Creativity in Us–Canadian Writers Who Are Christian

November 11, 2014 at 1:02 pm Leave a comment

On the weekend I spent an enjoyable day with two friends at “Christmas in Paris”—an event we had never attended before.

I’d heard about it and decided it would make a good day trip. Doris and Amanda’s schedules were free and so we set out Saturday morning for Paris (Ontario, that is). Driving country roads instead of main highways, we watched the panorama of trees with coloured leaves, many still on the tree and the ground carpeted with more.

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Stay around a little longer and read the posts of other Canadian Christian authors. You’ll be entertained, enlightened and uplifted.








gourd made into ornament


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