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16. Thaw, page 241, August 29

“Of course,” Ina murmured, and stood but made no move to relinquish Rose from her arms.

“If you would like to take the little one with you, be my guest.” Seth’s grin turned into a leer. 357 more words

Serial Fiction

Orphan Train

“From 1854 to 1929 an estimated 250,000 orphaned, abandoned, and homeless children were placed throughout the United States and Canada during the Orphan Train Movement” -National Orphan Train Complex  432 more words

Book Review

Erwin, Eliot, and Emerson; the author kitties

These adorable, sweet little guys were found in the garbage with their three siblings the Friday of the August long weekend. The worst timing as everything closes up. 188 more words


16. Thaw, page 240, August 28

Josie raised a brow at the spate of words from such a quiet woman. “Do tell,” she breathed, unaware she’d spoken aloud until the other woman responded proudly. 355 more words

Serial Fiction

Maybe Orphanages Aren't So Bad After All, Study Says

Orphanages, as we all know from Charles Dickens, studies of kids from former Eastern Bloc countries and the musical Annie, are bad for children. Except, as a few… 862 more words

Matron, Molo, Kenya

Caring for disadvantaged children at an orphanage.

This is a non-salaried position. The person appointed will need to raise their own support. Accommodation will be provided. 55 more words

Long Term

George Muller: The Guardian of Bristol's Orphans by Janet and Geoff Benge

This simply written book tells of George Muller’s coming to faith while in school to become a highly paid Lutheran minister, and then his trust in God to provide for him after being cut off from his families wealth. 107 more words

George Muller