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Her husband murdered and her much-anticipated baby stillborn, there is nothing left for her in Ladreville. With their friends and family desperately searching for them, Penny and John must make a daring escape. They must bring a powerful, ruthless man to justice, even as this city man and country woman fight a very inconvenient attraction to each other. Sir Grayson Wentworth spent his years at Cambridge dreaming of the Cornwall coast and wishing he could return to the happy days of his youth. Can he keep his vow to find a wife and win her heart?
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When Christmas is hard. My real reason for popping in here briefly was to direct you over to Today's Christian Woman , where they have some fantastic content on "The Mommy Wars. Jones about being childless. I've written a piece entitled, "When our Deepest Desires Collide," which I'll just briefly excerpt here.
I am a wife and mother, even now a writer—making the "rhetorical" questions of the Mommy Wars anything but rhetorical. They are not benign curiosities at which I play like a fascinated cat with her ball of string. The answers matter. What is my calling as a woman? Or better said, what does God require of me?
The answers to these questions, theological in nature, beg to give meaningful shape to who I am and what I do. They are value-driven, even "teleological," if I may borrow an idea from James K. They mean to tell me what makes my life good. Is it children? A complicated choreography of both? I've spent the past 12 years of motherhood caught in the questions—and tangled by my desires.
I have wanted to be a godly wife and mother. I have believed these to be God-valued callings. I have also wanted to write, a discipline begging something quieter than the spin cycle of home. The desires war. And I feel splintered.
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The essay isn't free, but it's worth considering how you might begin paying for some of the content you get online - - because it isn't produced for free. It is the easiest of all meals to assemble, and my children will love me. Win, win. Surprise, the sun is shining, and you can buy ground beef at 11 am. These are my newest discoveries, and they are good, serving to remind me of the unordinary beauty of the everyday. I do not have to write a book to feel alive. I can buy ground beef. I will confess: we have a knack around here for buying and promptly misplacing digital cameras. Perhaps I can defend what feels defenseless by saying that at the very least, our children are living into our invitation to create , rather than consume.
I find this a particularly helpful distinction with technology use, especially when children would wish the wasting of their lives in front of a screen. And so we buy digital cameras. And then we lose them. But in between the buying and the losing is the creating, and I hope that makes it worth it — at least a little. The email came last week that Camille would need a digital camera for a project in art on digital photography.
But the buying and the losing had presently left us with only one large and expensive camera, which Ryan uses and Audrey uses for her beautiful blog and a many-years-old iPhone, which takes no manner of spectacular pictures. Camille wanted to take neither to school. So I had emailed Ryan to ask him to buy one. He did not.
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