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The Amish Widows Rescue and Giveaway

Book: The Amish Widow’s Rescue
Author: Rachel J Good
Genre: Amish Romance
Release Date: May 28, 2019

The perfect family awaits…if only he’ll risk his heart.

Pregnant and recently widowed, Grace Fisher is determined to provide for her family on her own. Thankfully, her jam business is popular in her Amish community. But it’s difficult keeping up with her work, her farm chores, and her two mischievous children. Especially now that they’ve taken to idolizing their neighbor Elijah. While the handsome farmer is kind and generous, he seems intent on holding Grace and her little ones at a distance… Elijah Beiler has always admired his neighbor Grace. So standing by while she struggles to support her family isn’t an option. Offering to take over her farm duties, Elijah is determined to help while remaining detached. He knows all too well that love only leads to heartbreak. Yet the more time he spends with Grace and her children, the harder he finds it to leave each day. But can Elijah overcom…
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I finished reading An Amish Reunion by four amazing authors. Before I move forward and let you know my thoughts on this book I must warn you tears may fall, so make sure you have some tissues nearby.

First story in this book is written by Amy Clipston, Their True Home. What a wonderful story this was. It had so many moments when you held your breath and tears fell. The perfect story for this Novella. Thank you Amy Clipston for heart felt story.

The second story was written by Beth Wiesman called A Reunion of Hearts. This story takes place in Lancaster as well and will tug on your heart just a bit. Honestly, I haven't read much from Beth Wiesman and I am so thankful this book had her in it. Her story was just a beautiful as ever and made me a fan of her writing. I will be adding a few more of Beths books to my shelf. Thank you Beth for adding to the wonderful book.

In our next story A Chance to Remember by Kathleen Fuller and her story take place in Ohio. If you haven't been t…
I just finished The Amish Widows Rescue and was once again blown away by the the writing of Rachel Good. She continues to make her stories relatable to the reader.

In The Amish Widow Rescue we get to meet and love some wonderful characters like  Grace Fisher, Elijah, and Graces children who you will just absolutely love. It is when Grace becomes a widow and Elijah steps in as a neighbor to help her out with chores. However, Elijah is judgmental at first and questions the way Grace is raising her children, but in reality it was his own fears and past that was haunting him.

If your looking for a good story that will make you want to turn the pages just a bit faster then I highly recommend  this book. You will be taking a journey with each person in the book and find that love and forgiveness can bring much healing to the soul.

About the Author
Rachel J. Good grew up near Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, the setting for her Amish novels. A former teacher and librarian, she completed her MA …

Gardening by Signs

Did you know in Wanda Brunstetters Amish Friends Harvest Cookbook has many other recipes that isn't necessary related to cooking. It has some amazing tips from gardening to house cleaning. One of the many reasons this is one of my go to cookbooks. It is filled with amazing recipes, pictures and scriptures. This is a must add to your collection of cookbooks or even to give a gift. Which ever you decide, to do it will bring blessings to you and others. 

Tip for gardening by the sings.
This is just a glimpse into what you can expect when you purchase this book. The scripture is perfect for when you plant and to mediate on when you spend time in your garden.  I have heard of many ways to start planting your garden, but this is the first tip I have found to start your planting according to other flowers bloom. 
Sisters of Lancaster County Book 3A Faithful Gathering Leisel Bachmann left her Amish roots and beloved sisters to pursue a career in medicine without a second thought. She has an Englisch boyfriend, Nick Jordan, and dreams of a new life--but those dreams come crashing down when her sister Marie is diagnosed with cancer. Soon nothing is going as she planned--not her state boards, not her first nursing job, and certainly not her relationship with Nick. As she becomes increasingly discouraged, her aunt shares the story of Leisel's grandfather during World War II and the struggle he faced between returning to Lancaster or being with the woman he loved. Peace and a vision for the future are difficult to find, and when Nick leaves Pennsylvania for a completely new life, Leisel is faced with impossible choices. Will she stay in Lancaster, close to her family and the traditions of her past? Or learn from her grandfather's story and embrace a life of love and service in an uncertain…

Escape to Lancaster 2019

Want to meet a few of your favorite authors? Have fun in Amish country? Eat food and just #escape for a few days? Won't you join us for this weekend of just that. Fun, food, Amish country and authors. Don't miss out for a wonderful time in Lancaster, PA

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It all about easy one dish dinners.

Ever just get stumped when it comes to cooking, especially what to make for dinner.  I think of dishes that I can make that isn't only tasty, but what takes only one dish. I just love one dish meals or (casseroles) it makes cooking and clean up easy. 
This week I went to one of my favorite recipe books by one of my favorite authors Wanda Brunstetter, called Amish Cooking Class. If you didn't know, Wanda also has a series of books out called Amish Cooking class, they are a must read and to be added to anyones library.
This hamburger dish was a success and approved by my husband, so now I have another recipe to be added to my must go dishes when I am not sure what to make. Thanks Wanda for sharing these recipes with us and placing them in such a beautiful book with wonderful tips. 

Go, eat your food with gladness, and drink your wine with joyful heart, for God has already approved what you do. Ecclesiastes 9:7 NIV