Joyous Times Day 19: A Fire in the Woods and Which is the Prettier Doll?

Warning: The following story has some outdated terminology and can be viewed as racist. Please note that this is not my opinion or view whatsoever on a certain subject. I only reproduce this story here because I feel censorship in this form is wrong. It is posted here as merely a curiosity, a window into … Continue reading Joyous Times Day 19: A Fire in the Woods and Which is the Prettier Doll?

Joyous Times Day 16 : Recollections of Summer and A Dialogue for George and Frank

This is a nice story reminding us to be happy as the seasons change, for there is something special about every time of year. Recollections of Summer Ellen and Ruth sat on the sofa in the nice warm room where their father kept his books. A fire burnt in the grate; but, out of doors, … Continue reading Joyous Times Day 16 : Recollections of Summer and A Dialogue for George and Frank

Joyous Times Day 15: The Old Year and the New and A Little Girl’s Pets

Here’s a good New Year’s poem that can be made into a card! The Old Year and the New  The north winds blow O’er drifts of snow: Out in the cold who goes from here? “Good-bye, Good-bye!” Loud voices cry. “Good-bye!” returns from the brave Old Year; But, looking back, what word leaves he? “Oh, … Continue reading Joyous Times Day 15: The Old Year and the New and A Little Girl’s Pets

Joyous Times Day 12: The Great Secret and Who is the Thief?

This story is special. It’s not only special because it is sweet, and about the innocence of good children, or that a tiny kindness can do so much. It’s not just special because it is seasonal, (it takes place during Christmas) although I LOVE old children’s stories about Christmas. It’s special because I didn’t have … Continue reading Joyous Times Day 12: The Great Secret and Who is the Thief?