When last we left Sandra and Em in Sandra Claus… they had been lost in a very dense fog at the end of their deliveries on Christmas Eve. Things were actually a little harrowing for them and making the way through it was going to be a bit of a tense time.
I’m close to my madcap book characters but not as close as I am to my madcap family members and my sister, it turns out actually had a far more frightening and certainly more real, encounter with dense fog. While she was in a very small boat in a very big body of water. Which brings me to the topic of my post today: pride.
As in, “I’m such a proud sister!
My sis, Lora Thomas, has her first printed article in a Guidepost publication called Angels on Earth. Her article is all about how she had to have faith in God when she and my brother-in-law got lost in the inner passage of Canada waters just off Campbell River when a very, very dense fog rolled in quickly and they didn’t know what way to go. One way would take them to shore and the other way would put them smack in the route of huge cruise ships and freighters that barrel through the area. Oh, and they were quickly running out of gas. Of course, I’m not going to share what happens but I can say that it’s a short story, well-written, filled with drama and, thankfully for all of the people who love those two, does have a happy ending.
I hadn’t seen the publication myself before but I grew up with the Guidepost magazine which owns Angels on Earth. It was always full of lovely stories full of tough times and happy endings. Angels on Earth is as well. It’s a feel good for sure and the March/April issue features one of my own! How cool is that? Sincerely, my sis is an angel on earth. I’m proud to share her story and I’m proud to call her mine. Check it out on Amazon, downloadable to your Kindle!
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