s all I have for you today! Hope you enjoyed my very first book list! Something to think about: What are your favorite historical (fiction or non-fiction) books? List them and share them with a friend! There are never enough book recommendations!
Until Next Time,
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Wow. This is New Year’s Eve. The last post I will ever write in 2018. 😨 Can you believe it? So much has changed! This year has been wildly amazing and Next Year promises to be just as amazing.💚
On the Blog in 2018, I:
// Wrote at least 1 post every month! (That’s a feat! I missed 4 months in 2017!)
// I wrote 67 posts this year! Here’s the break-down:
January 6 February 1 March 1 April 2
May 7 June 6 July 7 August 5
September 9 October 6 November 9 December 15
That means I’ve written 104 posts in three years. WOW! ☺
// Published my third book in my Battle for Heritage Series! 📘
// Started a subscription to my blog!
// Participated in 4 book releases! (Counting my own 😉)
// Started doing blog tags!
// And participated in blog events!
I started a writing series and finished it. I asked for feedback from my subscribers and got a response! It’s been an amazing journey and I treasure each of you for joining me!
And now, let’s get into our monthly Wrap-Up!
We had a more relaxed month, as it is harder to get meetings in December, but we were able to visit several of our supporting churches and give them updates on our ministry! ⛪ Plus, we were able to put on a Christmas play for the church I grew up in. We did Christmas on the Air by Majesty Music and we had so much fun! I was Joanne/Sheep, lol! 🐑 Loved my part 😉
This month was kinda crazy! We had the Country Christmas Train event, where I give tours of a Civil War Plantation House, give out FBN information, and sell my books! 🚆🚂 📚 It’s so awesome getting to meet people and tell them about my stories! Of course, we celebrated Christmas and got to gather with both sides of the family! 🎄❄My sisters came down and we all had a blast! The last of them are leaving today ☹
I am still working on A Song of Home, but I am very pleased with how much it has changed this year! It’s actually turning into a story! I am getting somewhere!🖋💻
Well, as can be expected, most of these books are Christmas books. 😉 Lets see how many I actually read this month…
1.Unto Him by Rebekah Morris 5 Stars
This was an adorable story written from a little boy’s perspective. It teaches about the spirit of Giving and how when we give to the least of these, it’s just as if you have giving to God. The only thing I wasn’t too crazy over was the fact that this family said they were having Christmas since they couldn’t afford gifts. The main family didn’t present that, but I do think there should have been a more clarification that Christmas isn’t about the gifts.
2. Red Boots by Kate Willis 4 Stars
This one was so cute! I really enjoyed it, but I do think it needed to be a little longer. Again, it focused on the spirit of giving, which was a nice theme! And who doesn’t like red boots?
3.Christmas Delays by Rebekah Morris 5 Stars
You can read my full review here, but this book is just so sweet! Read it, even if Christmas is over!
4.Strange but True Civil War Stories by Nancy Clayton 3 Stars
Okay, so I gave this one 3 stars because I would have marked a couple of stories if it were my book, but otherwise, it would have gotten a 5 star review! I loved this book so much! Aside from the three stories (I’m pretty sure it was just three…) I think this book would be a great read aloud for children of all ages. It tells stories from both sides of the war and steers away from why the war was fault, making it easy to enjoy all the stories no matter who you agreed with! If you want to read it but want to know about the questionable content first, please contact us and we will be glad to inform you 😊
5.Christmas Quilts by Rebekah Morris 4 Stars
This book was adorable! I loved it so much! It really had a nice cozy Christmas feel and had a sweet plot line (loved the brother/sister relationship!) The only thing that kept this from being a 5 star review was a reference to stockings and someone saying “Ho Ho Ho.” Nothing personal if that doesn’t bother you, it’s just something I don’t prefer, lol! And I loved how she intertwined a little know Christmas song through the story! So good!
