I have had the privilege of getting to know my Survivor Newsletter members. This last week I asked them to send me pictures of their pets because in Book #2, Forbidden Trails of the Montana Trails series, Jareth and Cyan have some integral moments between them concerning pets. Here are the pictures I received –
We’re each capable of so much. Our potential far exceeds our own understanding. I tried explaining this to my children yesterday when they got in trouble for something. I can see their potential – or at least a small piece of it. I don’t think I, as their mother, can even see their true capabilities.
So I wrote this amazing series (Worth of Souls) that I crazily cross genres in while I’m in the middle of it. Yep, big no-no. Book 1 – Cost of Survival – is apocalyptic, meaning the world is falling down around this girl’s ears. She’s seventeen and trying to escape the fallout of World War III with
Well, I have no other reason to fall in love with this bread than it’s delicious (not everyone loves it – probably because it’s not like a real bread per se). But when I realized how easy it is to make and how most of the items can be easily stored in food storage, I
In Into the End Rachel makes Anti-Chili while in the mountains for her kids, Joshua, and Tom. Remember when she thinks she had poorly rationed the honey? It’s because this recipe calls for 3/4 cup of it and she doesn’t ration well. She left that to Andy. This dish can be made with food storage