Author Archives: donnainthesouth

About donnainthesouth

I'm a transplant, born up north but raised in the middle, now I'm down here where you don't see too many snowflakes; I'll probably post just about as often (here at least)

A New Voyage of Discovery

My granddaughter, who I normally would not name, but somewhat vital to this post, so better catch it, Eliza – and, yes, this one time I’m going to put her last name as well – Parsons was here and once … Continue reading

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First Line Friday

oops, it’s Saturday, isn’t it; oh, well, I just learned about this late last night Where the wagon trains stopped we built our homes  

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The Moon is in the 7th House

and Jupiter’s aligned with Mars or is it the moon; I don’t remember which it was that was supposed to have happened in March of 2011, just that dad, always one to be interested in such things, decided to go … Continue reading

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Missing my Mom

tacking a different tack, reading a pdf of a blog – didn’t even know you  could do that, would like to learn how, puts all these blog posts, instead of being in reverse chronological order, back into correct order – … Continue reading

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Backstory Saints Rest by Richard Baxter

If you’ve been following, you know we’ve been doing the book Stepping Heavenward -and we left off with them saying they were going to make a new start, so let’s see how that’s gone – and things did seem to … Continue reading

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More of the Saga

Father living on crackers and stewed prunes – maybe they’re at least doing their job. Katy met this dear doc the year she and her mom stayed at her aunt – her mom’s sister – ‘s house while she and … Continue reading

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Some things never change

This is written mainly to my cohorts in a FB group I’m in from latest book reading/following along with the current Christian Classics – Stepping Heavenward by Elizabeth Prentiss, one of those books written in journal form – making me … Continue reading

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