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Amish Christmas

December 7, 2013 /

All Things Amish – Amish Christmas I have 8 Amish books out at this point – and 8 more contracted to release over the next 3 years. Two of those…

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Quilts of Love

October 26, 2013 /

The Christmas Quilt – and Quilts of Love My newest release, The Christmas Quilt, is a part of the Quilts of Love series. The books in this series began releasing…

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Amish Hymns

August 28, 2013 /

Mid-week Inspiration and Amish Hymns The more I learn about the Amish, the more I find we have in common. When I was in Wisconsin doing research, I came across…

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Amish Weddings

July 20, 2013 /

Weddings in Amish Communities I first visited Cashton, Wisconsin two summers ago. Being from Texas, I was stunned to see so much green! The countryside is truly spectacular. We stayed…

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Cashton Wisconsin

July 13, 2013 /

All Things Amish – Cashton Wisconsin I have a confession to make. I’ve been holding out on you! While I was searching through my storage room (aka, bedroom closet), I…

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Amish Pictures

July 10, 2013 /

Mid-week Inspiration, Amish Pictures Pictures have a way of inspiring me. I love them! Recently I was contacted by a Facebook friend, Don Burke. He and his wife had visited…

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Amish Weddings

July 6, 2013 /

All Things Amish, and Amish Weddings I had so much fun researching for my current release, A Wedding for Julia. If you’ve read the story, you know the opening scene…

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Amish vs Mennonite

April 27, 2013 /

Differences Between Amish and Mennonite While I was signing books at the Brownfield Quilt Show, a Mennonite family walked in. They were very interested in the scrap fabrics and the…

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Healing, the Amish Way

April 20, 2013 /

The Amish Way of Healing What a terrible week for news, what a heartbreaking time for our nation. My husband and I were camping in the Texas panhandle, when we…

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Gardening the Amish Way

April 13, 2013 /

Amish Life and Gardening, part 2 Pick up one of my books, and you’re bound to find a gardening scene. Why? Because every time I’ve been to Amish country, I’ve…

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