Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Wonderful book written by my friend, Yvonne Blake!







Yvonne will be giving away a free copy of A Home for Phoebe at the end of the month, drawing a name from those whose comment on the blogs or on her author page on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/YvonneBeverlyBlake


Following is a mini picture of the life of the author who lives in Maine.



A Winter’s Day in Maine with Yvonne Blake



6 AM – Morning coffee with my husband before he goes to work.

7 AM – Bible reading and emailing out a Morning Hymn

8 AM – Writing, researching, blogging, emailing, face-booking, etc.
(put wood in the stove)

9 AM – Quick sweep through the house, clean the kitchen, bathroom, etc.

10 AM – Walk to the mailbox, visit with the neighbors or grandchildren
(put wood in the stove)

12 AM – Lunch with my husband

1 PM – Knitting, reading, word puzzles, or jigsaw puzzles

2 PM – More writing, researching, emailing, face-booking, etc.
(put wood in the stove)

3 PM – Errands, phone calls from children and grandchildren, start supper

4 PM – Afternoon coffee with husband (He can put wood in the stove now.)

5 PM – Suppertime

6 PM – Church meeting or watch television with my husband

7 PM – Post pictures of grandchildren, play a few turns of Scrabble

9 PM – Ready for bed with my flannel sheets

Zeke's peddler wagon is coming down the road! I wonder what he has today. Zeke hops down from his seat, wearing a floppy hat and a gray coat, with sleeves much too short for his arms. His eyes sparkle and his mustache twitches, and he seems as tall as a weather vane on the top of the barn. Removing his hat, he bows low. “Well, good day, folks. What can I help you with ? This here is a regular gen'ral store on wheels! Anything you want or need - I have it. Needles or tubs, buttons or pans - jewelry and fancy perfume, too!" As you walk around the strange wagon, your eyes widen with wonder. There are pans, kettles, tools, and things you never saw before. Through the back door, you can see bolts of cloth, kegs, wash tubs, and hundreds of little boxes. Follow Zeke from blog to blog, and at each spot you'll find something new.




Yvonne Blake


The next blog featuring this book will be that of Joy Bach :


4 comments:

Rita Garcia said...

Love Yvonne's new book! Through the friendship of a peddler, a blind granny, and blacksmith's family, they learn of forgiveness and faith. Thanks, Marijo!

Yvonne Blake said...

Thank you, Marijo. ((hugs))

Marijo (Mary Jo) Phelps said...

Thanks for dropping by, Rita and Yvonne!

Catrina Bradley said...

How comforting to spend a day with Vonnie! And to spend more time with Zeke the Peddler is always a treat. Thanks, Marijo. :)