Monthly Archives: December 2014

Printable Vintage Story for New Year’s Day

Click on the picture to enlarge. If you think this print is too hard for you or your child to read, scroll down for a single page version. Set your printer settings to landscape, and this should print two booklets to a page. ┬áCut out the two full pages. ┬áThen fold them in half horizontally, […]

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Aren’t Fairy Tales Pagan?

How can you, a Christian, sanction the use of Fairy Tales? Aren’t you worried that your children will be attracted to the demonic, since fairies are just prettied up fallen demons? TL:DR answer: Because. Nope. Longer- Other variations trace the origin of the fairies of the fairy tale world back to pagan religions, and then […]

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Free Kindle Books, Some Favourites FromYesteryear

A Pasteboard Crown A Story of the New York Stage It’s charmingly written, this story of a diminished upper class family whose delightful daughters seek to revive the family fortunes by turning to the stage in New York in the mid 19th century. Another story to do with the stage, but in an older era […]

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Selling Our Moby Van

Our family has grown up and we are downsizing to a mini-van. Because of the Little Boys we cannot downsize to something smaller yet. GM 3500 Chevy Express 12 Passenger Van, 172,000 miles Serious seekers only, please. Updated: $6499.00 I just copied and pasted this from my husband’s posting, and inadvertently left the price out.

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A Special Shower for a Bride With Crafting Friends

A New Kind of Shower By Mrs James G Williams AN AUNT of the bride to be wished to entertain the twelve girl friends of her niece but was very much opposed to the modern idea of showers, so she purchased a beautiful set of table linen, stamped table cloth and napkins with the monogram […]

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