6.His Law is Love by Rebekah Morris 4 Stars
Another good one! And I promise, I didn’t just read Ms. Morris this month! I just happened to have a lot of her books on my TBR, lol! This book gently dealt with prejudice against Indians in the old west. Having some Indian in my blood, it hit home for me. We are all made in the image of God and the color of your skin doesn’t change that. That is the message of this story. And the 26 Rangers! AHHHHHHHHH! I’ve got to read more about these guys!
7.The Land of Cotton by…Me!
No, I will not rate my own book, lol! But yes, I finally got through the reread. Why is it so hard to read your own writing! I keep questioning why I wrote this or why I decided to go that direction with the story, lol! Please tell me I’m not the writer who feels this way…
8. Left to Die by Ivy (Hailey) Rose 4 Stars
This book y'all. My heart was so sad and happy and oh! I was in an emotional turmoil! This book so vividly shows the orphan situation in China and it's so heartbreaking! The two reasons this book lost a star was because the scriptures were not King James and there was some mild romance. It was a little more than I prefer, but not the worst I have accidentally run up against ;)
9. Muslin Mystery (Patchwork Mysteries #3) by Vera Dodge 4 Stars
This is such a charming series so far! While this book had a situation that was a little intense for me, it was beautifully written and ended so wonderfully! I didn't like a few comments that seemed to say it wasn't our business to correct people on their spiritual view. While I don't think the best way to win someone is through debate, I do think it is our responsibility lovingly share the Gospel. Other than that, it was a lovely weaving of mystery and a Grandma who knows how to pray!
10. Nancy Drew Diaries: A Nancy Drew Christmas 3 Stars
This should be sold as a young adult book. There were two words that didn't belong in a children's book and the climax was way too intense. Sorry, it was marketed to the wrong group. I did enjoy a lot of the story and I hope to edit our copy to make it enjoyable for our family, but there was no sense in calling this a children's book.
11. O Come All Ye Faithful by Faith Blum 3 Stars
I enjoyed this collection of short stories, though one of them didn't quite make sense to me. I probably just read it too fast. My Favorite story was the first one, about the Christmas Truce in WWI. I like parts of the second story, but the talk about the boyfriend and the use of a different version of the Bible turned me off. I enjoyed the Christmas setting of these stories and even though I read it New Year's Eve, it made Christmas last that much longer for me!
There were three other books I read, but they weren’t my cup of tea, so, I really don’t want to mention them here. This doesn’t mean they were bad books, they just weren’t my thing. There was only one I didn’t like because of content, the other two were just hard to follow.
There was one other book that I read that I'm really not sure about yet...I feel like I need to read a little more by this author before I make a verdict on her series. There are elements I do like, but there are a few things I question.
Let’s take a look at December’s goals and see how I did…
1. Get to November with my A Song of Home Revisions YES! I’m in December!
2. Post a blog every week (Plus participate in something super fun...more on that Dec. 14th!) Check!
3. Read at least 5 books! (The Land of Cotton being one of them!) Check!
4. Make Peppermint/Chocolate cookies with my younger siblings. (These are so good, y'all!) Check, although the younger ones opted to watch, lol!
5. Finish gift wrapping. Check!
6. Read some Christmas stories to my siblings (And myself!) Unfortunately, I didn’t get to read them a Christmas story (we did read another book!) but they loved the 12 Days of Christmas in North Carolina book I gave them! And I did get to read several stories to myself, usually before everyone got up or after everyone went to bed. Our life is crazy busy y’all!
7. Take time to reflect on the Reason for the Season. No need to get too caught up in the commercialism! In spite of the busyness, I feel like I actually did take the time to reflect and enjoy the season and remove myself from commercialism! So, Check!
8. Do a Christmas craft with the little ones. Well, not a craft, but we opted to play some fun board games, listen to Patch the Pirate and just hang out, which was nice!
January…the new year! Here are my goals to start off 2019…
And here are your writing prompts of the month!
