Little Singing Bird presents a collection of the writings of Joyce Savok, including both prose and poetry. She recalls her life in verse, telling of the loss of her first baby girl and how God saw her through her heartbreak. She writes about her unconditional love of her first Arabian fi ly in Kansas. She writes of her love of farm life, the land, the animals and the freedom of living off the land. When she was a married woman, the view from her home of the snowcapped mountains, the rivers, and the wildlife meant everything to her. In her writings on religious and political subjects, she maintains that this world would be a wonderful place if we could live by principles that the Bible gives us. She considers a wide range of topics in her essays and opinions, from the faith that is vital to her to various current issues facing all of us. Little Singing Bird offers her thoughts on the importance of caring and love in the face of envy and greed and of leaning on Godas love and promise of eternity. In this collection, Savok shares the memories of her life, her thoughts on the world, and her absolute trust in and love for God.After a coggins test, a trailer brought her out for another thousand dollars except feeding her alfalfa pellets, she had never seen before, and ... I rented a new place for her to birth and tied her out front to graze as I picked up glass and wire.
|Title||:||Little Singing Bird|
|Author||:||Joyce E. Savok|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2013-12|