Milk and Cookies

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Xulon Press, 2009 - Religion - 200 pages
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This book is filled with short stories about life, love and faith. Taken from the author's life experiences and those of her friends and family, it is a heart-warming look at living from spring to winter. Each story is written with love for the characters and for the Lord Jesus who is the foundation of each thought. These stories are like children. Birthed, nurtured and groomed to be an enjoyment to all they touch. Maggie Mueller grew up in Central Ohio running through the fields of New Albany and attending high school in Westerville. Together with her two sisters, she enjoyed stretching her imagination at an early age. When she married and had her children, her philosophy was never to forget what it was like to be a child; to find the wonder in all of life and creation. It is the determination to make everyone feel important that drives her, and her undying faith in God carries her through the joys and the sadness of life. She began writing as a hobby with a great love of words and is working on several books. Maggie and her husband Dave, have two children, six grandchildren, and two noisy little dogs who give her unending material for her work. The Mueller Clan and extended family live in and around the Columbus, Ohio area.
  

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Contents

Family
15
Happy New Year
21
Y2K
28
Love
35
110
48
Too Many Irons
52
Body Taken From Grave?
61
Lessons Learned
67
Liberty
117
Take The Plunge
127
Ashes
133
Forever
139
Road Trip
145
Feet
152
Wild Ride
159
Tears
165

Mothers Day
75
Music
82
A Tribute To Dad
91
Letting Go
98
Discipline
104
Independence Day
111
Thanksgiving
171
Football
177
AChildlsBorn
185
Go To Sleep
191
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