One last thing. I want to make sure everyone understands that even though I post articles from time to time about the War Between the States, from Southern perspective, I am by no means trying to make people uncomfortable, divide and conquer, or trying to force you to believe the way I do on the subject. (If you would like more information on why I support the South, you can see this post.) It has never been my intent to hurt anyones feelings and if I have, I am so sorry! I have many friends in both the North and South, and I actually have quite a large readership in the North! It is not my desire to make anyone uncomfortable, but rather proud of the Heritage God has given them! Thank you so much, subscriber, for bringing this to my attention! Please know that any posts on the subject in the future are based on my personal research and are not meant to hurt anyone. I, likewise, will try to be more careful in the way I present my information henceforth!
That pretty much wraps up this post…my last post of 2018…*sobs*
See you on the other side of 2019!
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And it’s day Seven of the 12DOC! Hard to believe it’s only 5 days until Christmas! We’re in the home stretch!
*And it’s day Seven of the 12DOC! Hard to believe it’s only 5 days until Christmas! We’re in the home stretch!
Today’s post is a bonus! You read the title right! I’m giving away five books! As you all know, last year I published my very first Christmas Novella, Coffee Shop Christmas. Five people will be the recipient of a pdf copy of this book, a little Christmas present 😉 How do you get a copy? Well…
The first five subscribers to contact me get a copy! This only lasts through today, so feel free to share with friends about this giveaway. And no sharing your pdf copy please. *UPDATE! All five of the books are gone! Thank you to everyone who contacted me! You all made my day!*
And now for a book review: Wind Chimes by Victoria Minks!
The Wind Chimes, and Other Christmas Stories: A Collection of Short Stories
Christmas is a day of forgiveness, love, God, and family, no matter where you live or when you lived. These stories will take you somewhere long ago, and yet much like today.
With a touch of humor and a family-loving gentleness, these stories carry all the hope of Christmas.
Wind Chimes-- Still bitter over a hurtful mistake a year ago, Martin Roebuck meets the despised doctor on Christmas Eve.
The Two Runaways-- Lost while running away from home, Albert Russell is taken in by an old man, who seems to also have past grievances.
On the Fourth Floor-- Though living on the same floor, George Nolan and Christin Rimmers overlook each other-- until a common challenge brings them together the night before Christmas Eve.
The Spinster-- Wanting to avoid Christmas loneliness, Milly Lambert finds herself in the cabin of an old woman who holds a wise secret.
The Broken Man-- Criminal Arch Fisher attempts to take advantage of a kindly old settler in the woods, but things go miserably awry.
Winifred's Adventure-- Elderly couple Amias and Winifred Hambly--eager for an uncommon life--discover a dying mother the day before Christmas.
I’m seeing a pattern here…I’ve mostly been reading Short Story collections when it comes to Christmas books! This was the first Self-Published book I ever read, and since I know Victoria personally, it makes the book so much sweeter! I’ve known Victoria for…hmmm…six years? Something like that. Anyway, most of our friendship has manifested itself over the internet, since she is a MK (Missionary Kid) in Japan. But regardless, her writing is amazing! This collection of short stories is perfect for Christmas and is one of my very favorites! Truly a cozy read!
Genre – Historical Fiction
Historical Accuracy – As far as I can remember, it was 100% accurate. The stories go back and forth between the U.S. and England. Most of the stories don’t pinpoint a specific year.
Content – I won’t make you sit through all my ravings over this book 😉 I love it so much (My favorite story is called “The Spinster”. 2nd is “The Broken Man”, but they are all so good!)
Favorite Scene – Probably the one where a guy in one of the stories is being helped after a bad fall. The boys who help him and the constant chatter/remarks about the situation are just adorable. Also, a character named Mrs. Bascom. *Sigh* I love her so much!
Overall – If you want a lovely collection of Christian Christmas stories that will warm the heart, buy this book!
You can find Victoria’s website here and her Amazon link here.
Don’t forget to enter my giveaway, then hop over to Stories by Firefly for more Christmas fun!
