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Beautiful Creations: Crochet from plastic bags

This manual contains items crocheted from plastic shopping bags and garbage bags and instructions including photos.there is also a introductory page to Kindle explaining a link to u-tube to the Video explaining how to cut the bags into strip.

The Aberration Continues. . .

$24.95

This informative and enlightening follow-up to “A Presidential Aberration” documents the continuous slide of America into the blame-game cult of “Trumpism.” The results of his spontaneous and ill-thought decisions are documented throughout these pages, along with history itself. From appointing people with no experience to Cabinet positions hell-bent on destroying their departments, to caging innocent immigrant children; from shutting down the government because of a childish temper tantrum to lying daily to the American people; from alienating allies and world leaders to blatantly profiting from the office of the presidency, Donald Trump has made a mockery of the Republican party, his position as “president” and makes fools of those who continue to believe and support him. Throughout all of this constant, wearying chaos, will Americans ever get tired of being dealt one “Joker” after another? Get your copy here: This informative and enlightening follow-up to “A Presidential Aberration” documents the continuous slide of America into the blame-game cult of “Trumpism.” The results of his spontaneous and ill-thought decisions are documented throughout these pages, along with history itself.

Return to God U.S.A.

Ida Tody holds a diploma in Creative Writing from Stratford Career Institute, Saint Albans, Vermont, as well as a diploma in Psychology/Social Work.

A Plain Brown Wren: A Spiritual Journey of a Survivor of Childhood Sexual Abuse

What does it take to get over an abusive childhood? Can those who have been victimized ever be fully whole again? Yes, says Rev. Hilda Thomasine Wren in her stirring and inspirational memoir, A Plain Brown Wren. Wren was born into a severely dysfunctional family. Beaten and sexually abused as a child, and denied the love and acceptance she so desperately needed. Wren ran away as a teenager. She soon was thrust into a life of prostitution, and began a series of damaging relationships with unavailable, brutal or uncaring men. Yet, at age 25, she began to realize that there was a higher power who might help her. With great courage and strong faith, Wren began to rebuild her life, becoming so successful that she started a foundation, Spiritual Connections, Inc. to help other women and children recover from the terrible tragedy of sexual abuse. This is a heartfelt, heart wrenching, and deeply inspirational book for anyone who has ever suffered abuse or known someone who has. Wren’s memoir proves that it is never too late to succeed and that, where there is faith, there can always be hope.

IT’S NOT OVER: FROM A MESS TO A MESSAGE

$20

This book is for any person who may have struggled with things from their past that they may have not healed from. It’s to let the reader know that no mess is too messed up for God and that He is capable of turning that mess into a message.

Joelle's Cry for Justice: Finding the Positive Side to Grief

Jacqueline Gates' life changed forever one wintry morning in 1987. Her ten-year-old daughter, Joelle Rosebush, had been hit by a car as she crossed the street to come home with her two siblings, Heather and Keith. After a few days, the hospital couldn't do anything else for Joelle, and a helicopter transferred her to a new hospital where she spent six months on a respirator in a pediatric intensive care unit. In this heartfelt account, the author shares the emotions she and her family navigated as Joelle spent eighteen months in a vegetative state and the wrenching decision of taking her off life support after consulting with a medical bioethics committee, a social worker, family priest, and medical staff.

I don't have a Mommy or Daddy Anymore: Dealing with Children who have lost a Parent or Caretaker

Dealing with children who are being raised by people other than their biological parents. Children that have experienced the loss of a parent due to homicide, suicide or manslaughter and also children being raised in foster care. What they go through and react to these traumas in losing a parent. How do you explain what has happened to their parent? Perhaps you are dealing with a child that has been placed in your home and they are coming from a traumatic background. We will be discussing how each age group may react to these situations and what you can do to help them with their loss or their situation of being rejected, unwanted and left without their biological family.

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