Pigtails & Penny Loafers

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I was raised on a farm. My early memories were waking up to the smell of bacon and the sound of my mother in the kitchen humming a gospel tune as she made biscuits and gravy and scrambled the eggs. After breakfast, my dad and brothers went to work and I helped mother and then went outside to play. Not once did she ask me, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" She just let me grow up... More

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About Linda Fritch

Linda is an award winning writer and holds five accredited degrees, one of which is in Journalism; and the last being a Doctor of Ministry. She has worked for a daily newspaper and had her articles and stories published in various magazines and periodicals. She has written forty study courses for the college in South Africa; four other colleges throughout Africa also use these courses. She is currently a professor at the School of the Spirit in Shawnee, Oklahoma and is also working with her son David Fritch as a facilitator for Burn 24-7 Field Training.

Linda is married to Ron Fritch and together they have pioneered two churches, evangelized fulltime, taught at two Bible Colleges and were missionaries to South Africa for seventeen years where they established a four-year, degree-granting Theological College.

Linda considers her greatest accomplishments to be a marriage lasting fifty years, three children, Michelle Pace, David and Chris Fritch all serving the Lord in ministry and music. And she greatly enjoys her grandchildren, Gabrielle and Moriah Pace, who also sing and play piano and guitar and twin grandsons; Isaiah and Josiah Fritch, just over three-years-old with the rhythm already in their soul; and two new granddaughters were welcomed in 2015, Mae Elizabeth and Hosanna Ruth.

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Review by: Marquetta Killgore on Jan. 12, 2015 :
Linda, I love your book. I read the first 3 chapters to my husband, grandkids and sister. We all loved it, laughed and had fun. My husband used to drill water wells years ago and is just sure that he is the driller that winked at you and stole your heart. I was raised on a farm myself and you brought up some treasured memories for me as well.
I am hoping for a sequel with the possible title of: "Wedding Gown to Mission Field".
Loved it, great job. Thanks for sharing with all of us.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
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