Beside Still Waters by Tricia Goyer

I’ve been a big fan of Tricia Goyer’s blog work and have been wanting to read one of her novels. I think I’ll start with this one.

Have you ever pretended you were someone else? I used to have a pretend self that was Amish. I’m not sure why. I also used to pretend I was African American with beautiful brown skin and soft fluffy hair. And of course I pretended I was a cowgirl and an Indian…er…Native American. In my mind, I looked much better in deerskin clothes and braids. I often pretended I was something else other than what I was was, always more exotic, and much much better than a chubby German Polish Norwegian girl with bad hair and hairy legs. I still sometimes pretend I am someone else. It’s usually to gain some superpower I know they have. Like, sometimes, I pretend I am Tricia Goyer, when I need to get a lot done. 

I’m looking forward to visiting my Amish “roots” again.

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About Robin Arnold

Reader, writer, gardener, geek, maker of homes in several states, now settled in Virginia with husband Bob, and Hazel and Wilson the tabby cats.
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