Sonya and Bob had a quiet companionship. Early each weekday morning they would go down to the river where Bob would catch the fish and Sonya would put them quietly into the basket. Enough for their own needs and some to sell. They worked well together. Theirs was the perfect partnership. And they lived happily ever after.
Happy Sunday, Marie, Todd and Mitzie. Honoring St. Kateri Tekawitha today, July 14. My home state Native American. Have visited Auriesville, NY many times when spending summers with my aunt and uncle. This is a good read, as she was close to Canada as well. The St. Regis Reservation is just a skip-and-a-hop from my hometown. Enjoy...https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-kateri-tekakwitha/
I really enjoyed reading about her. I have Native American blood myself, but had no knowledge of St Kateri Tekawitha! Thank you so much for sharing! I Hope everyone will take the opportunity to read about this special woman! xoxo
Hi Marie~I have had the hardest time posting a comment...anywhere on blogger!! Hopefully it will work this time :0) This picture is so simple and beautiful. I'm pretty sure that there would be a wonderful story behind the fishing! Hoping to be able to catch up this week, last week was a beast!!Much love to you!!Hugs,Barb
I am sure there would be also Barb. Sorry you have had a beast of a week. Hoping this week is kinder to you! Love and hugs, xoxo
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