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March is supposed to bring in strong winds and warmer weather. I hope that comes your way very soon. Even in Texas it is still icy and cold!
So this month I thought I’d share with you A Home for Lydia, which opens in May with warming temperatures and a group of guest cottages desperately in need of repair. The special March price is $10. It’s the 2nd book in my Pebble Creeks series, but can be read as a stand-alone story. In order to receive the special price, click here and use the BUY NOW box on the left hand side of the page.
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I enjoy the season leading up to Easter. It’s a special time of year in the life of any Christian. It’s a time when we stop and consider the sacrifice that Christ made on the cross for you and for me.
Usually during Lent I try to think of something to give up – like chocolate or television. This year, I think I’m going to borrow an idea from my friend, Shelley Shepard Gray.
Looking for something to give up for Lent?
Give up resentment and become more forgiving.
Give up hatred and return good for evil.
Give up complaining and be more grateful.
Give up pessimism and become more hopeful.
Give up worry and become more trusting.
Give up anger and become more patient.
Give up pettiness and become more noble.
Give up gloom and become more joyful.
Give up doubt and turn to God.
Not a bad list, which includes many things I could work on. If you’d like more information about Lent, this article is informative. I pray that each of you will have a special Lenten season as we make our way toward the cross.
p.s. – our winner for Kelly Irvin’s book was Melanie Backus. Thank you all for entering! We’ll continue our discussion of BOOKS this Saturday.
Want to give up something for Lent? Let's start with "resentment" … http://t.co/AnZUR1ajJN
— Vannetta Chapman (@VannettaChapman) March 5, 2014