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Toronto – September 10, 1943 – Part 2

(Dodging Shells gave you Tommy’s letters from the front. Let’s continue his twin sister Kathy’s third letter in response. Learn more about Toronto during wartime…) …..…Actually, I was thinking about signing up, myself. They make it sound so good. Women … Continue reading

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Toronto – September 10, 1943

(Dodging Shells gave you Tommy’s letters from the front. Here’s another of his twin sister Kathy’s letters in response. More about Toronto during wartime.) September 10, 1943 Dear Tommy, …..I know that you must have gone across into Italy and … Continue reading

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Toronto – August 17, 1943

(Dodging Shells gave you Tommy’s letters from the front. Here’s another of his twin sister Kathy’s letters in response. Feel Toronto during wartime.) August 17, 1943 Tommy! …..What have you done? Right up there in the thick of the fight…like … Continue reading

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Toronto – August 8, 1943

(Dodging Shells gave you Tommy’s letters from the front. But what was life like back in Toronto during wartime? Well, there were no great hardships–but here’s one of his twin sister Kathy’s letters to Tommy. See for yourself…) August 8, … Continue reading

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Do You Love Good Historical Fiction?

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Nobody Likes a Know-It-All

(an outtake from Once More, From the Beginning. This is one of the bits that didn’t make it into the book.) God sent the prophet Isaiah to King Hezekiah with a warning. “Don’t get too complacent, because God intends that … Continue reading

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Solomon Builds Post Office Central for the Lord

(an outtake from Once More, From the Beginning. This is one of the bits that didn’t make it into the book.) The years of peace and commerce during King Solomon’s reign allowed him to complete his most important work. Out … Continue reading

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Shish Kaboob, Anyone?

(an outtake from Once More, From the Beginning. This is one of the bits that didn’t make it into the book.) Abimelech, son of Gideon, followed in his father’s footsteps as a soldier, although God never actually appointed him a … Continue reading

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The Attack of the Giant Barley Cake

(an outtake from Once More, From the Beginning. This is one of the bits that didn’t make it into the book.) When Gideon prepared to face the Midianites in battle, God demanded that he pare down his army to a … Continue reading

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