Friday, November 30, 2018

Thankful Author 2018- Cherry Christensen

I’m thankful for parents who saved old report cards, drawings, stories, and awards from my childhood, so years later I could take a walk down memory lane. One of the treasures I found in the basement recently was a booklet titled My Thankful Book that I wrote in second grade.

All of the things I had stated I was thankful for back then, like parents, grandparents, my house, and friends, still applies today. Now that I’m an adult, I would add a few more things to my list, such as my husband, good health, and being safe and warm. Indeed, the Lord’s blessings have been bountiful! I’m praying this season is one of the best for you and that you experience a greater measure of God’s presence.

“In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.”

1 Thessalonians 5:18 KJV.

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Secret Angel Blurb:

Doctoral student Hannah Wagganer entertains dreams of teaching at a large university and leaving her hometown of Glen Arbor behind. That is until Jasper Morgan, the new mail carrier, arrives in town. Not only does he set Hannah’s heart a flutter, but he has an instant bond with her cat, Jingles.
Preparing for the church candlelight Christmas Eve service and running the family store, Hannah continues to bump into Jasper—and the prying eyes of the locals who suspect there’s more going on than business as usual.
Blessings and suspicions abound when an anonymous donor pays to have the church furnace repaired, and other locals suddenly find solutions to their problems. Is it coincidental, or the work of a secret angel?

Secret Valentine Blurb

Professor Hannah Wagganer spends her days teaching and her nights dating Glen Arbor’s new mail carrier, Jasper Morgan. Not only does he spark Hannah’s heart, but he has become best friends with her cat, Jingles.
As Hannah prepares for the church Valentine’s Day potluck and makes cards for local veterans, her relationship with Jasper takes a detour when a snowstorm hits town and she seeks refuge at his cottage. While there, Jasper is a warm and gracious host, but at the same time, he's turned as cold as the February wind. Doubt creeps in, leaving Hannah worrying that she’ll end up spending another holiday alone.
Once again, blessings and suspicions abound when an anonymous donor pays to have the church pipes repaired and other locals suddenly find solutions to their problems. Is it coincidental or the work of a secret valentine?

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  1. Wonderful memories. You were were so lucky your parents saved your old schoolwork. Thank you for sharing.

  2. As much as I hated sorting through boxes and boxes of papers when my mom moved, I loved reading some of the things I wrote when I was young. It gave me a glimpse of where I came from! Thanks for sharing.

  3. What a wonderful discovery. Enjoyed your post. Thanks for sharing!