Patricia Lee

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Wife, Mother, Follower of Jesus, Friend, Writer, Gardening enthusiast
Patricia Lee
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Red Balinese Dragon Kite

Celebrate the auspicious year of the dragon with our Purple Balinese Dragon Kite. This gorgeous kite is handcrafted of paper against a lightweight bamboo frame.

Edo Kite

Edo Kite

Giveaway at Shannon Vannatter's website: An Anchor on her Heart by Patricia Lee

Mountain Brook, Writing Quotes, Quotes About Writing

Mountain Brook, Writing Quotes, Quotes About Writing

Giveaway at Shannon Vannatter's website: An Anchor on her Heart by Patricia Lee

To Follow Her Heart

Not all prisons have bars. Charlotte Davis should know—she’s lived in one for years.

A Prayer for Independence Day – If those who signed the original Declaration of Independence in 1776 could see America today, I wonder what they would think of what we have become. Would they be impressed with our technology? Would they find our economy amazing? Would our infrastructure of highways, air traffic, and train travel surprise them? Would they be proud of the nation they helped launch? On this fourth day of July, freedom is a catch word for a lot of causes. Freedom from tyranny...

If those who signed the original Declaration of Independence in 1776 could see America today, I wonder what they would think of what we have become.

Easter Finishes Us – Click on the picture to enlarge the poem, or enjoy it below: With his Father watching, Jesus went to the cross, suffered in agony, gave his life for the lost. In a borrowed tomb they laid him, sealed it with stone, scribes demanded guards posted, don’t leave the corpse alone. Early the next morning, women arrived at dawn, carrying burial spices, nothing could go wrong. But the tomb had been opened, the stone rolled away, an angel awaited, with prophecy for the day…

Easter Finishes Us – Click on the picture to enlarge the poem, or enjoy it below: With his Father watching, Jesus went to the cross, suffered in agony, gave his life for the lost. In a borrowed tomb they laid him, sealed it with stone, scribes demanded guards posted, don’t leave the corpse alone. Early the next morning, women arrived at dawn, carrying burial spices, nothing could go wrong. But the tomb had been opened, the stone rolled away, an angel awaited, with prophecy for the day…

Reading Well in 2016 – Discovering new authors is one thing in which I delight, so when my writing colleague and four-time author, Karen Barnett, suggested Elizabeth Camden, I ordered her newest tale, The Lady of Bolton Hill. Set in Baltimore in the late 1800’s, journalist Clara Endicott, a champion of the poorest children in England, has escaped a prison sentence and returned to her native America. Once home, she is thrust back into high society writing for her father’s publications and...

Discovering new authors is one thing in which I delight, so when my writing colleague and four-time author, Karen Barnett, suggested Elizabeth Camden, I.