Shadow of His Hand

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chillin'inandover
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Shadow of His Hand

Post by chillin'inandover » Wed Feb 03, 2016 3:16 pm

How do I read this book through the tears? The only question I am having my son answer is, "What is something this book has made you thankful for in your own life?"
My Mother in Law, a Lithuania, lived in a refuge camp in Germany during WW2. She was sponsored by a Lutheran Church family in Minnesota since her family was one of the few Lutherans from Catholic dominated Lithuania. So amazing to see how she was in the Shadow of His Hand. Thank you Carrie for the wonderful storytime selections. They have brought up some excellent conversations with my introverted son with his living grandparents from Norway and Lithuania.
Tammy
Wife of 30 years
Mom to 4
DD 28 Technical Manager FA, Playwright, Producer, Lighting Designer
DD 26 Master in TESL, ELL teacher 3rd grade
DD 18 AAS welding
DD 14 , WG, US1 Chemistry, US2 Speech
Home Educator since 2000 HOD LHTH-US2

chillin'inandover
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Joined: Thu Jul 25, 2013 9:05 am

Re: Shadow of His Hand

Post by chillin'inandover » Mon Sep 26, 2016 6:46 am

As a follow up to this post. My Mother in Law, kiddos Grandma, passed away August 22. Having this book was timely. She will no longer be able to share more memories. But what she did share was memorable. Thank you HOD for the opportunity this book opened up.
Tammy
Wife of 30 years
Mom to 4
DD 28 Technical Manager FA, Playwright, Producer, Lighting Designer
DD 26 Master in TESL, ELL teacher 3rd grade
DD 18 AAS welding
DD 14 , WG, US1 Chemistry, US2 Speech
Home Educator since 2000 HOD LHTH-US2

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