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I am really excited today to share a link to a recent tea post from writer, Marian Beaman.
I adore Marian.
Marian and I met through our blogs and she has been a huge encourager (and a kindred spirit). You can find her over at Plain and Fancy Girl, where she shares inciteful posts about life, literature and legacies. Marian recently published her book, Mennonite Daughter, which chronicles her early “plain” years growing up in the Mennonite community in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Her book is filled with stories of farm life, as well as the tension of honouring her family and heritage, while desiring a little something more. Her gentle storytelling keeps you glued to the pages! I highly recommend it!
Marian is poised to release her second book, My Checkered Life: A Marriage Memoir, stitching together memories and wisdom from her early years with her “fancy” man.
Last week, she posted about MennoTea, a Christmas special gift from her sister, in her post entitled Brewing Tea, Recycling Specs, and Feeling Happy! So I invite you to fix your cup of tea and pop over and visit Marian, and if you’ve got time, hang out with her for awhile. (Or sign up to receive her weekly posts!) 😉
Did I mention I adore Marian?
Kindred spirits are not so scarce as I used to think. It’s splendid to find out there are so many of them in the world.Lucy Maud Montgomery
Well, my goodness gracious! What a surprise to find this although you may have warned me. You are a treasure, Jenn. And I value your friendship: different countries, different generation, same spirit.
Lucy Montgomery is right. 😀
Huge thanks! (I think I’ll have a spot of tea and collect my thoughts.)