A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver.
Proverbs 25:11

Friday, June 26, 2009

Because you asked

Because many have inquired
These are the GLH books
I don't have yet:

Because of Stephen
The Chautauqua Idyl
A Little Servant
Pansies for Thoughts
The Parkerstown Delegate
A Personal Influence
Now this is a picture of the "Narrows Bridges"
they connect parts of our beautiful
Puget Sound.
I drive on them to go visit family...
They are beautiful ...
they can be intimidating at first.
You get used to them

11 comments:

Persuaded said...

I'd especially like to read the Chautauqua Idyll... you know, I am from Chautauqua- the very same Chautauqua that GLH refers to in this book, I believe. She has quite a connection to that place, or so I have heard.

Mrs. Rabe said...

Deby,

I knew you had a lot of them but I didn't know you had almost all of them! Wow!

You live in a very beautiful area...the water in that photo is stunning.

Rebecca said...

Beautiful my friend! I love the water and missing having it in Oklahoma!

xoRebecca

Candy-Faith..... from Simply Pretty said...

Thanks for your recent comment :)
Candy

Mimi said...

love GLH and have read many of her books...I have passed them on down to my daughters and granddaughters...so I have very few left...

I love the bridge..however I'm not so sure I would enjoy driving across it...

Sabine said...

Too bad I don't have any of those, either.

Mrs.Vicki said...

I've never been to Washington State, but last week we went to Virginia to take care of our granddaughter :) we drove across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, that was intimidating yours look like fun.

Cathy said...

A pretty picture of the bridge, it would probably scare me.

Abounding Treasures said...

Wow! You sure aren't missing very many ....

The *Narrows Bridges* look lovely ~ how long to get across?

Becky said...

I hope you find all of the books and COMPLETE your collection. That would be SO COOL. I'll keep my eyes out.

I recently found a few vintage Nancy Drew that I love to give and keep around for nostalgia. $1.00 each...love that.

Bridges are a little bit scary, but worth it.

Blessings,

Becky Terry

Myranda said...

I remember the first time I crossed the bridge when we first moved up here. I thought Uncle Jim said it was called the "narrow bridge" and I was picturing this old, rickety wood bridge, about to break at any moment ... that was also extremely narrow and dangerous... Now I like to think of it as a cakewalk!