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If you'd like some light summer reading, the following Debbie Macomber novels are just the thing.
The Blossom Street series.

  •  The Shop on Blossom Street - The yarn store in Seattle is owned by Lydia who teaches knitting to beginners. The first class "How to Make a Baby Blanket" (directions included) is taught to three women: Jacqueline wants to knit something for her grandchild hoping for reconciliation with her daughter-in-law. Carol's blanket is a message of hope for her final attempt to conceive. Alix knits her blanket as a court-ordered community project.
  •  A Good Yarn, donated by Marlene Roberts - Four women find comfort as they knit socks (directions included). Lydia is happily falling in love until Brad's ex-wife reappears. Divorcee Elise has lost her life savings and is living with her daughter who wants to meet her father. Bethanne's husband left her for another woman. And, Courtney is a depressed and overweight teen whose grandmother drags her to senior's swim sessions and knitting class.
  •  Susannah's Garden, donated by Marlene Roberts - Fifty year old Susannah returns to her recently widowed mother's home in Washington to help her cope with living alone. After returning to the house, the garden and her girlhood friends, she regrets the choices she made and the path she had taken.
  • Twenty Wishes - Thirty-eight year old Anne Marie is childless and a recent widow. She owns a busy bookstore on Blossom Street but still feels empty. A group of widows begin a list of twenty wishes of things they had always wanted to do but never did. Her list includes learning to knit, falling in love again, and doing good for someone. An important relationship begins when, while volunteering at a school, she meets an eight year old girl who helps her complete her list of twenty wishes.
  • Summer on Blossom Street - Lydia offers a new class in her knitting shop called Knit to Quit for those wanting to quit something and start a new phase in life. Phoebe is trying to get over a man. Alix and her husband want a baby, so she's trying to stop smoking. Bryan needs help with the stress of running his family's business. And Lydia and her husband have a defiant twelve-year old foster child.
  •  Hannah's List- On the anniversary of the death of his wife, Dr. Everett receives a letter Hannah had written him. She doesn't want him to be alone the rest of his life and has listed three women she wants him to consider: her cousin, a chef who owns a cafe' on Blossom Street, her oncology nurse, and a third whose name is not familiar. He spends time with each finding he's a man who needs the completeness only love can offer.

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October 15 - 19th Sunday after Pentecost
Isaiah 25:1-9
Psalm 23
Philippians 4:1-9
Matthew 22:1-14


October 22 - 20th Sunday after Pentecost
Isaiah 45:1-7
Psalm 96:1-9
1 Thessalonians 1:1-10
Matthew 22:15-22


October 29 - Reformation Sunday
Jeremiah 31:31-34
Psalm 46
Romans 3:19-28
John 8:31-36

 

 

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