Whew! What a weekend! I should think twice about posting devotionals as I find I'm being tested in the wake of them:) I hope you're experiencing amazing grace for any bumps you're encountering. HIS grace really is sufficient... I'm so glad it's Monday. My messy house is quiet, the boys are in school, the sun is shining, and it's a good writing day.
Speaking of Amazing Grace, I watched the movie again recently and it was just as moving as the first time. When I think of a perfect 18th-century character, Romola Garai comes to mind. She is so beautiful, and the hats and dresses she wears in the film are simply amazing! Not to mention that lush red wig with all those curls:) My current heroine in The Ballantyne Legacy has the same look...
I'm thinking Romola is in need of a modesty piece for that gown she's wearing. And I've just the one:) Here's a fichu trimmed in lace and an organdy cap below that I have, compliments of Mary over at her beautiful blog/website. The cap was usually worn beneath a hat in the 18th-century and is very pretty that way.
I've just learned that a book trailer might be in the works for The Colonel's Lady. And The Frontiersman's Daughter is going into another printing, always good news for an author:)
Is your day a busy one? Any bumps? Hoping His Amazing Grace is yours this week!
Fear not for the future, weep not for the past. ~ Shelley
Our real blessings often appear to us in the shape of pains, losses, and disappointments; but let us have patience, and we soon shall see them in their proper figures. ~Joseph Addison