Sherpa the Farm cat is showing his Montana side this Halloween. He is sporting a cowboy hat.
What do you think? I am not sure he was happy about wearing it but I think he looks adorable. It was a project to get these photos. I think if the light had been better the photos would have been better.
Publication Date: April 7, 2014
Formats: eBook, Paperback; 448p
Genre: Historical Adventure/Thriller
In 1688, torn by rebellions, England lives under the threat of a Dutch invasion. Redheaded Calumny Spinks is the lowliest man in an Essex backwater: half-French and still unapprenticed at seventeen, yet he dreams of wealth and title.
I’m sure you have realized by now I am all over the new trend on the internet of designer thrifting with a charitable side. I cannot tell you how wonderful I think this concept is! For one thing so many of us have clothes that are just taking up space in our closets and yet we still look to buy more. I know I have pieces I have not worn in years that are in pristine condition. I also won’t be wearing them again any time soon as they are not my size so why not put them back out into the universe for someone else to enjoy? And why not do it in a way that will benefit a charity that resonates with me.
The time of gift giving is upon us and I’m sure that many of you have several tough to buy for people on your list. I know I do! Often times a recipient just has everything but you still want to remember them at the holiday but what can you give them that isn’t another knick knack? Why not give them the gift of giving? The World Vision Gift Catalog has a wide variety of wonderful gifts you can give in your recipient’s name that will help people around the world. Of course my favorite is the Give a Goat. Did you know that the goat is the most commonly found dairy animal in the world? They are easy to manage and with the milk you can make cheese and yogurt.
It’s midwinter in 1539, and former nun, Catherine Havens Overton, has just given birth to her second child, a daughter. The convent in which she was raised is now part of her husband’s lands, lands that once belonged to Catherine’s family. With a son, Robert, and her new daughter, Veronica, her life as the mistress of a great household should be complete.