Hello, Merry Christmas and welcome back to Day 4 of the 12 Days of Christmas! Today…I do not have an installment of Stille Nacht…*looks guilty.” Today, I have a book review by a sweet author I’ve known about for a few years now, but am just know getting to know, Miss Rebekah Morris! We swapped books just recently and I am excited to give you my take on the book “Christmas Delays.” Let’s get to it!
Christmas Delays and other short storiesThree Christmas Stories from WWII
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.
Very mild weather might not feel like Christmas, but young, orphaned Peter and his older sister find the peace and love of the season with the Hampton family in spite of the sadness of war.
I’ll be Home for Christmas
Grandpa recounts the memories of his first Christmas away from home during WWII.
Such a warm, cozy read! There were three stories, each with a World War Two backdrop, which I loved so much! My favorite was Home for Christmas. *Tears* It was so sweet!
Historical Accuracy- There wasn’t a whole lot of historic detail, as far as war news and the like, but the setting was spot on and the whole story gave off a distinctly WWII atmosphere that I really enjoyed! So, yeah, I’d say it was accurate.
Content- Very clean! There was like two references to a young man carrying a girl, but she had gotten hurt and couldn’t walk. You figure out there is a possibility of a future relationship, but nothing too detailed or offensive about it. Really appreciated that! There is a reference to a few deaths (not detailed), a soldier being wounded (again, not detailed as far as violent or bloody. Just matter of fact, he got hurt), and a baby being born (no details).
Favorite Scene-I can’t say, because it would be a major spoiler, so I will go with my favorite story in this collection, which is Home for Christmas.
Overall- If you want a light, quick, cozy Christmas read, grab a copy of Christmas Delays!
Rebekah was kind enough to share a “Story behind the Story” with me about Peter’s Christmas! Here it is in her words...
I was sewing the binding on a large quilt I had just finished (it wasn’t even Thanksgiving yet), and my sister had the radio playing classical music. A song came on and after listening a moment I said, “Someone is calling Peter.”
My sister looked at me. “Huh?”
“The song. Someone is calling Peter! Who is he and why are they calling him? And who is calling him?” (My sister thought I was crazy.)
I was so intrigued by this that I started writing the story soon afterwards, and “Peter’s Christmas” came into being. Now I just wish I knew what the name of that song was. 🙂
If you hear someone calling "Peter" in the background of a Christmas song, be sure and let Rebekah know! Check out her blog here and purchase Christmas Delays here.
*I received a copy of Christmas Delays from the author in exchange for one of my books and a review. I was not required to give a positive review, but that wasn't hard!*
Don't forget to swing by Stories by Firefly for more Christmas fun! Tune in tomorrow for Part three of Stille Nacht!
Hello everyone! I’m here today with a blog tour for a truly special story collection! And since two of the stories in this collection are World War Two stories, I felt it was the perfect day to post, since today is Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. May we never forget…
Happy release day to Miss Faith Potts! Her brand new book Behold, a Christmas short story collection was one of my three beta-reading projects this year, and oh! I so enjoyed it!
A collection of short stories honoring the birth of the Savior
From two siblings caught up in the harrowing days of World War II to separated foster
children in the US…
From a memorable road trip across the Southeast to the reunion of a war-torn family…
You’ll be swept into the Christmas spirit with the endearing stories tucked inside these
pages. The storylines range from family to romance to the bond of community, with
settings scattered across America and beyond.
Behold the beauty of the Savior’s birth with this gathering of stories that warm the soul
and bless the heart.
Saved by God’s grace, Faith Potts is a teenage writer and homeschool graduate, living
with her family and beloved yellow labs in the North Carolina mountains. When she’s
not weaving stories, consuming large amounts of coffee, reading stacks of books, or
studying American Sign Language, she can be found laughing harder than is healthy,
daydreaming, and—of course—blowing dandelions.
Now, for my review of the book…
Oh, Behold was so sweet and a perfect Christmas read. Now, that being said, I didn’t read one of the stories…she told me ahead of time it had some minor spoilers for another of her stories I haven’t read yet ? So with that in mind…I read three of the four stories and instantly fell in love with the characters.
