Monthly Archives: December 2014

Bridges from Ireland to the World: Social Bridge

On Christmas Eve, I started a series of virtual gifts for the women whose blogs I have come to enjoy in the past year.  Visitors to Social Bridge know that Jean loves the Garrarus Beach, and Tramore, and because she … Continue reading

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Gifts for the Women of Words: Hickory Ridge Studio

Today’s salute is for Lana over at Hickory Ridge Studios.  You can read about her abundance of talents (including making jewelry, photography, painting, tractoring, horse riding and barrel racing, baking, inventing recipes, quilting, sewing, crocheting–are you tired yet?  Me, too!) … Continue reading

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Gifts for the Women of Words: Between the Gateposts

I will be doing a series of posts with “gifts” for those women bloggers whose work inspires me, delights me, teaches me, and in so many other ways contributes to not only me, but to the joy and delight, and … Continue reading

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Everyone has left the sanctuary: Inside the Jermyn Methodist Church

Step over to Lottabusha County to read more about going inside the Jermyn Methodist Church.

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Jermyn Carpenter Gothic Methodist Church

The carpenter Gothic Revival style Methodist Church in Jermyn, Texas was the first church in the area, and constructed in 1910.  It remained in use for worship services until at least 1979.  You can read more about the church and … Continue reading

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