Home for Christmas
She so needs to make this one into a full length novel! Basicly, it’s about a nurse worrying about her MIA brother in the midst of WWII, a journey home, and the healing that God brings through family and friends. Warning: There is some kissing/handholding towards the end of the story and I think some hugs. Not a whole lot, but just saying.
Told in the first person (a new favorite of mine) this story was short and sweet. It's modern, but I'll admit, I wish there was a little more to this story, as it left me with a lot of questions about these foster kids (a topic near to my heart.) But oh! The end, y'all! It was sooooooo good!
MY FAVORITE IN THIS BOOK! Again, this needs to be a full length novel! I just loved this story so much! I mean, who doesn't enjoy a WWII Homecoming?!? I could read WWII Christmas stories all day long...any recommendations, lol?
So, even though I can't say what I thought of the fourth story, since I didn't read it, these three stories alone make it so worth it! Miss Potts is a very talented writer and I've enjoyed getting to know her over the last few months!
And now, for an interview! *Applauds as Miss Faith Potts takes center stage, setting in the cozy vintage chair I have set out for her across from me*
Ryana Lynn: Good morning, Faith! So, lets talk about this book! What inspired you to write Behold?
Faith: I love Christmas stories, and every year since I started writing, I’ve written at least one Christmas story during the month of December. Compiling them into a collection to share with the ‘world’ was an idea that came to be a few months ago, and it’s hasn’t left my mind since.
RL: Christmas Collections are the best! And I always enjoy your short stories! Which story was the hardest to write?
FP: Oh, wow. Surprisingly, I’d have to say the final story, which is a sequel/spin-off to my novella, Dandelion Dust. I had previously been able to write these characters so easily, but between the time apart (18+ months) and no longer being able to relate to Charity quite as well, it was difficult to find my groove.
RL: That is certainly a very real challenge...One I know all to well. Where did the title for this collection come from?
FP: The title came from several Bible verses, particularly a few in the Christmas story, that speak of “beholding” and being in awe of God, His glory and power, and the beauty of the story of Christ coming to earth to be our Savior.
RL: Don't those verses give you chills? He truly is an amazing God! How long did it take you to write it from idea to now?
FP: Being a collection of short stories, I wrote Behold over quite a lengthy span of time—nearly three years. Each story individually, however, took only a week or two to write.
RL: Impressive! What do you hope people will take away from Behold?
FP: I hope the readers remember to slow down this Christmas. Don’t get so caught up in the craziness—the gift-giving (or getting), the food and celebrations, the lights and displayed trees—that you forget why we celebrate at all. Take the time to slow down and “behold” the Savior.
RL: Wonderful advice and so easy to forget! What better way to slow down than with a good book? Any lessons, spiritual or writing related, that you learned from Behold?
FP: That Faith isn’t as invincible as she likes to think she is? ;) Quite honestly, I got a bit stressed out about the release of this book, when the blog tour dates were rapidly approaching and many things had not yet fallen into place. God showed me, though, to not stress. To let Him have control. They are, after all, His stories anyway.
RL: I think everyone can learn a lesson from that, Faith! We get so stressed so easily these days. It's great when we can learn to just hand it over to God. Any Writing Advice you'd like to share?
FP: Don’t stop. Even when you think your stories don’t have a purpose, or they aren’t any good, or your message is stupid… Don’t feed yourself those lies. Writing is a gift from God, and someone out there needs to hear what you have to say.
RL: Wonderful advice! I don't know how many times those very lies pop into my head and then God sends someone to encourage me in my writing. This can also apply to any form of ministry you do for the Lord! Thank you so much Faith! It's been a blessing to have you here at Life of Heritage Corner!
And now for the giveaway!
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And don't for get to check out Faith's blog for a list of other participating bloggers! (I would have linked them here, but when I copied them over, the links didn't work and...I didn't have time to relink them all. Sorry about that! #stillgettingthehangofthis
Until Next Time,
Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel.
King James Version
Christian. American. Southern. Author.